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Penn Home is where the heart is

It was about 10 years ago when Teri Ramsay’s family faced the reality of one of the hardest decisions they ever had to make....

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SOPO meeting The South Port Richmond Civic Association will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 9, at 7 p.m. on Zoom. Agenda will include zoning...

Heidelbaugh opposes defunding police

Heather Heidelbaugh, the Republican candidate for attorney general, called on incumbent Democrat Josh Shapiro to state his position on the newly developed effort to...

Your guide to eating outdoors in the River Wards

At last! As Philadelphia gradually slides into the yellow phase of reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the city, as of Friday, has officially allowed...

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Goodwill store reopens After a nearly three-month closure due to COVID-19, Goodwill’s Philadelphia-based stores have reopened. Goodwill’s Philadelphia stores will be open Monday through Saturday, 9...

A week after his march through Fishtown, Pastor John invites Fishtowners to tackle racism with street art

One week after his cathartic march through Fishtown a day after the neighborhood saw baseball bat-wielding vigilantes ready to stop looting, Pastor John Brice...

Saval defeats Farnese in State Senate Democratic primary

In a big victory for Philadelphia’s progressive left, Nikil Saval defeated state Sen. Larry Farnese in Tuesday’s Democratic primary, according to the Associated Press....

Gov. Wolf extends deadline for Philly mail-in ballots

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has extended the deadline for county election offices in Philadelphia to receive absentee or mail-in ballots by mail to 5...

Port Richmond sees the brunt of River Wards looting

Businesses in Port Richmond along Aramingo Avenue bore the brunt of most looting throughout the River Wards in a weekend marred with looting and...

Parks & Rec wants you to help feed children by volunteering for the city’s Playstreets program

Every summer in Philadelphia, hundreds of residential streets are blocked off from vehicular traffic to give children a safe place to gather, play, and...

Nikil Saval earns endorsement of South Philly progressive Elizabeth Fiedler

State Senatorial challenger Nikil Saval, who's running against incumbent Larry Farnese in Pennsylavania's first senatorial district, has earned an endorsement from South Philly progressive...

Philly Police aim to squelch illegal dirt bikes and ATV riding

https://twitter.com/PPDJoeBologna/status/1262146952067719170?s=20 The Philadelphia Police Department announced on Tuesday that it conducted a citywide ATV/dirt bike interdiction and education initiative over the weekend. The initiative was...

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Penn Home is where the heart is

It was about 10 years ago when Teri Ramsay’s family faced the reality of one of the hardest decisions they ever had to make....

Philly cop turns MMA opponents black and blue

In one job, he keeps the peace. In the other one, he brings the pain. Chris Daukaus has spent the last 10 years working as a...

Around the Neighborhood

SOPO meeting The South Port Richmond Civic Association will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 9, at 7 p.m. on Zoom. Agenda will include zoning...

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When the Rev. Joseph Zingaro, 67, passed away in May, St. John Cantius parish in Bridesburg lost a pastor and a pillar of their...

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