The consensus seems that April 22’s 2nd District councilmanic debate at Chester A. Arthur School, 2000 Catharine St., was the most heated and animated of several since the new year. Incumbent Kenyatta Johnson and developer Ori Feibush squared off on a number of issues: schools, crime, taxes and, most importantly, gentrification.
With a ceremonial ride from Eakins Oval to stations throughout the city April 23, Philadelphia celebrated the launch of Indego Bike Share.
With Jesus Christ as his magnanimous model, Rev. Douglas McKay likewise looks to let lost sheep know they have immeasurable value to the world. For his efforts to help Grays Ferry’s harried herd, the 64-year-old founder and chaplain of Our House Ministries Inc, 1439 S. 29th St., will receive the St. Rita Peace Award, becoming the first locally-based honoree of The National Shrine of Saint Rita of Cascia, 1166 S. Broad St.
A man parted with a pair of flat-screen televisions he had been holding a Whitman facility.