PhillyClout Archive: January, 2012

Museum of the American Revolution comes to Philly

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The Museum of the American Revolution found a home in Philadelphia. Freshman Councilman Mark Squilla introduced yesterday proposed zoning... Read more

What happened to police review board proposal?

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There’s quite a bit of buzz surrounding a bill that wasn’t introduced in City Council on Thursday. Councilman Curtis Jones had... Read more

Friday's DN: More boots, bigger bounties

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Mayor Nutter has a host of new crime-fighting strategies. Chief among them: a $20,000 bounty on every murderer in town. St. Hubert's has raised... Read more

Mayor Nutter announces new crime-fighting plan

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Check out the press release below: Thursday, January 26, 2012 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MAYOR NUTTER... Read more

Clarke's first day in the big chair

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Updated: Today was City Council’s first session in City Hall with six new members and a new president. Council president Darrell Clarke... Read more

Thursday's DN: Meet the new boss

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City Councilman Darrell Clarke talks about his life beyond politics. Some familiar faces will be working on Clarke's staff. Speaking of familiar... Read more

Milton Street to seek 195th District state House seat

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What, you thought you had heard the last of former federal prison inmate and state Sen. T. Milton Street Sr.? No chance. Street is out circulating... Read more

Dan McCaffery confirms: He's out of state AG race

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Local attorney Dan McCaffery just confirmed to PhillyClout what we heard this morning: He is dropping out of the April 24 Democratic primary... Read more