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Complete Pennypack Park Summer Concert schedule

By Shannon McDonald Here is the list of the remaining performances for this summer's Pennypack Park Concert Series. All events begin at 7 p.m. and usually run until 9:30. Chairs,…

NEast Links: Lott Avenue, Veterans Home and more

By Shannon McDonald Here’s a summary of the week’s Northeast news we didn’t cover. See others here. This week's City Block section in the Metro featured the 2200-block of Lott…

Weekly Press: Philadelphia Gets a Look at Solar Energy

Weekly Press: PV America attracts national Attention PV America was hosted at the Pennsylvania Convention Center from June 8-10, and featured a technical conference, trade show, and public policy round-table…

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UPDATED: Foxwoods license plans snagged

June 19By Kellie Patrick Gatesfor PlanPhillyThe Gaming Control Board's Bureau of Investigations and Enforcement says Foxwoods Casino has failed to prove it made “Herculean” efforts to open by…

SEPTA's new timetables

SEPTA has been rolling out a number of service changes over the past week as it releases new timetables.New subway, bus and trolley timetables went into effect last Sunday and…

How transit stimulus money is being used

Click here to access ARRA Grants Digest, an inventory that is updated daily that outlines how the Federal Transit Adminstration is allocating the billions of dollars in stimulus money from…

Vision, Mission and Goals of the new Department of Parks and Recreation

Commissioner Michael DiBerardinis has asked the Parks Alliance to share the draft of the Vision, Mission and Goals of the new Department of Parks and Recreation with our constituents.  This draft…

ULI Philadelphia - Urban Marketplace - Investing for Impact

ULI Philadelphia - Urban Marketplace - Investing for Impact Date: June 25, 2009Time: 7:30 AMLocation: 140 S. Broad Street, , Philadelphia, PAVenue: The Union LeagueGoogle Map Click…

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An evening sojourn on the river

June 19  By Henry SteinbergFor PlanPhilly I began the evening on the pier next to Dave & Busters. It was dreary, wet – an overall dismal start for a night…

House fire injures one

By Shannon McDonald A house fire early last night sent one person to the hospital with injuries. The fire broke out on the 11000-block of Dumont Road off Byberry Road,…

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A Woman's View: workplace relationships

It is speculated that more than half the work force population will have an attraction to a coworker while interacting with that person on a daily basis. When working 40, or…

Bike Share Exhibit at Moore College on display through October

Bicycle: people + ideas in motion Moore College of Art and DesignJune 19 - October 23, 2009Bike Share Philadelphia invites you to a summer long exhibit about all facets…

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Council OKs overlay, historic interiors bills

June 18 Previous coverage By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillyCity Council unanimously passed legislation aimed at creating a multi-use riverfront trail, a dense retail/commercial corridor, and connections between neighborhoods and…

Council calls for Schuylkill trail action

On Thursday, Council also unanimously passed a resolution authorizing the Committee on Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs to hold hearings and form a working group of city, state and federal lawmakers…

Check out the new DVRPC website

Check out the new DVRPC website The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) is excited to announce the release of its new website, www.dvrpc.org.  The new site offers many great…

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Real NEastate: Selling real estate intestate

Q: I need to sell my father's estate in Rambler Park, but he died without a Will and I don't know what to do. Where do I start? A: Your father died…

Phila Business Journal: Naval Square second phase begins

Philadelphia Business Journal: Demand drives Toll to build anew at Naval Square Despite the general lag in the housing market, Toll Brothers Inc. broke ground on a $100 million, second phase…

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Pier 11 concepts get initial airing

June 18 By Thomas J. WalshFor PlanPhillyMore than 200 people came to Columbus Boulevard’s Festival Pier on Wednesday night to hear about the approaches that four design teams would…

City Hall faces fixing its own neighborhood

June 17City Hall faces fixing its own neighborhoodDilworth Plaza is a major urban-planning challengehttp://www.philly.com/inquirer/opinion/48233717.htmlBy David B. Brownlee and George L. Claflen Jr.

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