Cheri Honkala, a West Kensington mom and long-time anti-poverty activist, is the Green Party's candidate for vice president and on the ballot in 48 states. But third-party candidates are shut out of the debates due to what she called an unfair system.
The owner of a new vintage shop near the Mid-Century Furniture Warehouse, which was recently denied a zoning variance, says a petition against the store was signed by 28 residents, and that she personally supported the Warehouse.
The so-called “Slumlord Millionaire” faces jail-time after pleading guilty to loan fraud.
The Rev. Andrew McCormick is once again, after a judge first overturned the charges, charged with involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, statutory sexual assault and sexual assault.
Mid-Century Furniture Warehouse is expected to stop operating out of a Fishtown building after last-minute opposition at a zoning meeting nixed their request for a variance.
The Port Richmond sophomore has been the focus of heavy media attention since last week, when her teacher reportedly mocked her for wearing a pro-Mitt Romney T-shirt to school. Pawlucy returned to class today, with supporters rallying around her.
At Bridesburg Health Fair, locals can shop at arts & crafts and flea market tables while getting basic health screenings free of charge. Proceeds benefit the Bridesburg Food Pantry.
Port Richmond neighbors have voiced their longstanding concerns about underage drinking and drug use at the neighborhood park. Now, they have been promised they will start seeing results.
Three 24th District officers were honored at the National Liberty Museum last week for brave police work in both Port Richmond and Kensington.
Memorial park for firefighters who lost their lives was on the agenda, among other issues for EKNA, at a membership meeting last week.