Assembly required takes on a whole new meaning on a Saturday when 200 volunteers at the preschool at St. Stephen’s Church are unwrapping a very large present–piece by piece, box after box–in the middle of […]
Ted Stones never thought he’d wake up to a private penal facility in his Germantown backyard. And the nightmare hasn’t stopped. After his Zoning Board appeal was denied, Stones was surprised to hear that developers […]
https://vimeo.com/20472305] Typical grocery stores traditionally show their community loyalty by sponsoring a Little League baseball team or raising donations for a local hospital. The Mariposa Food Co-op differs from typical grocers in the sense that […]
Luvenia Black, 88, says the Philadelphia Senior Center is like her second home. She wakes up every day and rushes to get to get to the Senior Center at Broad and Lombard streets “like it’s […]
In Philadelphia a neighborhood is frequently seen as a part of the city that is connected by location only. Sometimes people or organizations come together and try to unite the people who live and work […]
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City officials and community members bumped heads in Harold O. Davis Memorial Baptist Church on Wednesday, Sept. 22. The event, led by Bishop Kermit L Newkirk, was yet another attempt to produce a clear solution […]
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church of South Philadelphia is celebrating 125 years of serving the community. With a full operating parish, grade school and day care, many generations have been affected by the church in […]