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Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown will introduce a bill on Thursday levying a tax on beverage containers as an alternative to Mayor Jim Kenney’s proposed soda […]
Mayor Jim Kenney was elected last year with a very broad, diverse coalition. Once in office, he promised to make his staff just as diverse. At a budget hearing […]
This morning, as promised, the Philadelphia chapter of the National Organization for Women held a press conference in City Council’s Caucus room in City Hall […]
A ballot measure this upcoming Election Day is critical for Philadelphia’s LGBT community and their allies: City residents will head to the polls to vote on […]
The light step of sneakers on tile corridors echoes over people sitting in the sixth floor corridor at City Hall as they wait to report […]
Good morning, Philadelphia. Here’s what you need to know today: The Dodgers’ Chase Utley has been suspended two games for a controversial slide that broke […]
1. There Are Dozens of Adarians Registered to Vote in Philly The gist: Ever heard of Adarians? Oh, you haven’t? Weird. They’re a “species of bipedal humanoids from the […]
Philadelphia City Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown has a city-owned car, a 2008 Ford. Or, rather: She had a city-owned car, until someone stole it from […]
(Editor’s note: This is an opinion column from a Citified insider.) My father used to tell the story of an elephant running furiously through the […]
Efforts to make Philadelphia greener continue. Currently, for example, having LEED Gold and Platinum certification allows builders within certain zoning districts to increase their height […]
Might this be the push builders need to get their green on when it comes to residential projects? Last week, Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown introduced […]
This afternoon, Philadelphia City Council passed a bill to make permanent the Mayor’s Office of LGBT Affairs, which is currently headed by Director Helen Fitzpatrick. But […]
Philadelphia City Council passed two bills Thursday in hopes of making “Filthadelphia” a little more like Disneyland.
Philadelphia City Council passed legislation Thursday to allow large-size digital billboards in a part of Center City near the Reading Terminal Market and Convention Center. Critics […]
This afternoon Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown introduced a bill in City Council that would make permanent the Mayor’s Office of LGBT Affairs. The move is […]