Five effects we’d see, from dirtier neighborhoods to more foreclosures.
Council President Darrell Clarke calls this “the most unpredictable and ominous climate” in his 17 years there.
There’s been a lot of movement this week.
“I don’t think that there’s any one clear answer.”
It’s a huge deal and nearly a year in the making.
Relish, Philly Dems’ de-facto HQ, was ‘like that party scene from The Godfather.’
“In business, you’re on time… If you’re 15 minutes late, it’s a problem.”
Electeds and reverends railed against the GOP presidential candidate’s meeting in town.
A full-time coordinator will be assigned to each school to oversee the process.
“We know way more about bottled water and soda consumption than we ever imagined.”
Want the city of Philadelphia to ban assault weapons? State law prohibits them from doing so.
Philadelphia is on track to become the first major city in America to pass a soda tax.
Everyone agrees Philadelphia needs universal pre-K — but how to pay for it has sparked debate.
“Consumption (is) primarily in low-income neighborhoods,” Clarke said. “I don’t know why it’s that difficult to say.”