Cherri Gregg

GameChangers: Norristown Men Of Excellence, Re-Investing In Their HometownNMOE currently has 19 members, who are in their 30s and leaders in their respective dues.
U.S. Postage Stamp Commemorating Philadelphia AME Church Founder Unveiled At CeremonyLater this year, the AME Church will unveil a Richard Allen mural and a statue at 6th and Lombard where it all began.
Burial Ground Beneath Queen Village Playground Named To National Register Of Historic PlacesAn 19-century African American Burial Ground discovered beneath a Center City playground has been named to the National Register of Historic Places. This honor comes just as community groups work to compromise on long debated renovations.
Progress In Construction Of Mormon Temple Becoming More Visible In PhiladelphiaIt will be the first Mormon temple in Pennsylvania.
African American Children's Book Fair Gears Up For 24th Anniversary EventThe African American Children's Book Fair is gearing up for its 24th year.
ACLU Settles Class Action That Brings More Resources For Mental Health In Pa.The agreement brings more resources to Pennsylvania inmates with severe mental illness.
Civil Rights Activist Speaks About Dr. King, Next Generation Of Leadership During Phila. VisitA former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and one of Dr. Martin Luther King's closest confidants at the time of his assassination spoke in Philadelphia Wednesday in honor of Dr. King.
Philly Police Launch 'No Savesies' Campaign, But After Storm There's No Stopping ItIn a few Philadelphia neighborhoods, residents say "savsies" is in full effect.
Former Phila. Mayor Speaks On New Role On Federal Homeland Security CouncilFormer Mayor Michael Nutter was sworn in last week as one of 40 members of a council that will advise Secretary Jeh Johnson on public safety, counter terrorism, cyber security and other issues impacting homeland security.
Family Of Late Boxing Great Joe Frazier Celebrating His Life With Party In South PhillyFormer heavyweight boxing champion, the late 'Smokin' Joe Frazier would have turned 72 today. So those who love him are throwing a birthday party at XFINITY Live in his honor.
Mummers Work To Become More Inclusive In Approach Similar To Once Exclusive Mardi GrasIt's not the only folk festival that's suffered growing pains because of hate speech.
Atlantic City Church Surrounded By Violence Is RelocatingA Church located in a dangerous section of Atlantic City will get to move to a safer location, thanks to the generous gift from a retired Jewish businessman from Cherry Hill.

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