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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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BY BONNIE SQUIRES/ The best part of the incredible Philadelphia Film Festival is you get to meet and question and discuss their films with the directors, screenwriters, actors, and producers. And you get to see the finest films from around the world, selected by Andrew Greenblatt and his talented staff at the Philadelphia Film Society. […]

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MARCELLUS SHALE: Is The Battle Over?

BY DENISE FUREY/ The Marcellus Shale Coalition held its third annual Shale Gas Insight conference at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia last week. The conference included over 30 presentations or panel discussions that echoed three themes. First, in the words of Gov. Tom Corbett, we are “witnessing a second industrial revolution” owing to shale-gas […]

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BY ADAM LANG/ It was recently reported that a City employee pled guilty to stealing $1.3 million in printer toner and UPS shipping costs from the Philadelphia Water Dept. In response to this case, Mayor Michael Nutter and Inspector General Amy Kurland had used it as an example of how the IG’s office saves Philadelphia […]

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