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In its eighth year, this Thanksgiving brunch event looks different but still serves those in need

Brent Cronin’s Thanksgiving brunch first became a holiday tradition eight years ago. The feast, typically held at St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church in Kensington,...

Former Philadelphia Coke Site set to be rezoned for warehousing operation

The office of City Councilperson Bobby Henon has announced plans to rezone the site of the former Philadelphia Coke Company plant via ordinance to...

North grad Morris takes over PSU-Abington soccer

Pat Morris had the perfect job. Then he was offered a more perfect one. Morris, a 1995 graduate of North Catholic and then Textile, has made...

Mayor Kenney and Superintendent Hite: First Day of School Assignment: Help All Students #LogOnPHL

Today is the first day for Philadelphia’s public schools and it is certainly unlike any other in our lifetime. While we won’t see young...

Artist Lauren Rinaldi gets “outwardly political” in her latest exhibition, Representative

In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, studies showed that banks led by a higher proportion of women fared better during the great...

Paul Moore Band on Road to Anglesea

Irish Weekend has been a staple of the fall in North Wildwood since 1992. And Paul Moore has missed just two of them. He wasn’t around...

Community input sought

Heitzman Recreation Center, 2136 Castor Ave., in Harrowgate was among the first sites selected to benefit from the City of Philadelphia’s Rebuild program. The program...

Essential aid

When the Black Lives Matter and police brutality protests recently swept through Philly, Annabel Wulfhart was very much involved.  And, inspired. Wulfhart, a social worker, and...

Philly L&I: Reporting contractors digging under basements is “one of the most important things” residents can do

As the construction boom in Philadelphia persists into the new decade even despite the coronavirus pandemic, unfortunately so have shoddy construction practices. In South...

Moving forward

The community surrounding Samuel Recreation Center received on Wednesday night a long-awaited update about the future of the field. An hour-long meeting took place via...

Making strides

While participants may not have been running side by side on the streets of Bridesburg for this year’s Youth Bri Tri, the event went...

New Fishtown development slated for the Delaware Waterfront

Over the last few months, Philadelphia has been taking another small step toward rehabilitating the Delaware River waterfront by demolishing the one-story industrial warehouse...

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In its eighth year, this Thanksgiving brunch event looks different but still serves those in need

Brent Cronin’s Thanksgiving brunch first became a holiday tradition eight years ago. The feast, typically held at St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church in Kensington,...

Former Philadelphia Coke Site set to be rezoned for warehousing operation

The office of City Councilperson Bobby Henon has announced plans to rezone the site of the former Philadelphia Coke Company plant via ordinance to...

City implementing more Covid restrictions.

The city on Monday afternoon announced “safer at home” COVID-19 restrictions. In light of the continued rise in cases in Philadelphia, officials announced changes to...

Flipping forward

When Lemiya Shaat, 18, learned that her mentor, Tony Simeti, would be closing the doors to his gymnastics studio for good, she saw a...

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