28.10.2012 [Reading Eagle] - I was worried that the weather would wash out the Baird Ornithological Club's hawk watch atop the WilliamPenn Memorial Fire Tower on Skyline Drive last Saturday. The days before saw rain, wind and generally miserable weather. But the storms blew out
29.10.2012 [Oskaloosa news] - Rock Island, Ill.–The Lady Statesmen volleyball team won two matches in its final tournament of the year as it competed in the Augustana Pumpkin Bash Friday and Saturday. WilliamPenn (27-14) opened the weekend Friday with a 3-0 loss to Wartburg (19-25
29.10.2012 [Oskaloosa news] - Recent WilliamPenn Statesmen Football action at the Lacey Complex Stadium. Deerfield, Ill.–The WilliamPenn football team started slowly, but closed out strong to pick up a much-have 36-25 victory over Trinity International (Ill.) in Midwest League
29.10.2012 [Oskaloosa news] - Davenport–The WilliamPenn men's soccer team knocked off St. Ambrose for the second time this year, but Sunday's win was much more important as it punched the team's ticket for the semifinal round of the Midwest Collegiate Conference Tournament.
29.10.2012 [Oskaloosa news] - Des Moines–The second meeting unfortunately was no better than the first for the WilliamPenn women's soccer team as it concluded 2012 with a 6-0 loss to #2 seed Grand View in the quarterfinals of the Midwest Collegiate Conference Tournament Saturday.
26.10.2012 [Delaware County Daily Times] - Today's Ghost of WilliamPenn re-visit lesson touts instruction on Dr. John Fothergill. Who? -- In answer for starters. Benjamin Franklin owed his life to the good physician by way of his health skills. Franklin, on learning of Dr. John Fothergill's
23.10.2012 [Delaware County Daily Times] - By Thomas R. Smith, a.k.a., WilliamPenn Times Guest Columnist. Today's Ghost of WilliamPenn re-visit lesson touts instruction on David E. Knowles (1800-1848). In convention with previous missives this one touts: teach (in the form of history), preach
25.10.2012 [Allentown Morning Call] - More than 100 turn out for case involving zoning changes on Freemansburg Avenue, WilliamPenn Highway. October 25, 2012|By Charles Malinchak, Special to The Morning Call. For the more than 100 people inside the Bethlehem Township meeting room
09.10.2012 [Delaware County Daily Times] - Published: Tuesday, October 09, 2012. By Thomas R, Smith, a.k.a., WilliamPenn. Today's Ghost of WilliamPenn instruction touts Pennsylvania botanist Humphry Marshall (1722-1801). Famous botanist John Bartram was his cousin. -- Love not rivalry bustled
03.10.2012 [Delaware County Daily Times] - Listen as you are not going learn it from WilliamPenn: While there is much relating to Franklin that might bother a Quaker. Ghost Governor Penn shuffles over only one. This: WilliamPenn role players get mistaken for Franklin.-- Quaker Yikes! Quaker
07.10.2012 [Delaware County Daily Times] - Today's Ghost of WilliamPenn instruction touts a thorough plain soul individual, John Bartram (1699-1777). Unadorned plainness of speech and all matched in his inside and out. Quaker John Bartram likely was never seen in best-dud dress up fashion.
24.10.2012 [Under the Button] - Brought to you by the South Asia Society, IAA and SPEC, Kal Penn, long-lost descendant of state founder WilliamPenn and brother-in-law-twice-removed of actor Sean Penn, will be gracing our-school-Penn (unrelated) with his presence on Sunday
30.09.2012 [Delaware County Daily Times] - Today's Ghost of William's re-visit instruction touts insights into the life of WilliamPenn's Secretary, James Logan (b. 1674 ), who followed his Governor aid work by aiding the widow Mrs. Penn, and still later helping the pair's sons, in much day-to
26.10.2012 [Philebrity.com] - The official charter for the city was signed by WilliamPenn on October 25, 1701, so some claim the city is 311 years old. However, the town of Philadelphia must have existed for some time for it to be a city in 1701. The consensus is that the actual