Janine Bosancic has lived on the 3400 block of Edgemont Street for more than 14 years, and for the past few, has lived next door to a falling-down, tax-delinquent, blighted property.
More than 120 people visited the Richmond Library, 2987 Almond St., on Jan. 31 to see clowns from the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus entertain. Aside from providing laughs, the clowns announced their upcoming performances at the Wells Fargo Center, Feb. 13 through 17. For tickets, call 855-657-8552 or visit wellsfargocenterphilly.com.
More than 125 neighbors assembled in Port Richmond’s Campbell Square Saturday afternoon to show their support for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s proposal to turn the vacant Nativity B.V.M. School into a 63-unit residence for restricted-income senior citizens.
A recent Craigslist ad advertising “high-end living” and “NY-style lofts” attracted plenty of attention from blogs for listing a Kensington address as Fishtown.
More than a dozen neighbors from Fishtown appeared at a Zoning Board of Adjustments meeting last Wednesday to voice their opposition to a housing project at 14-22 W. Thompson St., where a community garden once bloomed.
Once it was where police officers investigated crimes and interrogated suspects.
The project manager of an in-construction apartment complex — once advertised as being in Fishtown, but really in Kensington — says that the living space will be a highlight of what will be called the “American Street Arts Corridor.”