Tony's Pizza is up for sale, but is likely to remain a pizza restaurant; the vacant Pilsudski Fraternal Association could become apartments, and the former law offces of the late Jack E. Matty may become a family-owned drug store.
Residents in NoLibs will have access to healthy, locally grown produce and other foods through a new community-supported-agriculture group.
City Controller Alan Butkovitz is predicting the “lowest turnout in history” when the election polls open on May 21.
Joe Groh has sold a gazillion beefy, cheesy, doughy, steamy sandwiches since buying Chink’s Steaks 14 years ago.
Samuel S. Fels High School music teachers Barry Huber and Douglas Payne came of age in two very different educational environments.
— 10,000 callers deluge City Hall over AVI
— The students are raising money to pay for their trip to Poland. They’ve sold calendars, flowers and cookie dough. A pizza party is next.
A large, formerly industrial field in Bridesburg was once an industrial space, almost became a residential space, and is now a potential industrial space yet again. With all the back-and-forth, neighbors wonder what might eventually find a home in Bridesburg, and if more industry is really what the neighborhood needs.
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