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GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS: For Philly D.A., a large (and pretty unknown) group of candidates

Fri., March 24, 2017

In case you’re keeping score at home, a large field of candidates are running for Philadelphia district attorney now that Seth Williams has experienced a total legal meltdown.  The Democratic... Read More

We’ve launched lots of new ways for you to make ‘Smart Business Connections’

Tue., March 21, 2017

By Don Brennan For the last 18 months or so, we have been telling you that the Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce has been “reimagined, rebranded and revitalized.” We... Read More

Analysis: Kenney’s budget seeks to boost city job creation: Philadelphia is dead last among nation’s Top 10 cities

Tue., March 14, 2017

In addition to continuing the fight on poverty begun in his last budget, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney’s second budget proposal focuses on jumpstarting Philadelphia’s economy. The city currently ranks last... Read More

Insectarium unveils new Butterfly Pavilion

Tue., March 7, 2017

By Austin Macfadden This originally appeared March 1 in the Northeast Times. It is reprinted here with some editing as a courtesy of Broad Street Media, for which we are... Read More

Sister Maureen McGarrity, CSFN, Holy Family University President, Unanimously Elected GNPCC Vice-Chair for 2017

Tue., February 28, 2017

Sister Maureen McGarrity, CSFN, PhD, president and chief executive officer of Holy Family University, was unanimously elected Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors of the Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of... Read More

Joanne Grossi named AARP Pennsylvania State President

Tue., February 21, 2017

Last week, AARP announced the appointment of Joanne Grossi to the position of Volunteer State President for AARP Pennsylvania. In her new role, Grossi will help shape AARP’s strategic priorities,... Read More

Philadelphia awarded Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge Grant

Tue., February 14, 2017

The city’s efforts to integrate existing information and communication technologies to improve city services were honored nationally last week, as Philadelphia was named one of five U.S. cities to win... Read More

Mayor visits Swenson Arts and Technology High in Northeast to celebrate CTE Month

Mon., February 13, 2017

February is Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month! Here in Philadelphia, nearly 600 students in 30 District schools participate in CTE programs. To celebrate the start of the annual month-long... Read More

Customer Service & Donor Relations: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Tue., February 7, 2017

By Gloria M. Pugliese Sales professionals are always looking for ways to grow their  book  of  business.  That’s  the  key  to  success.  But you can’t grow your business if you’re... Read More

GNPCC kicks-off year with ‘Ask the Experts’ panel discussion at Wesley Enhanced Living

Wed., February 1, 2017

By Don Brennan, GNPCC Staff Four high-ranking officials gave updates on the state of area economic development projects Jan. 27 at the Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce’s Ask the... Read More

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