Troop of mayors backs Quiñones-Sánchez for Philly Council re-election

Troop of mayors backs Quiñones-Sánchez for Philly Council re-election  An unusual alliance formed to endorse a candidate the Philadelphia Democratic Party left by the wayside.

How can Pennsylvania cities prepare for their aging populations?

How can Pennsylvania cities prepare for their aging populations? A new report outlines the challenges cities face when it comes to aging populations and offers policy recommendations to local governments.

At Norristown theater, 'In the Blood' explores world of the homeless

At Norristown theater, 'In the Blood' explores world of the homeless The homeless population in Norristown, Pennsylvania, has been asked to participate in a theater production of "In the Blood," a 1999 play loosely based on "The Scarlet Letter."

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Gay Philly priest uses written word to break 'wall of silence'
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Gay Philly priest uses written word to break 'wall of silence'

It's Father Paul F. Morrissey's duty, as an Augustinian priest, to help relieve the pain and suffering of others. But what if the pain and suffering is within the Catholic Church itself? That is the central issue Morrissey
Philadelphia Neighborhoods in Flux

Young and disadvantaged communities must actively oppose unfair redevelopment

Gentrification is definitely a heart-breaking concern in the black community. My people (black people) are being forced out of their neighborhoods, because developers see potential that my people can't afford.

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One year later, carpenters and Convention Center still at odds

One year later, carpenters and Convention Center still at odds

It's been one year since carpenters union members lost access to jobs at the Pennsylvania Convention Center after missing a key deadline to agree to new work rules.
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Spreading the carbon message as a 'Climate Reality Project' presenter

Spreading the carbon message as a 'Climate Reality Project' presenter

Richard Whiteford is about to make his third climate change presentation at the United Nations this weekend. As a "Climate Reality Project" presenter, trained by Al Gore in 2007, he's made over 250 powerpoint presentations to
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