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SOUTH PHILLY: Business Association Honors Persons Of Year

by Maria Merlino Last Thursday, Mar. 12, Galdo’s Entertainment & Catering Complex at 20th & Moyamensing Avenue was bustling with dignitaries, family, friends and colleagues of 2nd Dist. Councilman Kenyatta Johnson, State Rep. Maria Donatucci and businessman Jay Agnes. The South Philadelphia Business Association honored each of them as Person of the Year. An open […]

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Special Election 170th Legislative District: Dem. Sarah DelRicci Vs. Rep. Martina White

by Joe Shaheeli There is no question the Special Election to fill a vacancy in the 170th Legislative Dist. has earned the title “special” in many ways. It’s special when one realizes both contenders, Democrat Sarah DelRicci and Republican Martina White, are two young women facing each other, which should make some female voters in […]

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St. Patrick’s Day Photos From The Parade To The White House

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OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE: Dream, Vision Come True In South Philadelphia!

Our Lady Of Guadalupe Unveiling by Maria Merlino The vision and dream of the deceased founder of the Academy of Sacred Arts, based in South Philadelphia, is coming true. Sister Paula Beierschmitt, a renowned painter and sculptor, who was the only nun to ever be accepted into the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Art, attracted attention […]

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Bringing Organic Burgers To P’unk

by Cassie Hepler There’s a reason McDonald’s popularity is reportedly dwindling – low-quality meat, ingredients and poor customer service. P’unk Burger, 1823 E. Passyunk, is the BYO organic answer to the mass-produced conglomerate. Always fresh, organic ingredients and packed full, it is South Philly’s answer to the fast food question. The people want quality, fresh […]

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SOUTH PHILLY: Councilman Kenyatta Johnson Fuels Stinger Square

by Maria Merlino “This project exemplifies what makes Philadelphia great!” enthusiastically explained 2nd Dist. Councilman Kenyatta Johnson as he heralded the beginning of a half-million-dollar renovation of Stinger Square, at 3200 Dickinson Street, last week. Included in the renovation is total concrete replacement, replanting entry beds, planting a rain garden, refurbished seating, the insertion of […]

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SOUTH PHILLY: Cookie’s Tavern Kicks Off ‘Daddy Wags’ Memorial

by Maria Merlino It’s a February military tradition in South Philadelphia to gather at Cookie’s Tavern on 10th & Oregon to celebrate the birthday of the late Marine Sgt. James “Daddy Wags” Wagner. The noted veteran of the Vietnam war died of a brain tumor when he was 57. He would have been 70 last […]

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Oliver Seeks ‘Disenfranchised’ Nonvoters In Mayoral Race

by Tony West Doug Oliver wants voters who don’t vote, to vote for him this year. Although this city has 1 million registered voters, observers expect only about 300,000 will cast their vote in the most-important election it knows: the quadrennial race for Mayor that likely set the direction of crucial everyday government services in […]

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Sheriff Jewell Williams—Public Servant Of Year 2015

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Updated Mar. 12th

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Mar. 12- Business Breakfast Fundraiser for City Council candidate Terry Tracy at Total Construction, Inc., 625 W. Ridge Pk., Bldg. D, Su 104, Conshohocken, Pa. Business-leader donations $2450, $500, $1,000. For info (267) 352-4350. Mar. 12- March of Dimes gives Transportation, Building & Construction Awards to Register of Wills Ron Donatucci and Steamfitters Local 420 […]

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