7 hours ago

Cobbs Creek Neighbors shared Community Legal ...

    Available Positions at Community Legal Services | Community Legal Services of Philadelphia
    © 2018 Community Legal Services of Philadelphia
    https://clsphila.org

15 hours ago

On September 20th Drexel University Kline Sch...

On September 20th Drexel University Kline School of Law and Good Shepherd Mediation Program (who came to our meeting last month) will be co-hosting a screening of the new documentary Circle Up, "the story of a grieving mother, the men who murdered her son, and the unexpected relationships they create to prevent more violence." Drexel University Law School Thursday, September 20, 2018 from 05:30 pm to 08:00 pm http://circleupdoc.com/about/

    about the film
    A restorative justice documentary film about a group of Boston mothers who seek true justice for their murdered sons.
    http://circleupdoc.com

39 hours ago

"Listen to an inspiring presentation by Jorda...

"Listen to an inspiring presentation by Jordan Burnham. Jordan is a professional mental health speaker from Active Minds who speaks out about his struggles with anxiety and depression. His story gives hope a voice. A popular student athlete, Jordan Burnham was elected Freshman Class President, got good grades and had a loving family, including an older sister he adored. But the smiling happy face was a mask he wore to cover the anxiety and depression that lay beneath the surface—fear that he wasn’t good enough, difficulty with the transition into high school, pressure to excel academically as well as in sports. A year later, he found himself in a treatment center, and not long after that, in a hospital bed, following a suicide attempt. Now, Jordan speaks out about his struggles, a messenger of hope for others- that although we can’t choose the things that happen to us we CAN choose how we cope with them."

    Jordan Burnham (Active Minds) speaks about mental health coping & surviving
    The Mental Health First Aid unit of the Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual DisAbility Services (DBHIDS) invites you to - Listen to an inspiring presentation by Jordan Burnham. Jordan is a professional mental health speaker from Active Minds who speaks out about his struggles with anxiety and depression.
    https://www.eventbrite.com

47 hours ago

2 days ago

  • ELECTRICAL PERMIT

    100AMP SERVICE, PANEL, METER & GROUNDING AS PER NEC 2008 WEST DISTRICT

    254 S ALDEN ST Issued May 18, 2018 Comment

3 days ago

Cobbs Creek Neighbors shared a link.

    SEPTA will stop issuing paper transfers this summer
    SEPTA announced that beginning Wednesday, Aug. 1, all SEPTA passengers must have a Key Card to get that transfer discount that saves a rider from paying double the fare when his or her trip requires traveling multiple SEPTA routes .
    http://www.phillyvoice.com

3 days ago

How can we encourage more active participatio...

How can we encourage more active participation in elections? Change starts with us, and it starts by exercising your franchise. There are few people who legitimately can't vote, even formerly incarcerated and some who are currently incarcerated can. So let's do this!

    What we can learn from low Pa. primary election turnout, and why it matters that just 1 in 6 Philly voters showed up
    Turnout in Tuesday's primary election was lower in the city than in the rest of the state. Experts cited many reasons for that, and a resultant problem: Uneven voting makes for uneven representation. - Jonathan Lai, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News
    http://www.philly.com

3 days ago

4 days ago

Cobbs Creek Neighbors shared The Enterprise C...

    The history in pictures of West Philadelphia's forgotten 'Flatiron building' | Inga Saffron
    Thanks to the internet and social media outlets like Instagram, we have more opportunities than ever to view images of buildings and places we might never visit. But quantity shouldn't be confused with quality. Those two-dimensional concentrations of pixels can tell us only so much.
    http://www.philly.com

4 days ago

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6 days ago

  • ALTERATION PERMIT

    MAKE SAFE PERMIT- FOR P.E. REPORT SUBMITTED FOR STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS TO RESOLVE CASE #598075. ABUTTING SIDEWALK MUST BE CLOSED WITH FENCING A MINIMUM OF 6' IN HEIGHT. SEPARATE STREETS DEPARTMENT PERMIT REQUIRED FOR SIDEWALK CLOSURE. A SEPARATE PERMIT IS REQUIRED FOR ANY ADDITIONAL ALTERATIONS THAT ARE NOT SPECIFICALLY ADDRESSED ON CASE #598075.TO FRAME UP REAR BUILDING & CLOSE UP ALL ENTRY POINTS

    5833 LARCHWOOD AVE Issued May 16, 2018 Comment
  • ALTERATION PERMIT

    MAKE SAFE PERMIT TO COMPLY CASE #619295. WORK TO INCLUDE REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF ROOF JOISTS (LESS THAN 2/3). ALL WORK TO BE COMPLETED PER ENGINEER'S PLAN; PREPARED BY JAMES CLANCY. ENGINEER RESPONSIBLE FOR SUPERVISION OF REQUIRED SPECIAL INSPECTIONS. SEPARATE PERMIT REQUIRED FOR ANY OTHER PROPOSED WORK (INSULATION, FINISHES, ETC.) AND CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY OF THIS STRUCTURE. NO OTHER WORK AUTHORIZED BY THIS PERMIT.

    5717 HAZEL AVE Issued May 16, 2018 Comment

May 18

Cobbs Creek Neighbors shared Friends of the W...

Friends of the Wissahickon has three summer jobs open.

    Friends of the Wissahickon
    FOW is hiring! We're looking for 3 dedicated seasonal outreach assistants to share FOW's mission and responsible park use principles. Apply here today: http://ow.ly/GwBd30jUZHG
    https://www.facebook.com

May 18

Cobbs Creek Neighbors shared Philadelphia Par...

    Philadelphia Parks & Recreation
    Time is running out to become a Philly lifeguard! Summer pay starts at $13.65 per hour.
    http://www.facebook.com

May 18

May 17

Suspect in shooting death of 23-year-old Penn State student Dominique Oglesby arrested

Police have made an arrest in the killing of 23-year-old Penn State student Dominique Oglesby on March 18 near 52nd and Market. Julius Scott, 25, was arrested on Wednesday morning on the 5700 block of Pine Street, just a couple blocks from the 18th District police station.

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Police have made an arrest in the killing of 23-year-old Penn State student Dominique Oglesby on March 18 near 52nd and Market. Julius Scott, 25, was arrested on Wednesday morning on the 5700 block of Pine Street, just a couple blocks from the 18th District police station.

    Suspect in shooting death of 23-year-old Penn State student Dominique Oglesby arrested
    Police have made an arrest in the killing of 23-year-old Penn State student Dominique Oglesby on March 18 near 52nd and Market. Julius Scott, 25, was arrested on Wednesday morning on the 5700 block of Pine Street, just a couple blocks from the 18th District police station.
    http://www.westphillylocal.com

May 16

Alleged gunman in murder of Penn State student Dominique Oglesby arrested

US Marshals confirm they picked up Julius Scott on the 5700 block of Pine Street just after 6 a.m.

    Alleged gunman in murder of Penn State student Dominique Oglesby arrested
    Oglesby was gunned down outside of a West Philadelphia bar in March.
    http://6abc.com

May 16

Mystery pretzels, moldy tomatoes and bloody floors recently closed Philadelphia eateries

412 S 54th St.

5562 Chancellor St.

This article has 26 other Philadelphia locations (Show)

1575 N. 52nd St.

3862 Sydenham St.

1849 S. 12th St.

4322 Market St.

6311 Lansdowne Ave.

1127 N 40th St.

1265 E Chelten Ave.

3605 Spruce St.

2955 Market St.

3000 Market St.

4640 Roosevelt Blvd.

7288 Woodland Ave.

1332 N. 9th St. UNIT #6

2024 S 68th St.

3401 Spruce St.

5140 Market St.

1526 Race St.

2900 N Bonsall St.

184 E Evergreen Ave.

3201 N Randolph St.

138 N 10th St.

200 S 38th St.

1455 Franklin Mills Cir.

4353 N 5th St.

1337 S 58th St.

7142 Frankford Ave.

    Mystery pretzels, moldy tomatoes and bloody floors recently closed Philadelphia eateries
    Pretzels are part of the cultural fabric of Philadelphia. They are an essential at every office party, Sunday afternoon football spread, and the preferred anytime snack for kids and adults. In this round of Clean Plates' reports on inspections of city eateries, one establishment crossed a line and served up pretzels from an unknown source.
    http://www.philly.com

May 16

May 15

The next time you think voting has no impact,...

The next time you think voting has no impact, please read this.

    Philadelphia write-in candidate: I won with one vote
    A Philadelphia resident was shocked to receive a letter Friday saying they won an election earlier in the month - apparently because no one else cast a vote. "I literally yelled 'what the hell' when I opened the letter," Phillip Garcia told The Hill.
    http://thehill.com

May 15

Cobbs Creek Neighbors shared Sixty-Six Wards'...

Follow elections results here...

    Sixty-Six Wards
    Philadelphia! The polls are open! Sixty-Six Wards is live-tracking election turnout. And we need *your* help! First, vote. When you do, share your voter number with us, and then live track the...
    https://www.facebook.com

May 15

VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE #VOTE

VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE #VOTE

    https://www.facebook.com

May 15

Blanche A. Nixon/Cobbs Creek Library added 2 ...

The Philadelphia Orchestra Sound All Round Program at the library !!!

    Blanche A. Nixon/Cobbs Creek Library
    Blanche A. Nixon/Cobbs Creek Library added a new photo.
    https://www.facebook.com

May 15

Cobbs Creek Neighbors shared U.S. Democratic ...

TODAY WE VOTE!

    U.S. Democratic Socialists
    U.S. Democratic Socialists. 805K likes. We educate and organize for a more progressive, people powered movement that fights back against oppressive corporate and moneyed interests in our politics. We...
    https://www.facebook.com

May 14

18th District Crime Prevention Event

The 18th Police District would like to cordially invite the members of our community to participate in our upcoming Crime Prevention Event.The event is scheduled for Friday March 29, 2013 from 10:00AM to 3:00PM at the Sayre High School parking lot, located at 5800 Walnut St in the rear.

    18th District Crime Prevention Event
    Our goal is to spread awareness and participation of the below listed programs that will help combat property related crimes in our community. is a Property Identification Program developed to aid in the prevention of crime and identification of personal property in the event that it is lost or stolen (e.g.
    https://blog.phillypolice.com

May 13

  • ELECTRICAL PERMIT

    100AMP SERVICE,DEDICATED BATHROOM CIRCUIT,3 BEDROOM CIRCUITS AND LIGHTING,3 WAY CIRCUIT,2-10YR BATTERY SMOKES AND 1-120V SMOKE DETECTORS PER 2008 NEC (SFD)

    5615 LARCHWOOD AVE Issued May 11, 2018 Comment

May 12

May 11

Blood on Elmwood sidewalk attests to violent 18-hour span in Philly

3:40 a.m. A 43-year-old man was shot in a leg in West Philadelphia. He said he had just parked his car on the 5800 block of Pine Street and was walking home when three men announced a stickup. He was in stable condition at Penn-Presbyterian.

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The gunfire outside the restaurant at 6515 Elmwood Ave. erupted about 7:15 p.m. Police said the two victims and the gunman and...

...attacked him for reasons he did not know. Kabba dropped his food and ran to 65th Street and Elmwood to alert a friend that he had been attacked. When the two returned to the...

10:05 a.m.: Todd Washington, 28, of the 5700 block of Wheeler Street in Southwest Philadelphia, was found shot in the head on the 800 block of North 42nd Street in Belmont. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

10:05 a.m.: Todd Washington, 28, of the 5700 block of Wheeler Street in Southwest Philadelphia, was found shot in the head on the 800 block of North 42nd Street in Belmont. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

1:30 p.m.: Tracey McKinney, 45, of the 3300 block of Goodman Street in Franklinville, was found on the 1300 block of West Erie Avenue in Franklinville with gunshot wounds to his back, an arm, and a leg. He was taken to Temple University Hospital and pronounced dead at 3:31 p.m.

1:30 p.m.: Tracey McKinney, 45, of the 3300 block of Goodman Street in Franklinville, was found on the 1300 block of West Erie Avenue in Franklinville with gunshot wounds to his back, an arm, and a leg. He was taken to Temple University Hospital and pronounced dead at 3:31 p.m.

...block of West Garfield Street in Germantown, was found shot in the chest on the 6900 block of Torresdale Avenue in Tacony. Luke was inside a nearby Chinese takeout restaurant when a shooter entered and...

10 p.m.: Bicycle officers in South Philadelphia heard gunshots and found a 61-year-old man shot in the groin and sitting on a stoop on the 2200 block of South Eighth Street. He was taken to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, where he was in critical but stable condition.

11 p.m.: A 29-year-old man was shot in the shoulder while walking on the 2500 block of Federal Street, Grays Ferry. He was in stable condition at Penn-Presbyterian Medical Center. Police found ballistics evidence in front of a rowhouse that has been used in the filming of Creed II.

11:15 p.m.: A 28-year-old man was shot in the face on the 4200 block of Lancaster Avenue in Powelton. He was taken to Penn-Presbyterian, where he was in stable condition.

    Blood on Elmwood sidewalk attests to violent 18-hour span in Philly
    Karamo Kaba, grief etched on his face, stood Thursday on the sidewalk outside BI's Restaurant in Elmwood and stared at the blood of his nephew Cherno Kabba, 24, one of two men shot to death Wednesday night after what police said was a dispute with two other men.
    http://www.philly.com

May 10

  • ELECTRICAL PERMIT

    HOOK UP 2 HOT ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS IN BASEMENT AND HOOK UP 2 HOT AIR FURNACES PER 2008 NEC (TWO FAMILY)

    403 S 56TH ST Issued May 8, 2018 Comment

May 09

Cobbs Creek Neighbors shared A.W. Christy Rec...

    A.W. Christy Recreation Center
    FUNdraisier Fridays @ Christy!!!! Come support our Christy Youth as they sell fresh made to order Christy Creme donuts. 🍩🍩🍩🍩!!!😋 They are $1 for 2 or $.75 for 1. Toppings include: choc. Drizzle,...
    http://www.facebook.com

May 09

One of the ballot questions for next week.

One of the ballot questions for next week.

    Philly voters to decide if city workers will be trained to prevent sexual harassment
    Since the #MeToo movement has gained momentum over the last nine months, corporations across the country and in Philadelphia are evaluating their policies on sexual harassment and sexual misconduct. Many employees have sat through training sessions on the topic. But for city workers in Philadelphia - which does have a prevention policy - there's no mandatory training in place.
    https://whyy.org

Apr 14

Updated May 09

Late night crimes

This is for everyone traveling near 63rd and market be very careful. Two nights in a row we heard people screaming for help really late at night. One person ran down my block screaming at the top of her lungs help this guy tried to rob me. Lots of people on the called 911. Not sure if she’s ok. So be careful

  • GOOD MORNING I HAVE CONCERNS ABOUT THE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT BEING BUILD ALL OVER THE CITY. WHAT'S THE PLAN FOR HOUSING UNITS AND WHO DO I TALK TO.

May 09

Cobbs Creek Neighbors shared Sixty-Six Wards'...

    Announcing the Live Election Tracker!
    Philadelphia's 2018 Primary elections are coming on May 15th. I'm excited to announce that Sixty-Six Wards will be *live tracking* turnout on election day. And I need help from you! What I need from you On election day, vote! When you sign in to vote, you can see what number voter you are in your division.
    http://www.sixtysixwards.com

May 09

We have an election on May 15th, have you don...

We have an election on May 15th, have you done your homework and decided who and what you'll vote for? As always Committee of Seventy has put together a bipartisan guide and has some tools on their website to help you choose the candidates that best represent you. They also have ballot questions spelled out in plain English so you can study up before election day.

    Committee of Seventy
    ALL voters in Philadelphia can vote "Yes" or "No" on three ballot questions to appear on the May 15 election. Each question, if approved by a majority of voters, would amend the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter, the body of the law describing the construction of City government (e.g.
    https://seventy.org

May 08

Cooking Classes are back!

Cooking Classes are back!

    Blanche A. Nixon/Cobbs Creek Library
    Cooking Classes are back!
    https://www.facebook.com

May 08

Check out our May Calendar and see what we ar...

Check out our May Calendar and see what we are doing here at your Nixon/Cobbs Branch!

    Blanche A. Nixon/Cobbs Creek Library
    Check out our May Calendar and see what we are doing here at your Nixon/Cobbs Branch!
    https://www.facebook.com

May 08

Cobbs Creek Neighbors shared Polco's post.

    State Senator Anthony H. Williams just posted on Polco to get input, feedback, and ideas.
    Are you in favor of lowering the minimum voting age from eighteen, to sixteen?. Visit Polco now to respond and share your thoughts.
    https://polco.us

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