July 30: Removable parking lot | Papal bike sweep | Philly and LA ‘Promise Zone’ partnership

2nd District Congressman Chaka Fattah was officially indicted yesterday. Holly Otterbein games out some the political machinations that could follow.

Frontier Airlines added non-stop flights from PHL to Fort Myers, FL and Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Philly and Los Angeles formed the first Promise Zone partnership between two cities.

The city’s going to conduct a bike sweep before the Papal visit.

An early rendering of a public space rehab for the parking lot at Headhouse Square would essentially create a “removable parking lot.”

Two Philadelphia Authorities were awarded brownfield assessment grants from the EPA yesterday.

There’s a new “Language Labs” mural in South Philly.

Pennsylvania is fighting a Clean Air Council lawsuit challenging the state’s failure to update its building codes since 2009. At issue is a Corbett-era statute that effectively slow-rolls that process

Bill Green and Sam Katz aren’t running for City Council on an independent ticket after all, perhaps boosting the odds of independent challenger Andrew Stober.

A color-coded map of every job in America.

The Peduto administration in Pittsburgh keeps rolling out more bike lanes.

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