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Father of kidnapped teen divorces mother, accusing her of child abuse

Catherine Hilliard, News Editor

June 15, 2017

15-year-old Elizabeth Thomas of Tennessee was found April 20 isolated in a hut in rural California, 2,500 miles away from her home, after being kidnapped by former teacher Tad Cummins, 50, on March 13. Authorities cla...

Joe Biden speaks out against sexual assault

Joe Biden speaks out against sexual assault

June 15, 2017

At George Mason University in Virginia, former Vice President Joe Biden delivered a speech in early Apr...

Donald Trump’s wall faces funding issues

Donald Trump’s wall faces funding issues

June 15, 2017

Of the still widely controversial issue of funding for the wall, President Donald Trump scrambles to push ...

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Spring has sprung, and so has softball season

Payton Steckroat, Staff Writer

May 1, 2017

Spring is finally here, which means warm, sunny weather, longer days, and, of course, softball season. Neshaminy's softball coaches include Ed Miller and Ken Gurysh for junior varsity and Dave Chichilitti and Jimmy Petrino ...

Despite obstacles, track team holds high standards for season

Julia Capaldi, Staff Writer

April 26, 2017

After heavy snowfall in the midst of spring and unpredictable temperatures, Neshaminy spring sports have been struggling to practice. Track coaches have been forced to move their practices indoors in order to keep the se...

Chris Arcidiacono lives up to his name

Chris Arcidiacono lives up to his name

April 26, 2017

On a Friday night in February, a season ended for one team. The Neshaminy boys’ varsity basketball team fell to Penwood in heartbreaking fashion. Losing the lead in the final minutes and letting a cha...

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NBC journalist shares story with students

Krystal Klei works as a meteorologist broadcaster for NBC 10. She grew up in southwest Arizona and received a Bachelors degree in Geography and Brodcast Journalism.

Madison Pickul, Features Editor

June 15, 2017

“You’re going to start small and hopefully try to get bigger. That’s how it goes in journalism,” Krystal Klei said. Klei is meteorologist broadcaster for NBC 10...

MiniTHON raises money for cancer, huge success

June 15, 2017

Pennsbury High School bans promposals

Pennsbury High School bans promposals

June 15, 2017

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The ViewPoint: Charter schools bring benefits, drawbacks to district

Editorial Board

June 15, 2017

For the past three years, Neshaminy School District has been fighting to stop a K-12 Northeast Philadelphia charter school, in which students would be admitted on a lottery ...

Chechnyan authorities detain gay men, violate human rights

Chechnyan authorities detain gay men, violate human rights

June 15, 2017

In late March and early April, Chechnya, a federal republic of Russia in located in southeastern Euro...

School administrations must do more to help students struggling with mental illness

School administrations must do more to help students struggling with mental illness

June 15, 2017

Students have shown disappointment with the school's approach (or lack thereof) of the recent suicide...

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The Student News Site of Neshaminy High School
The Student News Site of Neshaminy High School