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Morning Headlines: Union League Bids for Another Golf Club

For the second time in recent memory, the Union League is getting ready to bid on a local golf club, which might come as a […]

Foobooz

Northeast Philadelphia’s Hesh’s Bakery Has Closed

Hesh’s Eclair Bake Shoppe has closed in Northeast Philadelphia. The Jewish bakery had been in business for 54-years. The details are scant but a message […]

Property

Property’s Most Popular Posts of 2013

Property opened its virtual doors in March, so it hasn’t been quite one year yet. But here are the posts that were the most popular […]

Property

Morning-of-the-Day-Before-Christmas Headlines: The Waters Rise

The water main break’s gallons are equal to more than 30 Olympic-size swimming pools. Of course the big story of the day for those in […]

Foobooz

It’s Friday the Firkinteenth (Now with Extra Wow)

Friday the Firkinteenth is the event Northeast Philadelphia’s Grey Lodge is most known for. Every Friday the Thirteenth the bar stocks its bar with firkins […]

City Life

NEast Philly Is Folding

After five years of publication, the website NEast Philly is shutting down at the end of the year. Here’s what editor/owner Shannon McDonald had to […]

Property

Midday Headlines: Cira Centre Pong Makes Guinness Book of World Records

• Pong on the Cira Centre has earned a a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records, as Technical.ly Philly reports. • The Inquirer’s […]

City Life

Faith-Healing Couple Plead Guilty to Murder

Herbie and Cathy Schaible, who have now had two of their own children die on their watches, have pled no contest (guilty) to a charge […]

City Life

Fetters Mill Bridge Closes

The perpetually troublesome Fetters Mill Bridge, which is more than a century old, has been shut down by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.