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Blondell Reynolds Brown: A Legacy of Service

Blondell Reynolds Brown: A Legacy of Service

BY TONY WEST It could be said that Blondell Reynolds Brown danced her way into politics. The daughter of a schoolteacher in the Mantua section of West Philadelphia, Reynolds Brown’s father, a construction worker, died when she was 16. She followed in her mother’s studious footsteps, attending Girls High School, acquiring a master’s in education […]

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Activities Galore Bring Meaning to MLK Weekend

Every year, Philadelphia honors the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with a day of giving back and an extended weekend full of activities across the city. Residents and visitors looking for service opportunities can choose from 1,800 service projects throughout the region during the Greater Philadelphia Martin Luther King Jr. Day of […]

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Understanding Bankruptcy 1/9/2020

BY MICHAEL A. CIBIK, ESQ. AMERICAN BANKRUPTCY BOARD CERTIFIED Question: When can I file for bankruptcy again? Answer: If your bankruptcy was dismissed because you failed to make payments to the trustee, failed to provide necessary documents, or for some other reason, you can usually file again immediately. However, if your bankruptcy was successful and […]

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Jan. 13- Fair Districts PA S. Philly hosts Working Group Mtg. at Dock St. Brewery, 2118 Washington Ave., 7-8:30 p.m. Work to end gerrymandering. For info: info@email.actionnetwork.org. Jan. 14- Philly for Bernie hosts Debate Watch Party at Gojjo, 4540 Baltimore Ave., 8-11 pm. For info: phillyisberning@gmail.com. Jan. 15- Parkside Ass’n of Phila. hosts Candidates Forum […]

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Kenney Releases Agenda for New Term

Kenney Releases Agenda for New Term After he was sworn in for a second term on Monday, Mayor Kenney released a report outlining his Administration’s top priorities for the next four years. “Equity and Opportunity for All: Priorities for Mayor Kenney’s Second Term” lays out the Mayor’s plan to achieve the following goals. Creating a […]

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Clarke: Lift 100,000 out of Poverty

Newly sworn as president of City Council for a third term, Darrell L. Clarke (5th District) said it was imperative that every City agency, business, academic and nonprofit leader join a united effort to lift 100,000 Philadelphians out of poverty over the next four years. “I’m calling on everyone – the business community, our top […]

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Jan. 12- State Rep. Pam DeLissio hosts Book Club Mtg. at 6511 Ridge Ave., 3 p.m. Will discuss No Visible Bruises by Rachel Louise Snyder, on domestic violence. For info: (215) 482-8726. Jan. 13- Councilman David Oh celebrates Korean American Day at City Hall, Flag-raising 10 a.m. followed by ceremonial reception. Commemorates first Korean immigrants […]

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Greenlee Bids Farewell to City Council Life

BY TONY WEST Councilman Bill Greenlee is stepping out of City Council this month after 40 years inside it, one way or another. The 66-year-old councilmember apprenticed in City government under the tutelage of one of Philadelphia’s most-colorful leaders, Councilman David Cohen. An old-school liberal with a keen sense of working-class concerns, Cohen started out […]

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POLS ON THE STREET: Toomey Follows His Own Road

BY JOE SHAHEELI Long viewed as one of the more-independent conservatives in the U.S. Senate, Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) has gone out on an unusual limb by opposing the new U.S., Mexico, Canada Agreement, which is destined to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement. USMCA is the first major piece of bipartisan legislation that has […]

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Letter from the Mayor of Philadelphia

Fellow Philadelphians, Being your mayor for the last four years has been the greatest honor of my life. In 2016, we embarked on an ambitious mission to bring equity and opportunity to all neighborhoods and to make the government more accessible and accountable to the people it serves. As I reflect on this term, I’m […]

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