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By Amy Z. QuinnFor PlanPhillyPhiladelphia will soon have a residential substance abuse treatment facility for transgendered men and women, but it won’t be at the Kemble Park Apartments. More »
In-depth, original reporting on Philadelphia's neighborhoods.
‘I’m frightened’: City to shut down dangerous digging in Philly yard
Property damages related to excavation work by negligent contractors is a growing problem in Philadelphia as developers try to maximize square footage on small lots.
2 months ago
Philly wins battle against slumlord, but it cost the city millions
After years of fighting, Philadelphia recently won a legal battle with one of its most infamous slumlords. But it cost the city millions, and the tab is still running.
Air Date: February 4, 2020
Demolition marks big step in fulfilling promise at Grace Baptist
Grace Baptist Church of Germantown demolished its community center to make way for a new 15,000-square-foot, energy-efficient building to provide enhanced community services.
10 months ago
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