Nearly 30 people attended the clean up on 15th and Fontain Streets.
Students and community residents discussed the proposed on-campus stadium and issues with students who live off campus.
The department of Licenses & Inspection received a list of Yorktown homes that are illegally rented to students.
The center received a grant to support Philadelphia grandparents who care for children.
The event was hosted by Beech Community Services, with Temple Athletics and Temple Police as its partners.
The Freedom Fighters are working with SEPTA to add historical content about Cecil B. Moore in his namesake Broad Street Line station.
The Yorktown Community Organization will continue to negotiate with the Goldenberg Group, owner and developer the View II.
More than 1,000 children are expected to attend the event along Cecil B. Moore Avenue.
The School Reform Commission has been leading the School District of Philadelphia since 2001.
The Philadelphia Housing Authority will demolish Norris Homes, breaking up a tight-knit community that has been around for decades.