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Company Aims To Transform Old HS Into Housing For Homeless Vets

By Greg Argos

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The old Edison High School at 7th and Somerset, in the city’s Kensington section, could soon be changing.

“We’re calling it Edison 64,” said Scott Orens, President of Oren Brothers LLC. 291 more words


Woman Struck By Vehicle On Roosevelt Blvd.

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — According to police, just before 5:00 p.m., a woman was struck by a vehicle near Roosevelt Blvd. and D Street in the city’s Olney section. 44 more words


Street Soccer USA Philadelphia Cup To Kick Off This Weekend

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Street Soccer USA Philadelphia Cup is coming to the iconic steps of the Philadelphia Art Museum this weekend.

Street Soccer USA founder Lawrence Cann will be joined by former US Women’s National Team member Heather Mitts for the opening ceremonies. 31 more words



ANYONE who says that the Eagles don’t have major issues right now is either retarded or high, or maybe a little of both. There is a breakdown in leadership throughout this franchise that right now, almost suggests that we were better off under ( 674 more words


PA officer honored for sacrificing his life during robbery

Sgt. Robert Wilson III has been credited with saving the lives of several people, while sacrificing his own, when he got caught in the middle of a robbery. 455 more words


North Philadelphia Pastor Killed In Hit & Run

By Kim Glovas and Rahel Solomon

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A North Philadelphia church congregation is in mourning, after an assistant pastor was killed by a hit and run driver Thursday night. 446 more words


Graduation and such

It’s been a while since I’ve written a post for this blog. Granted, I’ve been trying my best to keep up with comments (and generally failing) so there’s been some proof of life on this blog, but still, I haven’t actually  623 more words