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Special election to replace Sabatina May 17

Lt. Gov. John Fetterman on Saturday signed a writ declaring a special election to replace Sen. John Sabatina Jr., who resigned from his Senate...

Serving your pedal power needs

Out of a former yarn dyeing factory on D Street in Kensington, one company is helping everyone pedal their goods throughout the city. Haley Tricycles,...

Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame honors newest inductees

Over a dozen local sports figures became the newest inductees into the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday. The event, which took place at...

Brooklyn Bowl set to open in Fishtown

Philadelphia’s newest music venue, the Brooklyn Bowl, is set to open at 1009 Canal St. in Fishtown on Nov. 4.  The 1,000-capacity venue is the...

Ensuring families are prepared for the winter

With winter right around the corner, Rivers Casino, Operation Warm and numerous other organizations hosted an event for those in need at the Fillmore...

Philly native Sullivan looking for Superior Court win

Looking back, Superior Court candidate Megan Sullivan believes her upbringing led to her professional success. “My growing up here served me well,” she said. Sullivan, 50,...

A decade of Green City, Clean Waters

The Philadelphia Water Department marked the 10th year of its Green City, Clean Waters initiative with an event outside of Crane Arts, at 1400...

Students learning valuable culinary skills

Students at St. Laurentius School in Fishtown are learning about the importance of health and nutrition through the Vetri Cooking Program. Once a week after...

Helping kids think clearly and write with clarity

Ensuring students have all of the support that they need is at the heart of the Mighty Writers’ mission. Founded by Tim Whitaker in 2009,...

Officer: Remove items from view in parked cars

During the South Port Richmond Civic Association meeting on Wednesday, Officer Tina Willis of the 24th Police District provided monthly crime rates for Port...

Connecting with fans on and off the field

KelseyRae Semon knew she wanted to be a cheerleader since she saw her older sister cheer at Frankford Boys Club for their football team....

The latest zoning controversy in Fishtown involved a sign that says ‘Fishtown’

Within the last few years, two establishments along the Olde Richmond/Fishtown border of York Street have marked their territory with new names for their...

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