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Is Philly Doing Enough to Save Cardiac Arrest Victims?

Last April, 15-year-old St. Joe’s Prep student Ryan Gillyard collapsed while jumping rope at his football team’s conditioning workout. Gillyard had undetected hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a […]

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Michael Nutter to Stump for Hillary Clinton in Wilmington

“When I support a candidate, I fully support that candidate,” said former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter back in 2008 while standing by his endorsement of Hillary Clinton in spite […]

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Nutter Blasts Sanders for Clinton “Qualifications” Comment

Former Philly Mayor Michael Nutter blasted Bernie Sanders for Sanders’ comments that Hillary Clinton isn’t qualified to be president. Sanders made his comments Wednesday at […]

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Op-Ed: How Kenney Proved He’s Serious About Open Data

(Editor’s note: This is an opinion column from guest writer Mark Headd. He was the Chief Data Officer for the City of Philadelphia from 2012 […]

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This Cool New Tool Lets You Look Up the Salaries of City Workers

For years, open data advocates have been calling on Philadelphia to publish the salaries of city workers. Today, they finally prevailed: Mayor Jim Kenney announced this afternoon that the city had put the […]

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Insider: Kenney Didn’t Break His Promise to End Stop-and-Frisk

(Editor’s note: This is an opinion column from a Citified insider.) There’s a difference between the truth and facts. Facts are plain, simple and elementary: He […]

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The Best Thing That Happened This Week: Lisa Nutter Went Wheeling and Dealing in Cuba

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Most Philly Voters Support a Soda Tax, Says Kenney Poll*

Fifty-seven percent of Philadelphia voters supported a soda tax last fall, according to a poll conducted for Jim Kenney’s mayoral campaign at the time. Forty percent opposed it. That gives […]

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Kenney Spokeswoman Retracts Statement Slamming Nutter Aide

You might remember that in January the Kenney administration — suddenly stuck defending a stop-and-frisk lawsuit it didn’t want to defend — blamed a top […]

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10 Things to Know About Kenney’s Ambitious, Expensive Budget Proposal

What a difference a couple months makes. When Mayor Jim Kenney delivered his Inauguration Day speech in January, he announced few new or detailed plans. When he gives his first […]

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Kenney Is Officially Ending Brownouts

Mayor Jim Kenney will officially put an end to one of his predecessor’s most controversial policies tomorrow. A spokeswoman for Kenney says he will announce Thursday that he […]

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WATCH: Michael Nutter Criticizes Bernie Sanders on CNN

This is Mike Nutter, TV pundit: Provocative words, sleep-inducing tone. Nutter went on CNN Tuesday night to discuss the New Hampshire primary results — CNN commentator […]

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Nutter Lands Yet Another Job, at a Bloomberg Initiative

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Former Mayor Michael Nutter has landed a new gig. This time, it’s as a 2016 senior fellow for What Works […]

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Jim Kenney’s Team: Mostly White, Majority Women

Last May, Jim Kenney won the mayoral primary in an eye-popping, record-breaking landslide, the likes of which hadn’t been seen in almost 40 years. His […]

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Nutter Scores Another Job, As a CNN Commentator

Back in November, then-Mayor Michael Nutter told a reporter that he wanted to “do something really radical” when he left office: make “money for the first time […]