NinetyNine

Katie Colaneri
Katie Colaneri
  • March 30, 2016

    Philly councilman questions if third penny of soda tax is really worth it

    Philadelphia's proposed tax on sugary drinks is 3 cents per ounce, but the final penny isn't expected to bring in much revenue, the city...
  • November 6, 2015

    Mayor-elect Kenney's transition team meets the press

    The day after mayor-elect Jim Kenney released the names of all members of his massive transition team, he brought some of them to meet the press at th...
  • November 4, 2015

    Mayor-elect Kenney revisits school to reiterate plan for citywide pre-K [photos]

    The day after winning the Philadelphia mayor's race, Jim Kenney returned to a public elementary school he visited on the campaign trail. One kind...
  • October 28, 2015 |  OCTOBER 28 / THE NINETYNINE

    Anti-violence group releases rap video for Murray Bailey

    Campaign raps are definitely becoming a thing in Philadelphia. Ori Feibush had one written for his failed City Council bid during the primary (which, ...
  • October 20, 2015 |  OCTOBER 19, 2015 / NINETYNINE

    Philly mayoral candidates spar over luring new jobs and expanding port

    Philadelphia's Democratic mayoral nominee Jim Kenney has been careful not to publicly take his party's 7-to-1 voter registration edge for gr...
  • October 15, 2015 |  OCTOBER 15, 2015 / NINETYNINE

    Radio Times asks third-party candidates why they're really running for mayor

    WHYY's Radio Times continued its weekly series of interviews with the Philadelphia mayoral candidates today with Socialist Worker Party candidate...
  • October 9, 2015 |  OCTOBER 9, 2015 / NINETYNINE

    Bailey, local activists say politicians ignore gun violence in Philly

    Standing on the corner of Eighth and Diamond Streets, Republican mayoral candidate Melissa Murray Bailey called a press conference Friday morning to c...
  • October 8, 2015 |  October 8, 2015 / NINETYNINE

    Wolf formally endorses Kenney for mayor

    File this one under: Huh? That didn't already happen?
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