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ELEPHANT CORNER: Republicans Honor Amoore, Fenerty

Tuesday evening, the United Republican Club held its annual fundraiser at the SugarHouse Casino. The United Republican Club is the oldest continuously running Republican clubhouse in the country. Ward Leader Kevin Pasquay is the Chairman of the Board of the URC. REPUBLICAN CITY COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN and STATE REP. JOHN TAYLOR joined him on the podium. […]

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Carpenters Union Helps Pink Sisters Mark Their 100th Anniversary

    They are best known as the Pink Sisters and that they live, work, and prayer behind a grated iron fence that keeps them from mingling with the public. Most Philadelphians are unaware of their existence. But to Catholics and Christians of all faiths, many believe Philadelphians believe this city would have long gone […]

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OUR OPINION: The Right Way To Fund Philadelphia’s Schools

  Philadelphia’s major challenge is in public education. Fixing our underfunded, resource-starved schools is a huge and complex task that must be pursued on many fronts. We hope our city’s leaders will start to work on them now, quietly, during the holiday season, so that they can hit the ground running on New Year’s Day. […]

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POLS ON THE STREET: GOP Dignitaries Pitch In For Al Schmidt

GOP Dignitaries Honor Schmidt Public Record columnist Maria Merlino covered GOP 5th Ward Leader Mike Cibik’s hosting of City Commissioner Al Schmidt’s fundraiser and reports, “Many good things were communicated about the young politician with his good work ethic. ‘His wonderful parents raised him well,’ confided wife of nine years, Erin. Chairman of the Republican City […]

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AFL-CIO Draws Record Number Of Labor Leaders and Public Officials

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Update Dec. 11th

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Dec. 14- Dan Grace and Local 830 host Children’s Christmas Party at DC 21 Hall, 2980 Southampton Rd., 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Dec. 14- Sheet Metal Workers Local 19 hosts annual Christmas Party for members’ children of its at Union Ha., 1301 S. Columbus Blvd., 1-3 p.m. Dec. 14- City Council candidate Sherrie Cohen holds Fundraiser […]

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Bartram High School’s Missing Voices Are Its Parents

BY TONY WEST/ Plagued by episodes of violence over the past couple of years, the fate of Bartram HS in Southwest Philadelphia has become a flashpoint of community concerns. As the only neighborhood high school left in that part of town, its woes compound the problems of poverty, poor employment and crime that afflict its […]

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POLS ON THE STREET: Singer Faces Toughest Fight

BY JOE SHAHEELI/ City Commissioner Stephanie Singer is deep into her reelection campaign, using her office to gain entry into a host of political events which have little to do with the responsibilities of her office. MAYOR Michael Nutter made good on his promise to Blackhawks Athletics Club who won Pop Warner Championship by bringing […]

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ANOTHER OPINION: The Evil Good Men Do

Another case of, See! What had happened was! I was afraid for my life! Now, where have we heard that one before? Oh yeah! Wasn’t that the Zimmerman guy in the Trayvon Martin case … or was it Michael Dunn in the Jordan Davis case? As we listened to Wilson’s reasons for killing Michael Brown, […]

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Updated Nov. 20th

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Nov, 20 –      Philadelphia Food Fight featuring  foods from various top restaurants, including drinks, prizes, food, music sponsored by Fairmount CDC at Girard College Founders Hall. 6 to9 pm. Tickets at door $80. Nov. 21-          Marty Samschick hosts evening with Lynne Abraham at Famous Deli, 4th & Bainbridge Sts., 8:30-10:30 pm. For info (215) […]

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