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It looks like Frankford Avenue is getting a makeover south of Girard

The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation introduced plans for the Frankford Avenue Connector Project. Here’s what that is.Marcinkoski said closing off the street would add only...

FNA looks into a sidewalk cleaning program

“We’re excited that PTSSD is such a good supporter of the FNA,” King said. Frankford Ave, the river, and York Street are expected to...

Local business owners fight for a BID

According to Kimport, the BID would work with the residential community to establish the neighborhood’s desires and needs and help make them happen.In an effort...

Call to action

Community meeting held at Monkiewicz Playground to revitalize siteBy Melissa KomarThe breaking point for Port Richmond residents occurred when a body was allegedly discovered slumped...

Local and fresh on Front Street

Farm to City farmers’ market crops up under the El for first seasonBy Melissa KomarLooking to harvest a haul of local fruits and veggies, satisfy your...

Fresh produce on chopping block

Farm to Families program at NKCDC location no longer in operation, other options being exploredBy Melissa KomarEach week for approximately seven years, residents in the River...

From the country to the city

Courtney Eshleman’s Show Us Your Bloom’s winning urban gardenBy Tom BeckCourtney Eshleman got it from her mom.“My mom has massive gardens,” Eshleman said. “They’re beautiful. She’s really...

Trailing along

Officials and community recognize Frankford Creek GreenwayPatrick Starr, co-chair of the Circuit Trails Coalition, executive VP for the Pennsylvania Environmental Council, and committee member for...

Changing of tides

Stephanie Phillips named executive director of Riverfront North PartnershipBy Melissa KomarStephanie Phillips arrived at Pulaski Park on Thursday afternoon for a photo op, but quickly...

Fighting an unsightly blight

City partners with civic groups, offers incentive to tackle illegal signsBy Melissa KomarTired of looking at posters plastered all over telephone poles and itching to get...
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