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DiCicco: Scrap the Trash Fee, Raise Property Taxes

DiCicco: Scrap Trash Fee, Raise Property Taxes. Frankie says a property-tax hike is fairer; Jim Kenney backs him up. [Daily News] Analysis: Pa. Has More […]

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60 Seconds With Preston & Steve

Listen here Hear PRESTON & STEVE weekday mornings on 93.3 WMMR

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60 Seconds With Preston & Steve

Listen here Hear PRESTON & STEVE weekday mornings on 93.3 WMMR

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60 Seconds With Preston & Steve

Listen here Listen to PRESTON & STEVE weekday mornings on 93.3 WMMR

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60 Seconds With Preston & Steve

Listen here Listen to PRESTON & STEVE weekday mornings on 93.3 WMMR

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Reducing Sugary Beverages: The Nuclear Option

If the Mayor wants to be serious about getting sugary drinks out of the hands of Philadelphia citizens, the proposed tax of 2 cents per […]

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An Injustice in Delaware County

A few days ago, America marked the 153rd anniversary of the worst judicial decision in its entire history. It was on March 6, 1857 that […]

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The Real Pay to Play

I was disappointed that, at the Haddon Township School Board meeting on Monday night, no one threw a shoe. Or a folding metal chair. Or […]

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60 Seconds With Preston & Steve

Do puppies grow on trees? Listen now Listen to PRESTON & STEVE weekday mornings on 93.3 WMMR

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60 Seconds With Preston & Steve

Do puppies grow on trees? Listen now Listen to PRESTON & STEVE weekday mornings on 93.3 WMMR

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Who’s Really to Blame for the Trash Tax?

Mayor Nutter has resorted to picking through the city’s trash to find a way to balance next year’s budget with its $150 million shortfall. Last […]

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How to Save Local TV News

Local TV news is a frog in a boiling pot. You may have heard the metaphor before. If you put a frog into a pot […]

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Welcome to the Philly Post

So … what do you want to talk about today? I’m not big on vision statements, but to the extent this new enterprise has one, […]

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Best of Philly 2008: The Best Philadelphian is Mary Seton Corboy

MARY SETON CORBOY IS just a farmer. A farmer in a faded Greensgrow Farm t-shirt and two right-handed gardening gloves. A farmer with a constant […]