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16th Vendemmia Draws Record Crowd To Girard Park Harvest Festival Brought Out Best In Food, Wine

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EXCLUSIVE! An Insider’s Look At Clinton’s Pitch For Kane

Closeup pictures of President Bill Clinton are hard to come by. Our Contributing Editor Bonnie Squires pulled off this coup – but it was a struggle. She even had her camera confiscated for a while – despite the fact she was a paid attendee at Democrat Attorney General aspirant Kathleen Kane’s gala fundraiser at the […]

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Marcellus Gas Comes To Town – In More Ways Than One

BY DENISE FUREY/ A wind of change is blowing through the economy of Philadelphia and the Keystone State, gushing up from deep underground. The Marcellus Shale Coalition held its annual Shale Gas Insight conference at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia to discuss its ramifications. The MSC has more than 300 members, including drillers, oil & gas […]

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Senator Stack Hosts Senior Expo

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PGW: Lease It, Don’t Sell It, Wise Men Say

BY JOE SHAHEELI/ One major Philadelphia asset attractive to outside buyers willing to spend a billion dollars or more is the Philadelphia Gas Works, a city-owned utility. It’s also the easiest of city assets to place on the market. But before the Mayor and City Council jump on the possibility of doing so, they need to […]

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Northeast Ward Leaders Picnic At Burholme Park

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Can Higher Real-Estate Taxes Save Philly Jobs?

BY TONY WEST/ Most Philadelphia neighborhoods are job deserts. And in the long run, a large city cannot survive as a place to live if it does not also offer places to work. This was the gist of a report released by the Center City District which caught the eye of Philadelphia’s decision-makers. It has added […]

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Toomey Slams Obama Over Job Numbers, National Debt

by Rory McGlasson U.S. Senator Pat Toomey attacked President Barack Obama the job report and the growing national debt. At a news conference held at the Independence Visitors center, Toomey said Obama has burdened Americans with $5 trillion in new debt and 42 months of unemployment above 8 percent. “Pennsylvanians deserve a president with a […]

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Heavy Rains Failed To Dampen Turnout and Enthusiam At Annual AFL-CIO Labor Day Celebration

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Councilwoman Tasco: “Romney-Ryan, Wrong For Women”

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