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Taking the plunge

The weather is heating up, and one of the hottest summer jobs in Philly still has openings: lifeguarding. Philadelphia Parks and Recreation hosted a news...

Kensington native and Webster School teacher wins Lindback Award

“There’s so much,” said Lisa Forrest-Schultz when asked what makes Nancy Fackelman such a great teacher. “I don’t think there’s enough ink or space...

Little green thumbs

The St. Laurentius School Garden got some TLC thanks to efforts by second-grade students celebrating a special occasion: Earth Day. Lauren Borrasso, second-grade teacher at...

UnOrthodox, a playful learning installation for children, arrives at the Bridesburg Rec Center

Representatives from Riverfront North, along with City Councilmember Bobby Henon and state Rep. Joe Hohenstein, gathered at the Bridesburg Recreation Center Saturday afternoon to...

City creates fund that gives Kensington residents more power over their neighborhood.

The office of Mayor Jim Kenney announced last week the creation of the Kensington Community Resilience Fund, an effort the city is calling “a...

FNA creates scholarship to benefit one lucky Penn Treaty student

Thanks to the Fishtown Neighbors Association and Friends of Penn Treaty School, one lucky high school senior at Penn Treaty School will be the...

A colorful scene

Fishtown residents can now connect with their neighborhood in a new, colorful way. Fishtown Neighbors Association released the inaugural edition of the “Around Fishtown” coloring...

Alvarez emotional after loss on TNT

If you’re an Eddie Alvarez fan, Wednesday’s fight was probably the toughest you’ve ever watched. Alvarez was disqualified in the first round when the referee...

What’s cookin’

Bridesburg’s dining scene is getting a much-needed addition next weekend. Chris Kulb, owner of Kulb Designs Clothing, will debut his outdoor, food truck dining spot...

A.G. Shapiro, Councilmember Gym call out “greedy” Moscow & Monica landlord

One day after locked-out tenants were restored access to their apartments in Olde Kensington, state Attorney General Josh Shapiro and City Councilmember Helen Gym...

Community coffee buzz to continue

This month marks five years since River Wards Cafe opened its doors in Port Richmond, and now, the next chapter in coffee and community...

SEPTA: Somerset station will see “a number of safety and security improvements” upon reopening

SEPTA’s Somerset station, which closed this past Sunday, will see “a number of safety and security improvements” upon its reopening, according to SEPTA’s Chief...

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