A court has stayed the evictions scheduled for Dec. 19 in Yorktown to hear both the community’s and the landlords’ cases. How the judge decides could have lasting effects on housing and relations between the community and Temple.
Soaring brick-and-mortar tributes to God can be found in any community. Churches especially permeate places that test faith and offer little hope, places like North Philadelphia. The imagery inside, however, shows that the God these
Alphonso Richardson first tried to get a job with Temple University in 1980, the year he graduated high school. It was 27 years later that he finally secured employment, taking a job with maintenance and
If you don’t involve yourself in Philadelphia boxing, then you’ll never find a boxer you’ve heard of fighting at the 1,200-seat Blue Horizon. The money isn’t there. Instead, you’ll find two fighters respectfully trying to