United Airlines Drags Man Off Plane

On Sunday, April 9th a man was dragged off the United Airlines because the plane was overbooked. Many airlines will sell more tickets then the plane can handle, thinking there will be cancellations. If the plane is still overbooked, the airline will offer rewards to those who reschedule their flight. The United Airlines had more …

Vikings vs. Trojans in a Real Nail-Biter

The Perkiomen Valley Vikings soared over the Pottstown Trojans to a 57-54 victory on Tuesday, January 17th. The Vikings’ lead scorers included star player Justin Jaworski (18 points), up and coming sophomore Tyler Strechay (14 points), and senior Sean Owens (14 points). The Trojans’ lead scorers included Brown (17 points), Diamond (12 points), and Wingo …

A Show of Skills

As the sun set and the locals began emerging for a night on the town this past Friday, Perkiomen Valley AP Art students, along with their family and friends, made their way to the Phoenix Village Art Center for a special event. The Phoenix Village Art Center welcomed students from multiple local high schools, including …

Taking Precaution On New Year’s Eve

On New Year’s Eve most people tend to focus more on the various celebrations and events associated with the holiday than safety, so drunk driving doesn’t receive enough attention around this time. According to the St.Louis Post Dispatch, New Year’s Eve brings about 71% more car crashes where alcohol is involved when compared to the …

Staying Motivated in the New Year

Every year on January 1st, resolutions are made by people trying to better themselves. However, not everybody really follows through with them. Although half the population bails on their resolution, the world continues to create these goals. They require serious motivation and time management to be scheduled into daily life. “Surprisingly, 75% of resolutions will …

Parents’ Present Stress

Each year, as the holiday season approaches, children grow increasingly ecstatic. They get to enjoy many presents and a recess from the havoc that school may wreak. However, while the holiday season can be a blessing to teenagers, it is a different story for parents. In essence, they have the responsibility of buying food, presents, …