PhillyClout Archive: December, 2011

City has spent 75% of stimulus funds

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Sensing, perhaps, that we're a bit desperate for local political news of some kind today, the Mayor's Office has released a quarterly update... Read more

GOP Senate debate filled with life-shaping personal stories

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Seven of the 10 candidates in April's Republican primary election for the U.S. Senate spent much of a debate today agreeing on some basic political... Read more

Friday's DN: A little bit of Texas

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From yours truly: a profile of Claire Robertson-Kraft, the chair of Young Involved Philadelphia. Chris Brennan caught up with the founders... Read more

City Council OKs bouncer regulations bill

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Bouncers will now be required to receive proper training and register with the city before they can begin working at local clubs and bars. City... Read more

City treasurer recognized as a trailblazer

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Check out the press release below: MAYOR'S OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS Philadelphia, December 8, 2011 – Nancy Winkler, City of Philadelphia... Read more

Common sense and fireworks

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Granted, common sense and fireworks don't often appear in the same headline. But they were both the subject of separate news conferences that... Read more

Thursday's DN: The Chitwood Chronicles

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Stephanie Farr delivers a profile of Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood that is as crazy as the man himself. The city's PhillyRising... Read more

City Council committee approves major changes to zoning code

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Philadelphia’s zoning code has been modernized, but this is only the beginning. City Council’s Committee of the Whole approved... Read more