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    • 'Titanic' - Delaware Generating Station, 2012 | Jeremy Marshall

June 14: Hit-and-run spree continues | Horse-trading returns | Eastern Lofts in Strawberry Mansion

The recent rash of hit-and-runs continues, with a horrific incident last night in the Crescentville section of Roosevelt Boulevard. A woman crossing the street at a green light was thrown 200-feet…

    • Traffic on Washington Avenue in South Philadelphia, one of the corridors targeted for improvements in new city plan.

November 20: Washington Avenue 'edge lines' | DRPA's reverse congestion charge | Income-based water billing

Inga Saffron laments Southern Land Co's proposed demolition of three charming Sansom Street buildings near Rittenhouse, and wonders whether Jim Kenney "will be the mayor who finally recognizes that our three-century collection…

    • Grays Ferry Crescent, now the southern most portion of the Schuylkill River Trail will soon lead into Bartram's Mile

November 2: Voter guides galore | Brandywine Jenga tower | Philly-powered exercise

Tomorrow is election day! For those doing a last-minute cram session, read up on the candidates for the various offices on the Newsworks 2015 Voters Guide, Citified's No B.S. Voter…

    • open streets pgh

October 19: Planetizen on Nutter's planning legacy | Cleaning strike averted | Bethlehem zoning for new downtown

Planetizen interviews Gary Jastrzab of the Philadelphia City Planning Commission about Philly's planning and zoning changes over the last seven years. These changes will all be familiar to PlanPhilly readers, but…

    • Andrew Stober

Andrew Stober: Full Q&A

Back in June we reported that Andrew Stober, former chief of staff at the Mayor’s Office of Transportation and Utilities, would be making an independent run for an At-Large City Council…

    • Jim Kenney

May 20: Kenney wins | Philly's first protected bike lane | PlanMaryland | Fergie Tower update

Jim Kenney won the Democratic Mayoral primary, essentially ensuring he'll become Philadelphia's next Mayor. Patrick Kerkstra and Holly Otterbein have the Big Think piece you're looking for on what it all…

    • Sam Katz

March 13: Citizen Sam | The fanciest building | Surface parking craters | Progressive insurance

Scannapieco Development Corp broke ground on what is surely Philly's fanciest building. Bonus points for robot parking.Patrick Kerkstra admires the substance Citizen Sam Katz is bringing to the…

    • Septa tokens

February 3: Campaign finance-palooza | Condo market tightens | Phasing out tokens

Anthony Williams emerged as the top fundraiser as the 2015 campaign finance reports trickled in yesterday. Ken Trujillo placed second in the money race, even as he's exited the race. Trujillo…

    • Horn and Hardart can

January 21: Trujillo wants permanent IG | At-Large field shaping up | Furness church saved

Mayoral candidate Ken Trujillo is calling for Philadelphia's independent inspector general and chief integrity officer positions to be made permanent roles in the city charter, following on an op-ed by Terry…

    • Economic development, Mummers style

December 10: Evans not running | Street drinking and economic development | Post-PNB skyline

#PHL2015 round-up: Dwight Evans won't run for Mayor, Tom Wyatt will run for an at-large City Council seat, and Mayoral candidate Ken Trujillo is skipping the second day of PA Society…

    • Philadelphia Gas Works

October 28: Council spikes PGW sale | Nutter wants Uber X legalized | "Block party rules" for ped plazas

City Council President Darrell Clarke announced yesterday that City Council won't even introduce a bill to sell Philadelphia Gas Works - the nation's largest remaining publicly-owned utility - effectively ending the…

    • Sidecar

Kenney introduces bill calling for hearings on legalizing ride-sharing apps in Philly

As the debate in Harrisburg proceeds as to whether Pennsylvania should legalize smartphone-based "transportation network company" platforms like Uber, Lyft, and Sidecar, and whether Philadelphia should be the only county in…

    • Hoverboarding prohibited

July 31: Johnson and Farnese back pop-ups | Cig tax in trouble | New Kid Hazo | Capturing transit land values

Is the local cigarette tax to fund Philadelphia schools in jeopardy again? Angela Couloumbis and Troy Graham report that House Republicans in Harrisburg are having trouble whipping Republican votes for the…

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