Heard in the Hall Archive: December, 2010

Phila campaign consultant headed to prison; another free of charges

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Democratic political consultant Chester A. Fulton III, who was charged with filing a false tax return in 2009, is headed to federal prison... Read more

The Tartagliones: A Recap - from years past

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From Heard in the Hall in Monday's Inquirer: Editor's note: This week's column is dedicated to the Tartaglione family political dynasty, a... Read more

DA sees no immediate wrongdoing in Tartaglione matter

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In the Philadelphia Board of Ethics settlement agreement released earlier this week, Renee Tartaglione admitted to participating in the re-election... Read more

Six state reps fail to file campaign reports on finances

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It turns out that not only did several Philadelphia state legislators not file campaign finance reports so far this year with Philadelphia's... Read more

L&I workers get Penn training

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Say what you want about Philadelphia's Department of Licenses and Inspections - and there is a lot to say - but the department has never been... Read more

Misuse of public equipment by politicians?

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Al Schmidt, a candidate for City Commissioner, on Thursday released documents that he said show repeated use of public equipment by local politicians... Read more

Ho, Ho, Ho: Philly Ranks #1 for holiday cheer

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Hey Philadelphians: Happy days are here again. So says the US Airways-produced magazine tucked in the back seat of the passenger chair in... Read more

Get out the yardstick and shovel

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A white Christmas will mean more work for Philadelphians, now that City Council has mandated a new shoveling requirement. Anyone owning or... Read more