Port Richmond: Kenney the Popular Pick for Mayor

Port Richmond: Kenney the Popular Pick for Mayor

Residing in the Kensington section of Philadelphia in his younger years, Ken Paul knew he someday wanted to leave his childhood home for greener pastures – in the literal sense of the word. He and his family, Paul said, used to talk about relocating to a more suburban setting. Naturally, he eventually hopped neighborhoods and […]

 By Sean Carlin

City Hall: Perceived Distrust Factored Into Failure of NID

City Hall: Perceived Distrust Factored Into Failure of NID

As Temple University’s students have continued to move further into the area around the college’s North Philadelphia campus, residents have increasingly complained about the constant noise and trash generated by students and developers. In response, Councilman Darrell Clarke – now the council president – who represents the area where Temple is located, introduced the North […]