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Brewerytown: Philadelphia’s Vision Zero Plan Works To Make Transportation Safer

Brewerytown: Philadelphia’s Vision Zero Plan Works To Make Transportation Safer

In Philadelphia, like most major cities, traffic accidents are a regular occurrence. Whether as pedestrians or those using bikes or cars, one is almost always at some risk when moving through the city. “About 100 people are killed every year in traffic collisions in Philadelphia,” said Charlotte Castle, coordinator for Vision Zero, a plan the […]

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Brewerytown: Diane Scott Treats Everyone At Athletic Recreation Center As Family

Brewerytown: Diane Scott Treats Everyone At Athletic Recreation Center As Family

The Athletic Recreation Center is more than just a place for kids to go after school and prides itself on treating each and every child who comes through the doors like family. Diane Scott (pictured above) serves as a kind of den mother for the children who think of the rec center at 1401 N. 26th […]

 

Brewerytown: Greg Parker Gives Back To The Neighborhood That Raised Him

Brewerytown: Greg Parker Gives Back To The Neighborhood That Raised Him

Greg Parker was born and raised in Brewerytown. As a young adult, he bought a property in his neighborhood for about $5,000 and sold it for $75,000. Parker feels he was a pioneer for the area, where he and his family usually work on flipping 15 to 20 properties at a time. But Parker’s impact […]