Articles by Hayden Mitman

Opponents derail Bridesburg trash-transfer station

The company behind the project has decided to give up the fight for its construction.

Backers derail Bridesburg trash station plan

Bridesburg and Port Richmond residents holding their noses over concerns of a new trash transfer site planned for the community can now breathe a sigh of relief.

Historic 26th Dist. headquarters to get new life

The building that once housed the 26th Police District was approved for a new apartment building and bank.

The short and colorful campaign of Richie Antipuna

Kensington’s Richie Antipuna is vocal when it comes to the community. He wants to take his voice to City Hall, but is a long way off.

Cops look to capitalize on safety cams

Initiative would register surveillance cameras so police could search for criminals faster.

Former Edison High building burns

The cause of last week’s blaze remains undetermined.

They’ve been good sports for 50 years

A staple of the neighborhood, the Port Richmond Leprechauns sports organization will celebrate its 50th anniversary in the coming months.

The city’s own urban oasis

The Philadelphia Horticultural Society created three Pop-Up Gardens around the city to offer respite from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Kissling's, a Philly sauerkraut dynasty

The Kissling family has been making sauerkraut in Philly since before the Great Depression, and still cranks out millions of pounds annually from their Fishtown plant.

Saving lives

After serving as a medic alongside Marines in Afghanistan, Port Richmond’s Ray Hatcher is home safe.