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Port Richmond woman opens Fishtown’s first cycle studio

Ciclo at 2040 Frankford Ave. is Fishtown’s first cycle studio. ALI EAVES / STAR PHOTOFishtown’s first cycle studio had its inaugural ride on Saturday, March 8.Not...

New Port Richmond group opposes Grace Townhomes

A brand-new Port Richmond community group, Port Richmond Action Community Association West, voted 22–2 against the proposed Grace Townhomes development at its first meeting...

River Wards events for the week of March 26

Caregiver supportThe first lecture in the CARES (CAregivers REducing Stress) caregiver support program lecture series will be on Wednesday, March 26, from 9:30 a.m....

Battle of the brains

AJ Thompson, the director of the competition, addressed students and spectators before the event kicked off. CAROLAN DIFIORE / STAR PHOTOA different type of March...

Police seek suspects in South Kensington shooting

A man was shot in a robbery on W. Thompson Street between N. Howard Street and N. Mascher Street in South Kensington early Saturday morning.In...

Nativity BVM case presented to state Supreme Court

Gloria Marshall, the project’s sole appellant, has concern with the lack of parking that may result from the new housing units. CAROLAN DIFIORE /...

Bicentennial

A postcard from the 100th anniversary in 1914 shows the original steeple. PHOTO COURTESY OF SHAWN HYSKAReverend Shawn Hyska stood at the pulpit in front...

River Wards events for the week of March 19

Bible chatA bible chat, with soup, will be held on Wednesday, March 19, and every Wednesday during Lent, at 6:30 p.m. The chat will...

Neighborhood news in brief for the week of March 19

Senate democrats unveil pension reform proposalSenate democrats presented a three-point pension reform proposal last week.The proposal would refinance $9 billion of the State Employees’ Retirement System...

River Wards events for the week of March 12

New Port Richmond groupThe Port Richmond Action Community Association West, a new Port Richmond registered community organization, will hold its first meeting on Wednesday, March...
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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...