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Police cruiser hit on the Boulevard

A car slammed into a police cruiser late last night on Roosevelt Boulevard. The incident happened near the intersection at Lott Street near Whitman Plaza, while the officers were out…

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Modena Park woman stabbed by granddaughter

A 64-year-old woman was stabbed by her granddaughter this morning in her Modena Park home. The woman was stabbed twice in the abdomen early this morning on the 3400-block of Brookview…

    • The persistent rain couldn't dampen the enthusiasm of Ryan fans, who cheered on their team to the very end, despite the 38-6 loss to Judge.

Photos: Catholic League football coverage

Ryan vs. Judge More photos below: For the scores, stats, photos, videos and team information on the Northeast's Big Seven's high school football teams, go to NEast Philly's High School Football…

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Man arrested for taking grenades to Franklin Mills theater

Police have arrested a 39-year-old man for bringing two hand grenades into Franklin Mills movie theater. Kevin Michael took a bus to the mall wearing two World War II-era MK2 hand…

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Food For Thought: recipes to stay home for

With the increasing financial hardship and economic strain, more NEasters are choosing to dine in and save some money, rather then eat out.  Given the fact that more and more people…

Steinberg: A master plan for the river

Steinberg: A master plan for the river Click the link above to read the opinion pieice in today's Daily News written by PennPraxis Executive Director Harris Steinberg, who asks why the…

Casinos lobby legislature on table game licensing and tax limits

SugarHouse, Foxwoods, and two other Pennsylvania casinos Thursday sent letters to every state legislator asking them to limit the cost of table games to a one-time $10 million licensing fee and…

Foxwoods meets first PGCB deadline

Foxwoods Casino executives have met the first of the deadlines the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board attached as conditions to the two-year license extension it granted in August.By the end of…

Commissioner DiBerardinis Seeks Community Input on Merger of Parks & Recreation

Dear Friend of Parks and Recreation, I would like to extend an invitation for you to join me for a conversation on the merger of Philadelphia's  Fairmount Park System and Department…

Reason Online: climate bill must do more for clean transportation

From the T4America newsletter: With the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee expected to release their version of the climate bill tomorrow, we’re all anxiously waiting to see what the bill…

SEPTA issues customer service survey

SEPTA issues customer service survey This fall SEPTA is publishing a set of surveys to evaluate the various transit services the Authority provides.  The surveys are limited to aspects of Convenience,…

Councilmen DiCicco and Kenney write bill to reform L&I

Weekly Press: Councilmen DiCicco and Kenney write bill to reform L&I As any Philadelphian knows, when it comes time to report an issue to L & I, they often do…

TOMORROW: Grand opening of Fair Food Farmstand at Reading Terminal

On Friday, Oct. 2 Reading Terminal Market will celebrate the grand opening of the new Fair Food Farmstand as the signature farmers’ market for the region’s growing local food movement. In…

Powelton Neighborhood Plan unveiled to some skepticism

University City Review: Powelton Neighborhood Plan unveiled to some skepticism The fifty or so Powelton residents who gathered at the Community Education Center, 3500 Lancaster Ave, last Tuesday, September 22nd,…

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Open for business

NEast Philly is officially open for business! Though we've been up and running for almost a solid year now, the process of becoming a recognized and legitimate business was a slow…

    • Lincoln's QB Joe McCausland (who also punts, places kick and plays defense) breaks into the open on a run while keeping his eyes open for potential receivers. He's aided in his escape from the

Photos: Public League football coverage

Lincoln vs. Central More photos below: Washington vs. Overbrook For the scores, stats, photos, videos and team information on the Northeast's Big Seven's high school football teams, go to NEast Philly's…

Real NEastate: Home inspection kills deal

Q: I was trying to buy a home in Academy Gardens, but after I went through the home inspection I was so disappointed. There were so many things wrong. I really…

Built: a new column in the Daily News by Mark Alan Hughes

Sept. 30 An exerpt from Hughes' new column "Built" in the Daily News: "It's been 100 years since anyone walked down the streets of Philadelphia and thought, This is the future.…

    • Courtesy of Al Schmidt, Republican candidate for City Controller.

Al Schmidt: Republican candidate for City Controller

Meet Al Schmidt. He's running for a low-profile office during increasingly tough times. Schmidt is the Republican candidate for City Controller, running against incumbent Democrat Alan Butkovitz. The City Controller…

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