Following the death of Kathryn Steinle, who was gunned down in San Francisco by an illegal immigrant, state Rep. John Taylor announced he will co-sponsor legislation to require state and local law enforcement agencies to comply with federal law and cooperate with federal immigration officials.
A temporary art project will take over the empty lot at the corner of Frankford and Susquehanna avenues for three weeks in August.
Amalgam Comics and Coffeehouse will be the only black woman-owned comic book store in Philadelphia, and maybe on the East Coast, when it opens this fall on Frankford Avenue.
Fishtown Recreation Center summer campers donates time and money to veterans’ organization and local landmark.
The group has operated as a nonprofit in Port Richmond since 2000 but now has a say in zoning issues, too.
Public comments will be open until Friday, Aug 7.
Star reporter Melissa Komar’s column about all things “mommy” in the River Wards.
Some campaign updates for the City of Philadelphia.
A former St. Laurentius parishioner is angry about treatment from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and others.
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Which River Wards-based businesses and people will come out on top this year?