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Kenney signs order banning firearms at recreation spaces and facilities

Mayor Jim Kenney recently signed an executive order banning guns and other deadly weapons from recreation facilities throughout the city, including rec center buildings,...

Kalaya Thai Kitchen coming soon to Fishtown

Following the closure of the original Kalaya Thai Kitchen in Bella Vista, chef and owner Chutatip “Nok” Suntaranon will be moving toward opening its...

Fishtown neighbors green light two companion development proposals

Fishtown residents green-lighted two development projects planned for the corner of Oxford and Belgrade at Tuesday night’s FNA zoning meeting at the First Presbyterian...

Kensington’s famous milk bottle building might just come back to life as a creamery

After operating for more than 100 years in the heart of Kensington, Harbisons’ Dairies - the building with the giant milk bottle on top...

Forever in their hearts

The memory of Ryan Kelly will always be remembered at his elementary school alma mater, St. George School. Shortly after church bells chimed to indicate...

Q+A: The Fishtown Kensington Area BID’s new executive director, Marc Collazzo

Local business owners’ desire to formulate a business improvement district dedicated to the booming Fishtown and Kensington neighborhoods dates to 2018, and as of...

Big news for Bridesburg

The Riverfront North Partnership today announced the launch of a new initiative, the Bridesburg Impact Grants (BIG) program. The program will award $500 grants to...

KCFC reports positive financial news in most recent State of the Co-op

At a Monday night State of the Co-op event, Kensington Community Food Co-op board member Oren Roth-Eisenberg revealed that the co-op had dug itself...

New cop on the block

With every new year comes new beginnings and, at Rizzo PAL in Port Richmond, a new cop is ready to take the reins. Police Officer...

Six story residential/commercial project on York Street a no-go for Fishtown residents

By a margin of 27-70, Fishtown residents voted against a planned development at 2504-08 E. York St., which includes a six-story apartment building complete...

Dividing lines

Tensions were high last Monday night when talks commenced about a potential high-rise parking garage in Bridesburg. The Bridesburg Community Action Alliance hosted a meeting...

Henon ousted as majority leader

By Jack Tomczuk Sixth District Councilman Bobby Henon was ousted as majority leader in favor of Councilwoman Cherelle Parker during Monday’s inauguration at the Met...

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