Philadelphia’s Connelly House opens for city’s formerly homeless

    Today marks the grand opening of the Connelly House, a home for formerly homeless men and women in Philadelphia.

    The Center City project is a collaboration of the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation, Project H.O.M.E. and Bethesda Project. Mayor Michael Nutter is expected to be one hand for the ribbon cutting on the LEED-certified building later this morning. Tom MacDonald will have the full report.

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