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Leaders, Activists Pitched In To Provide Turkey Dinners For Needy

The city’s unions and many of its elected political leaders on all levels of government spent the weekend working to ensure needy families had a turkey dinner they otherwise would have gone without. Among those were: State Rep. Cherelle L. Parker (D-Northwest), who hosted a pre-Thanksgiving dinner at Upper Room Missionary Baptist Church, 7236 Ogontz […]

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Berry Gordy Jr. Honored At Marian Anderson Awards In Philadelphia

    A FSCME president Pete Matthews and his wife Margie joined Kenyatta Johnson at the Marian Anderson Awards dinner at the Kimmel Center.Photo/Bonnie Squires    Send article as PDF   

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PHILLY’S 2ND CASINO: Only One Bidder Offers True Entertainment Complex

It’s called LoSo, after its location in South Philadelphia adjacent to the Casino Revolution development planned at Front Street & Pattison Avenue by PHL Local Gaming, LLC. LoSo will bring to Philadelphians attractions such as food-and-beverage and retail businesses, soccer fields, racquet sports, an indoor swimming pool, a zip-line park, rock-climbing facilities, a golf driving […]

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Rep. Clymer Calls For Transportation Funding Resolution

The need for a comprehensive transportation funding solution for Pennsylvania was highlighted last week when officials toured weight-restricted Bucks County bridges that, if left unfixed, could cut-off major arteries serving two communities. On Thursday, Nov. 7, State Rep. Paul Clymer (R-Bucks) and PennDOT Executive Deputy Sec. Bradley L. Mallory met in Sellersville with borough officials […]

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BY TONY WEST/ Chris Hill was used to coming through for his fellow veterans. He was serving on the board of the Veterans Comfort House in West Philadelphia and rode with the Second Brigade Motorcycle Club, constantly reaching out through both groups to help former service members in need. It was a way of life […]

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  ROB McCORD, Penna. State Treasurer, and candidate for Governor, 2nd from left, meets a variety of citizens including George Brooks, leader of Ward #47, Rep. Louise Bishop: Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers; and Joe Mixon, Jr., political science student. Photo by Joe Stivala    Send article as PDF   

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