Heard in the Hall Archive: November, 2011

Trades to Occupy: Make way for construction

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The head of the city’s Philadelphia Building and Construction Trades Council says he is sympathetic to the objectives of Occupy Philly... Read more

Final count in Oh/Taubenberger race begins Monday

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With only 140 votes separating GOP at-large City Council candidates David Oh and Al Taubenberger so far, election officials said Wednesday... Read more

O'Brien backs Clarke for Council presidency

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The race for president of Philadelphia's City Council just got a little narrower. State Rep. Dennis O'Brien, who won a GOP at-large Council... Read more

Hello, Bill Clinton

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If that voice on the other end of the line sounds familiar, it just might be because it really is former President Bill Clinton. After bad... Read more

Let the ballot games begin!

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The Republican Party has two candidates for city commissioner in next Tuesday’s election ­– Joe Duda, the 16-year incumbent... Read more

DROP allegation a stretch

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Al Schmidt, who is battling incumbent Joe Duda for the Republican slot in the city commissioners’ office, has done two separate mailings... Read more

Is Fumo still in charge of his PAC or not?

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Dennis Cogan, the lawyer for jailed former State Sen. Vincent Fumo, says he wasn’t misleading the Inquirer in May when he said his client... Read more

Dougherty and the Council Race

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Joe McColgan, an at-large Republican City Council candidate, picked up $5,000 from Local 98, the Philadelphia electricians' union run by John... Read more