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WALKING THE BEAT: If I Recall Correctly…

WALKING THE BEAT: If I Recall Correctly…

BY JOE SHAY STIVALA The MAGIC JUDGES names are now known. It is a fine group and deserving of your vote. They are: John SABATINA, Jr.; Monica GIBBS; Leanne LITWIN; and Judge Michael MOORE for Common Pleas Court. Christian DiCICCO and Fran McCLOSKEY for Municipal Court. The California RECALL vote is already alleged to have […]

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Philly Labor Celebrates Its Might on Parade

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Brady Bunch Marks Its 25th Year down the Shore

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Understanding Bankruptcy 9/4/2021

Question: What is the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13? Chapter 7 is a liquidation bankruptcy. You don’t pay your debts back, but you may have to give up certain property in return. To qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you have to meet certain income requirements. If you make too much money, or […]

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WALKING THE BEAT: Election Heat

BY JOE SHAY STIVALA The NEW VOTER LAW in Georgia: When I first heard of that “new” Georgia law, I wondered how “new” voter suppression was in the South. As a lad in Army Basic Training in South Carolina, I became well known as a “barracks lawyer.” One day a Caucasian kid from Mississippi came […]

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Eagles Fly for Tuesday

PHILADELPHIA CITY COMMISSIONERS partnered with the Philadelphia Eagles to hold a mobile staffed ballot drop-off event at Lincoln Financial Field ahead of the May 18th primary. The event took place on Saturday, May 8 in a stadium parking lot. City Commission Chair Lisa Deeley, C, and other personnel from the Board of Elections were on […]

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Tartaglione Delivers COVID Needle

State Sen. Christine Tartaglione (D-Kensington), L, welcomed hundreds of constituents to Cedar Grove Academy in Northeast Philadelphia for a free pop-up COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic. The senator partnered with State Rep. Jared Solomon (D-Northeast) and SunRay Drugs to organize and manage the one-day event in the city’s Lawncrest neighborhood. “I am extremely pleased that we were […]

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Isaacson Consults with Asian Leader

IN THE AFTERMATH of the horrific slaying of Asian American women in Atlanta, State Rep. Mary Isaacson touched bases with John Chin, executive director of Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corp., to hear the concerns of his community and discuss how lawmakers can best address them. Chinatown is in Isaacson’s 175th Legislative District. Photo from Isaacson’s Facebook […]

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WALKING THE BEAT: Pa.’s Walking Purchase Today

BY JOE SHAY STIVALA WILLIAM PENN at age 376. I read an editorial which stated that our Pennsylvania GOP-controlled legislature is doing more to suppress the right to vote than any other State legislative body. I have traveled our 67 counties and realize that many rural districts out there will never have a Democrat lawmaker. […]

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Casino Launch Lights up Johnson’s S. Philly

BY TONY WEST The largest in-person development complex in Philadelphia’s pandemic history is now live. Or should we say Live! On Feb. 11, the Cordish Cos. staged a ribbon-cutting for Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia on Packer Avenue in the Stadium District of South Philadelphia. This long-awaited second casino named เสือมังกร for Philadelphia underwent countless adventures, […]

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