Evy Cruz moved to South of South about two months ago. She had been attending meetings for the South of South Neighborhood Association, 1901 Christian St., since her relocation from Queen Village, and decided to attend a cleanup scheduled for Saturday.
2015 could go down as the year that Philadelphia’s Millennials woke from their civic slumber to participate in local campaigns for City Council and steer political debate towards topics that concern them most. Maybe.
Affordable housing in South Philly got a little more attractive with an April 2 grand re-opening in the heart of Point Breeze.
A black-and-white picture of Boy Scout Troop 147 from 1915 still exists today. Little did the group know at the time that it was setting the foundation for a 100-plus years of history for future South Philadelphia scouts.