Mike DeNardo

Phila. Officials Announce Effort To Save Money, Create Jobs By Making City Buildings More Energy EfficientThe Mayor and City Council President have announced a ten-year effort to save money and create jobs, by making city buildings, businesses and homes greener.
Gov. Wolf Previews Part Of His Budget For Next Year During Phila. VisitHe says he's planning next year's budget knowing the current year's is more than seven months late.
Historic Ocean Liner SS United States May Sail AgainThe S.S. United States, the huge ship rusting for two decades along Columbus Boulevard, may set sail again.
Penn Students Develop Concept To Shorten Beer Brewing ProcessWhat if brewers could speed-up the fermentation of beer? A trio of Penn students believe they've discovered a way to do that.
SEPTA Working To Remove Snow Near Bus StopsSEPTA says it's working to remove those small mountains of streetside snow near bus stops.
Philly School District Settles With Charter That Allegedly Faked Signatures The School Reform Commission tonight votes on an agreement settling allegations that a charter school fraudulently billed the district.
Voracek To Be Honored By Philadelphia Sports Writers AssociationThe Philadelphia Sports Writers Association will honor Voracek at its annual awards banquet February 1 as its Philadelphia Pro Athlete of the Year.
New Jersey School Skips Legal Battle, Will No Longer Recite "God Bless America"Rather than engage in an expensive legal battle, Sassano sent an email to parents over the weekend saying the school will look for alternate ways to honor those in the September 11th tragedy rather than reciting "God Bless America."
Despite Warm Weather, Natural Gas Charges May Be HigherThe extra PGW charge is called a Weather Normalization Adjustment.
Unanimous Yes Vote To Extend Contract Of Superintendent William HiteThe School Reform Commission by a 4-0 vote approved the deal which would keep William Hite as superintendent until August of 2022, at $300,000 a year.
Local Art Highlights A Reborn Philadelphia HotelThe luxury hotel that used to be the Four Seasons on Logan Square reopens today as The Logan.
Burlington County Committee To Vote On Whether Or Not To Uproot Shade Tree CommissionThe township committee in Southampton, Burlington County, votes tonight on whether to uproot the local shade tree commission.

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