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Bobby Henon Has Done This 53 Times Since the FBI Raided His Offices

Councilman Bobby Henon is still refusing to answer any questions about the FBI’s raid of his offices 24 days ago.


Henon Goes Three Weeks Without Answering a Question About the FBI Raid

A reporter’s worst fear is being called “silly” by an anonymous PR flack. So when that nightmare came to pass this morning after Billy Penn […]


20 Days of Silence: Bobby Henon Still Won’t Talk About the FBI Raids

Twenty days ago, the offices of Council Majority Leader Bobby Henon — as well as the home of his powerful ally John “Johnny Doc” Dougherty — were raided by […]

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Report: FBI Warrant Offers Deeper Look Into Johnny Doc Investigation

A search warrant is reportedly yielding new insight into the FBI’s investigation of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 98 and John Dougherty, the union’s business […]


You Won’t Believe What Bobby Henon Said About the FBI Raid (Psych, He Didn’t Say Anything)

It’s been 19 days since the FBI raided City Councilman Bobby Henon’s office, and he still won’t answer any questions about it.


Another Day, Another Refusal By Bobby Henon to Talk About the FBI Raids

It’s been 18 days since the FBI searched Councilman Bobby Henon’s office, and he still isn’t answering any questions about it.


17 Days After FBI Raided His Office, Bobby Henon Is Still Silent

Will Councilman Bobby Henon ever answer questions about the fact that the FBI searched his office on August 5th?


Bobby Henon *Still* Not Answering Questions About FBI Raid

Councilman Bobby Henon is still not answering questions about the FBI raid of his office two weeks ago. We asked for an interview earlier this week. […]


Bobby Henon Won’t Answer Any Questions About the FBI’s Raid of His Office

Two Fridays ago, the FBI stormed into City Councilman Bobby Henon’s office and packaged up a bunch of … stuff? Files? Receipts? Correspondence? Hard to […]


Teamsters to Pro-Soda Tax Lawmakers: No More Campaign Money For You

What do special interest groups want for their campaign donations? Are they looking for favors, access, or just a sympathetic ear? Most of the time, voters can only speculate (and worry) about the answers […]


The Soda Tax Battle’s Biggest Winners and Losers

One of the longest and most expensive political wars in recent Philadelphia history has come to an end. On Thursday, City Council voted 13-4 to enact a tax on […]


Pennypack Park May Soon Have an Electronic Billboard Near It

A small stretch of land near Pennypack Park along State Road may soon be home to an electronic billboard. A City Council committee voted last Tuesday to rezone […]


How Jim Kenney’s Big Soda Tax Victory Is Upending City Hall

For years, Philadelphians saw government dysfunction everywhere they looked. In City Hall, former Mayor Michael Nutter was so impotent that he couldn’t persuade a single Council […]


Sources: Kenney to Propose a Soda Tax

City Hall sources tell Citified that Mayor Jim Kenney is going to propose a soda tax next week at his first budget address. We don’t know […]


Bobby Henon’s Promotion Is a Big Deal

City Councilman Bobby Henon got a promotion this week: His Democratic colleagues unanimously elected him to be their new majority leader, a position on the body […]