Philadelphia City Council’s stated meeting of Jan. 30, 2020 saw each resolution put forward at the last session of council pass unanimously, while Councilmember Kenyatta Johnson addressed his federal indictment. For Johnson, a third term […]
City Council is poised to take action on gun violence, including possible legal action against the Commonwealth.
At the 2020 inauguration, Mayor Jim Kenney and City Council President Darrell Clarke prioritize reducing poverty and violence. […]
The Public Safety Committee advanced legislation allowing weapons to be removed from those who pose a threat and bans weapons at city recreation facilities.
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 […]
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, […]