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.
In case you missed it, we found a few places where people were talking about things happening in Point Breeze: 33 affordable housing homes approved for Point Breeze: On the heals of Philadelphia’s Zoning Board […]
The Special Committee on Criminal Justice Reform met last month in the City Council chambers. Co-chairs Curtis Jones Jr. of City Council, retired Deputy Police Commissioner Kevin Bethel and the head of the Defender Association […]
Jon Lyons was not always a runner. In fact, after running track in middle school, he hated the sport for much of his life. He invested time in music, even touring with a rock band. Then his life […]
Located at the intersection of S. 32nd and Dickenson streets in Grays Ferry sits Stinger Park. It has the appearance of many neighborhood parks throughout the city – old and worn from decades of use, […]
Courtney Young’s life was turned upside-down when her son, Chase, was diagnosed with type one diabetes at the age of three. She and her family started raising money almost two years ago to fight diabetes […]
“It’s time to go to work.” Eugene Bell’s call to action was heard by more than 240 people attending a forum this week where local religious groups met with Philadelphia City Council members to discuss […]