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Nutter to sign public park land protection bill

From a press release issued by the Mayor's Office: "Mayor Nutter will sign an ordinance regulating the transfer of open, public park and recreation land under the jurisdiction of the…

Community media coverage of Green2015

NEastPhilly, an independent news site and partner of Metro writes that communites in the Northeast hoping to compliment Pennypack Park attended the fifth of six Green2015 meetings last week, events…

    • Artist JEFRE's RE:flect sculpture at 38th and Powelton features reflective sides and natural plant bedding.

Powelton Village gets green sculpture

Organizers in Powelton Village unveiled a new sculpture at 38th and Powelton Thursday afternoon. "RE:flect," as the sculpture is called, was dedicated by several organizations, including Mural Arts Program, Sustainable…

    • In Port Richmond, the Betsy Ross Bridge appears like a big sister of a railroad bridge just South.

Helicopter aerial photography shows off Northeast's Delaware Riverfront

On Memorial Day, local photographer Fred Moore—who's also the President of the Holmesburg Civic Association and a local historian—had the opportunity to photograph large swaths of the Northeast's Delaware Riverfront from…

UC Review: Franklin's Paine plans for Mantua neighborhood skateboard park thrill residents

Mantua residents—half comprised of an overwhelming number of neighborhood teens—packed the Cloister Building in West Philadelphia to hear skateboard park funding group Franklin's Paine's plans to convert a Mt. Vernon St. playground into…

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