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    • The city recently renovated Piccoli Playground to meet new standards for

Philly's next generation of playgrounds is here and everyone is invited in

When it comes to places to play, the notion of proximity and convenience are two very different realities for South Philadelphia mother Kelly Palange. A few blocks away from her home…

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Logan Branch of Free Library gets green light for front facade improvements

A supplemented and revised application to constuct an ADA ramp and addition to the historically designated Logan Branch of the Free Library was reviewed and granted final approval by the Historical…

    • Automated Red Light Enforcement (ARLE)

Philadelphia to get nearly $5 million in ARLE funds

Philadelphia is slated to receive nearly $5 million thanks to the most recent round of Automated Red Light Enforcement (ARLE) Funding Program grants. Since 2010, the program has awarded $33.3 million…

    • SEPTA dealt another blow in elevator lawsuit

SEPTA dealt another blow in elevator lawsuit

A disability-rights group won a major victory in a nearly eight-year legal battle against SEPTA today.A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit affirmed a…

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SEPTA appeals lower court ruling on its elevator responsibility

SEPTA continued a long-running and contentious battle against a disabilities advocacy group on Monday, asking a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit to overturn a…

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Wheelchair users protest at the Frankford Thiftway

Fifteen years ago, the Thriftway at Bridge and Pratt streets in Frankford installed a fence at the front of the store. At the time, the poles were used as a way…

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