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Novel gives nod to Navy Yard skilled workers

Jim Brennan grew up on Brighton Street in Mayfair, attending St. Matthew and Father Judge (class of 1972), then started a career at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard just a...

Author’s new book looks to hit home

If there were a book written about Alyssa Reynoso-Morris, it might be titled, From English Language Learner to Award-Winning Published Author. Reynoso-Morris, 34, a Castor Gardens resident, has long wanted...

A ban on license plate flipping

City Council unanimously passed legislation sponsored by Councilman Mike Driscoll (D-6th dist.) cracking down on “tag flippers,” devices allowing drivers to change or alter...

Parker’s ‘One Philly’ budget

Mayor Cherelle Parker last week delivered her first budget address to City Council, calling it a “One Philly” budget. “It’s my first budget proposal as...

Celebrating the Irish

The St. Patrick's Day Parade took place Sunday in Center City. The theme was St. Patrick, Bless Philadelphia with a New Dawn of Hope. There was...

3 new bishops in the Philly Archdiocese

Archbishop Nelson J. Pérez last week ordained Most Reverend Keith J. Chylinski, Christopher Cooke and Efren V. Esmilla to the Episcopacy in front of...

Franklin Towne senior recognized for soccer, community service

Franklin Towne Charter High School senior and girls soccer outside back Grace Dakuginow is this year's recipient of the Christa Lewis Scholarship, sponsored by...

Flower Show coming to Convention Center

The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society will present the 195th Philadelphia Flower Show from March 2-10 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, at 11th and Arch streets. The...
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