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The Fed: No sign of homeowners getting pushed...

The Fed: No sign of homeowners getting pushed from gentrifying neighborhoods http://www.philly.com/philly/news/gentrification-displacement-federal-reserve-bank-philly-neighborhoods-ding-20180420.html

    The Fed: No sign of homeowners getting pushed from gentrifying neighborhoods - Philly
    Gentrification has become synonymous with the pushing-out of established residents by newcomers, but a study released this week found no evidence of displacement among homeowners in gentrifying Philadelphia neighborhoods. The study, published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, researched the connection between tax delinquency, homeowner mobility and gentrification over the last two years.

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A late 1800s or early 1900s view of the woode...

A late 1800s or early 1900s view of the wooden arch cover over Market at Dock Street and Front Tom

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Tomorrow we will be at our St. Elizabeth's Co...

Tomorrow we will be at our St. Elizabeth's Community Center (1845 N. 23rd Street) Spring Street Clean Up. It is not too late to register and become a volunteer. Visit http://bit.ly/sscleanup18 for more details on how you can join us!

7 hours ago

Calling all antiques lovers: The Philadelphia...

Calling all antiques lovers: The Philadelphia Antiques and Art Show starts today! Stop by the mansion this weekend to continue your discovery of fine art and decor in our collections.

16 hours ago

Feds will retry former Philly Sheriff John Gr...

Feds will retry former Philly Sheriff John Green http://www.philly.com/philly/news/breaking/feds-will-retry-former-philly-sheriff-john-green-20180419.html

16 hours ago

Crime: http://6abc.com/22-guns-stolen-from-up...

Crime: http://6abc.com/22-guns-stolen-from-upper-darby-gun-shop/3368342/

    22 Guns stolen from Upper Darby gun shop
    With the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms reporting that gun shop burglaries are continuing to rise at an alarming rate, it is no wonder the agency has stepped in to help the Upper Darby Police solve its latest case.

17 hours ago



    Philadelphia, April 19, 2018 - The City Council of Philadelphia has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for qualified auditors of the Office of Property Assessment (OPA). A subsection of the Philadelphia Code authored by Council mandates that OPA be independently audited at least once every three years.

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    North Philadelphia Health Fair
    Temple University College of Public Health, Aramark and the Urban League of Philadelphia will proudly host the first annual North Philadelphia Health Fair on Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The focus of this year's health fair will be kidney health. Healthy kidneys are important for your overall health and wellbeing.

22 hours ago



    With soda-tax money, pre-K centers see rapid growth - Philly
    Outside of Amazing Kidz Academy on Erie Avenue, Coca-Cola trucks went by, going to and from the bottling plant across the street. Inside the pre-K center, 3- and 4-year-olds played in a newly set up classroom, funded through a tax paid by their neighbors.

31 hours ago

Opinion : Mayor Kenney never should have met ...

Opinion : Mayor Kenney never should have met with Meek Mill | Ronnie Polaneczky http://www.philly.com/philly/columnists/ronnie_polaneczky/meek-mill-kenney-probation-prison-visit-jay-z-brinkley-krasner-new-trial-ronnie-polaneczky-20180419.html

    Mayor Kenney never should have met with Meek Mill | Ronnie Polaneczky - Philly
    It's been a week since Mayor Kenney had a one-on-one visit with Meek Mill in jail. It bugged me then, it bugs me now, and I've finally figured out why. Throughout his political career, Kenney has been Philly's Jimmy from the Block, reliably reading the pulse of the populace when it comes to calling out the disloyal, the silly, and the abusive.

31 hours ago



    Suburban Station is getting a top floor, design-centric workspace soon
    Change is coming to Suburban Station soon in the form of a 25,000-square-foot co-working space, which will be constructed at the station's top floor this summer. The space, called Bond Station House, is being developed by Bond Collective, a design-centric workspace company.

31 hours ago



    Planning officials put proposed community outreach rules on hold
    On Tuesday, the Philadelphia Planning Commission put a hold on City Council legislation intended to overhaul community notification requirements about zoning changes. The proposed regulation was initially introduced as a public-safety minded response to a recent North Philadelphia housefire that killed four residents of a rooming house.

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    Philadelphia DA Wants To Dismantle Mass Incarceration From The Inside Out
    Larry Krasner has been in office since January, and is already taking steps to change the way the city looks at sentencing, parole, bail and incarceration.

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If you're going to be out of the county on El...

If you're going to be out of the county on Election Day (5/15), or if you are handicapped, or you are 65+ years old & assigned to an inaccessible polling place, your'e eligible to apply for an absentee or alternative ballot. The deadline to apply is 5/8, and applications are due back by 5PM, so don't delay. https://www.philadelphiavotes.com/en/voters/absentee-and-alternative-ballots

    Absentee and Alternative Ballots
    You may be eligible for an absentee ballot if: You are expected to be absent from Philadelphia County on the day of the coming election because of occupation, business, or duties (including leaves of absence for teaching, vacations, and sabbatical leaves); You are a person who is or may be

41 hours ago



    New Regional Rail Proposal Would Connect Phoenixville To Philly
    PHOENIXVILLE, PA - Preliminary talks are officially underway to bring passenger rail service to Phoenixville. Developers are proposing two alternatives. The first option, which has been formally presented, involves extending the Manayunk/Norristown line into Phoenixville. Because the infrastructure for this line is already largely in place, it is the cheaper and quicker alternative.

41 hours ago

Crime: breaking : http://6abc.com/police-man-...

Crime: breaking : http://6abc.com/police-man-and-child-1-shot-in-southwest-philadelphia/3363524/

    Police: Man and child, 1, shot in Southwest Philadelphia
    Today's Top Stories WATCH NOW TOP VIDEOS A man and a toddler are in critical condition following a shooting in Southwest Philadelphia Wednesday night. Police said it was sometime around 9 p.m. that the father was carrying his child to his car at 67th and Trinity streets when they were both hit by gunfire.

42 hours ago

Greater Brewerytown CDC added 2 new photos.

In an effort to promote non traditional sports such as Rowing - Temple University has agreed to sponsor a free summer rowing camp for two-weeks in July. The first 100 children to register will participate in this great opportunity. Non traditional sports for inner city kids exposes our young people to sports they wouldn't normally have access to. Please spread the word!

43 hours ago



    Ori Feibush plans homes and shops at Chocolate Factory site in South Philly
    Developer Ori Feibush says his proposal would be a big step toward transforming Washington Avenue, west of Broad Street, from a strip of warehouses and blighted industrial buildings into a dense commercial and residential corridor binding the revitalized neighborhoods to its north and south.

2 days ago

0pinion: This speaks of a much bigger issue, ...

0pinion: This speaks of a much bigger issue, which now has been emboldened by the atmosphere in Washington : https://mobile.nytimes.com/2018/04/17/us/starbucks-arrest-philadelphia.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=first-column-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news

    Philadelphia Starbucks Arrests, Outrageous to Some, Are Everyday Life for Others
    PHILADELPHIA - The video of the police arresting two black men in a Starbucks, viewed more than 10 million times online, quickly prompted a full-blown crisis: accusations of racism, protests both in and around the cafe, and a corporate apology on "Good Morning America."

2 days ago



    Ghosts Of The Abandoned Arch Street Subway Line
    Philadelphians routinely lament the lack of subway and trolley service to certain neighborhoods. Supporters and naysayers often argue ad nauseam online over extending the Broad Street Line past Pattison Avenue to the Philadelphia Navy Yard.

2 days ago

From 1871 to 1926, Historic Strawberry Mansio...

From 1871 to 1926, Historic Strawberry Mansion went through various phases of occupation. For a period, it was a popular restaurant and picnic spot! To this day, it's a beautiful retreat within the city of Philadelphia. #ParkCharms #discoverPHL

2 days ago

Join us in cleaning up the neighborhood. We w...

Join us in cleaning up the neighborhood. We will be at our St. Elizabeth's Community Center (1845 N. 23rd Street) this Saturday for our Spring Street Clean Up. It is not too late to register and become a volunteer.Visit http://bit.ly/sscleanup18 for more details.

2 days ago



    State grants for college students could be cut by $1,100 next year without more funding
    Without $47 million more in funding for the state grant program, Association of Independent Colleges and Universities President Don Francis said the maximum state grant award could be reduced by $1,100 depending on the grant formula that the PHEAA board chooses to use.

2 days ago

Greater Brewerytown CDC shared WHYY News's po...


    As fallout over Starbucks arrests continues, Philly police chief stands by cops
    Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross hasn't wavered: The officers who recently arrested two African-American men inside a Center City Starbucks did "absolutely nothing wrong." Criminal justice experts agree, but say the charged incident could have ended differently. And probably should have.

2 days ago

In Francisville : http://planphilly.com/artic...

In Francisville : http://planphilly.com/articles/2018/04/18/francisville-is-booming-the-community-is-feuding

    Francisville is booming. The community is feuding.
    Francisville is under construction.Walk down almost any street in this North Philadelphia neighborhood, and there are houses-or multi-unit buildings-getting built. Fences and ladders jut out onto the sidewalk, annoying residents. Community meetings get loud with complaints about everything from unwanted new neighbors to rising rents to cowboy contractors.

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    Unemployed Pennsylvanians on Medicaid could lose health coverage under proposed bill
    The state House on Tuesday advanced a bill that would force "able-bodied" adults enrolled in Medicaid to work at least 20 hours a week or complete job training programs to retain their health insurance coverage. The proposed legislation - House Bill 2138 - cleared the House floor on a 115-80 vote.

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    A Fine Dining Soul Food Spot Is About to Open in West Philly
    Tastie's will debut on 52nd Street this weekend with a luxe new location in a former pizza parlor. Philly chef Barbara Devan is bringing downtown fine dining to West Philadelphia. An upscale version of Tastie's , Devan's soul food kitchen, will open this Friday, April 20th at 1212 North 52nd Street.

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Benjamin Franklin Parkway, with City Hall and...

Benjamin Franklin Parkway, with City Hall and Reyburn Plaza in view. Reyburn plaza is that area with the trees currently occupied by the Municipal Services Building. Photographed here in 1949.

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    IRS fixes key tax filing system after prolonged outage
    The IRS repaired a key electronic tax return filing system Tuesday after a prolonged outage that had left it unable to accept potentially millions of returns on the last day of tax filing season. The agency announced the fix in a brief statement and didn't provide any immediate details on what went wrong or how many filers were affected.

2 days ago

Greater Brewerytown CDC shared CollegeHumor's...

Humor (sort of): https://www.facebook.com/CollegeHumor/videos/10155658878802807/

    Even Reagan and Obama would have agreed that filing your taxes should be easier...So why isn't it? Watch Adam Ruins Everything Presents: ReAnimated History on truTV! #AdamRuinsEverything

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    Philly coffee stats: Chains outshine locals and Dunkin' reigns supreme
    Bonus points: We've got the fewest number of Starbucks per capita among big US cities. Philly doesn't slack when it comes to coffee. There are literally hundreds of places offering opportunities to score your morning (or afternoon, or late night) caffeine fix. But it turns out when compared to 10 other major U.S.

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    Pa. legislature approves changes in worker's comp prescriptions
    HARRISBURG -- A change may be on the way concerning how drugs are dispensed under Pennsylvania's worker's compensation program. The state House on Monday voted 101 to 92 for a bill that was drawn up in response to reports in the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News about doctors and law firms specializing in worker's compensation that were operating their own pharmacies.


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