After a month of bumps and bruises, Bob Brady's mayoral candidacy is somehow still on the right track.
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It's been a bad couple of weeks for casinos in Philadelphia.
U.S. Rep. Bob Brady isn't the only one facing challenges to his candidacy in Philadelphia politics.
If all goes as planned, today's City Council hearing may be the next step in community leaders' fight to stop the construction of Philadelphia's casinos.
Last week, Philadelphia's most colorful mayoral candidate bowed out of the race.
Mayor John Street delivered his final budget address to the city last week, praising his and his predecessor's work in delivering 15 years of balanced budgets.
Mayoral candidate Bob Brady's blog may be feeling a little lonely.
Last week, he was announcing his candidacy for mayor.
Milton Street says that Philadelphia has major problems, and that it should be up to a former hot-dog vendor and duck-boat tour operator to fix the city.
Now that the Penn College Republicans have a candidate to support, you can be sure they'll be throwing their weight behind him.
Republican Al Taubenberger's to-do list may be a little longer than that of your average mayoral candidate.
Though the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has finally released its reasoning behind the casino process, the anti-casino movement just keeps gathering steam.
The expression goes: If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there, does it still make a sound?
It looks like trans fats just can't find a friend in the world.
With about 100 days left until the mayoral primary, there are only two things most experts can agree on.
It was the biggest non-news event in the mayoral race thus far: Bob Brady is running for mayor.
A fire broke out at 210 S. 41st St. this morning, gutting it and forcing residents to evacuate.
A year ago, seven names were in the mix for Philadelphia's next mayor.
Over the last year, anti-casino neighborhood groups have been fuming - mostly at the state for legalizing slots parlors across Pennsylvania and at the city for not doing more to stop their placement in Philadelphia.
WAYNE, Pa. - The only thing that distinguishes 670 Forest Rd. from the surrounding houses is a cross made out of evergreen branches on the front lawn.