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OPINION: Pooling Resources

OPINION: Pooling Resources

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Pokémon Go Brings Exploration to Neighborhood Libraries

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OPINION: No More Nooses

              PA Rep. Jordan Harris Last week in Philadelphia,…

State Reps. Demand Budget Deal

State Reps. Demand Budget Deal

By Eldon Graham Members of the Philadelphia Delegation came together in the Liberty View Ballroom…

POLS ON THE STREET: Prelude to Parking Wars Redux

POLS ON THE STREET: Prelude to Parking Wars Redux

BY JOE SHAHEELI The last City Council meeting before the summer recess is rarely one…

Palumbo Park 2.0

Palumbo Park 2.0

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Palumbo Park 2.0

City Councilman Mark Squilla and Parks & Recreation Executive Director Kathryn Ott Lovell were on hand for a grand ribbon-cutting ceremony to welcome a host of improvements to Palumbo Park, located at 723 Catharine Street. Among the upgrades neighbors can now enjoy: new park benches, picnic tables, lighting, planted trees and landscaping.  …

Palumbo Park 2.0

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Jun. 29-          State Rep. Vanessa Lowery Brown hosts Citywide Job Fair at Deliverance Evangelistic Ch. Fellow Ha., 2001 W. Lehigh Ave., 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Employers, workshops on résumé writing, wardrobe & interviewing skills, entrepreneurship & re-entry opportunities. For info: (215) 879-6615. Jul. 8-              Congressman Bob Brady hosts Brady Bunch at Flip Flops, 106…

OPINION: Pooling Resources

When it’s time for us to sing the praises of our fair city, we’re always quick to single out one of its relatively unsung civic treasures: public pools. At any one of the city’s 70 public pools – the most per capita in the entire United States, according to the city’s Parks & Recreation Commissioner,…

OPINION: Pooling Resources

OPINION: Pooling Resources

When it’s time for us to sing the praises of our fair city, we’re always quick to single out one of its relatively unsung civic treasures: public pools. At any one of the city’s 70 public pools – the most per capita in the entire United States, according to the city’s Parks & Recreation Commissioner,…

OPINION: Pooling Resources

OPINION: Pooling Resources

When it’s time for us to sing the praises of our fair city, we’re always quick to single out one of its relatively unsung civic treasures: public pools. At any one of the city’s 70 public pools – the most per capita in the entire United States, according to the city’s Parks & Recreation Commissioner,…

OPINION: Pooling Resources

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POLS ON THE STREET: Prelude to Parking Wars Redux

POLS ON THE STREET: Prelude to Parking Wars Redux

BY JOE SHAHEELI The last City Council meeting before the summer recess is rarely one to circle on the calendar. Like end-of-session meetings everywhere, this was expected to be heavy on legislative tidying up, light on flashpoint issues. Sure, Rebuild…

POLS ON THE STREET: Entering the Final Stretch to Find an Interim DA

POLS ON THE STREET: Entering the Final Stretch to Find an Interim DA

BY JOE SHAHEELI With tomorrow’s deadline for applicants who crave a high-profile temporary position with…

POLS ON THE STREET: Pa. Budget Done (the Easy Part, at Least)

POLS ON THE STREET: Pa. Budget Done (the Easy Part, at Least)

BY JOE SHAHEELI Just in time for the 4th of July break, the Pennsylvania Senate…

POLS ON THE STREET: Stop-and-Go Bill on the Move

POLS ON THE STREET: Stop-and-Go Bill on the Move

BY JOE SHAHEELI It’s not often the minority party in Harrisburg gets what it wants…

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Pokémon Go Brings Exploration to Neighborhood Libraries

Pokémon Go Brings Exploration to Neighborhood Libraries

By Eldon Graham The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation has teamed up with…

OPINION: No More Nooses

OPINION: No More Nooses

              PA Rep. Jordan Harris Last week in Philadelphia,…

State Reps. Demand Budget Deal

State Reps. Demand Budget Deal

By Eldon Graham Members of the Philadelphia Delegation came together in the Liberty View Ballroom…

OPINION: Pooling Resources

OPINION: Pooling Resources

When it’s time for us to sing the praises of our fair city, we’re always quick to single out one of its relatively unsung civic treasures: public pools. At any one of the city’s 70 public pools – the most…

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