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Kenney Announces New Licenses And Inspections CommissionerThe mayor-elect announced his new choice for commissioner today.
Effort To Put Cameras Outside Philadelphia Bars Stalls In City CouncilIt's been a full year since 21-year-old Shane Montgomery disappeared from a Manayunk bar after a night of celebration with friends. His body was later found in the Schuylkill River. Now, an effort to prevent similar tragedies this Thanksgiving eve has stalled in Philadelphia City Council.
City And Education Officials Announce New Model For Improving Phila. Public SchoolsIt's called the "Community Schools" model.
On Verge Of Year's Busiest Travel Time, Some Airport Workers Plan To Walk Off The JobThey're protesting what they say is poor treatment by employers.
Mayor Considers Adjusting Position On Immigration Enforcement, Alarming Activists"We have been advocating for changes in secure communities for five years," says deputy mayor for public safety Everett Gillison.
City Council Hearing Scheduled On Bills Needed For Construction Of The City's Second CasinoA hearing is scheduled in Philadelphia City Council, today, on the bills that are needed for construction of the city's second casino.
Veteran Homelessness Goes From Embarrassment To Success Story In PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia housing officials say they've essentially ended veteran homelessness in the city with the help of a coalition of federal and private providers.
Mayor-Elect Jim Kenney Offers Broad Hint Of Who Next Police Commissioner Will BeHe gave one very clear hint about someone who will be a major player in his administration.
Race For Republican City Council-At-Large Seats Provides Only Drama In Philly's General ElectionIt appears that one of the Republican council-at-large seats will change hands.
Phila. Mayoral Candidate Says Immigrants Should Be Treated Like Human BeingsIt's not an issue in Philadelphia's mayoral campaign, but candidate Jim Kenney spent part of his last day on the campaign trail discussing immigration policy.
Philadelphia Democrats Concerned About Low Turnout For General ElectionPhiladelphia's Democratic leaders are feeling the downside of ruling a one-party town. Turnout for the general election is expected to be so low that it could hurt their candidate's chances in the statewide judicial election on Tuesday.
Philadelphians Harmed By Water Main Break Sound Off In City CouncilPhiladelphia city officials admitted, at a city council hearing, that they did not do a great job of helping residents harmed by a June water main break in West Philadelphia.
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