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NEWS
June 6, 2002
ON BEHALF of the Parkside Historic District Coalition, we would like to thank the Daily News for its sponsorship and coverage of the Urban Land Initiative report. We are excited about ULI's vision of a "greenway" in East Parkside, to enhance the neighborhood's green space and to increase the potential for expansion of cultural facilities in West Fairmount Park. Both the Daily News coverage and the ULI recommendations, however, fail to give sufficient recognition to PHDC's success since 1996.
SPORTS
September 9, 2007 | By Keith Pompey INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
After weeks of buildup, Downingtown West and Owen J. Roberts played one of the most-anticipated girls' soccer matches in Southeastern Pennsylvania last night. Mega-hype. Mega-defensive battle. Downingtown West, ranked No. 1 by The Inquirer, defeated the second-ranked Wildcats, 1-0, at Owen J. Roberts. The contest was more than a meeting of the area's top teams. It showcased two of the nation's premier soccer programs. Defending Class AAA state champion Downingtown West (4-0)
NEWS
December 7, 1987 | By Joe Fite, Special to The Inquirer
As senior guards Marc Thompson and John Ingram have progressed as players, so have the fortunes of the Abington Friends School basketball program. This season, with the return of Ingram, after scoring 27.6 points per game in his first season, and Thompson, after scoring his 1,000th point, along with the emergence of senior center Pat Feamster, Abington could well hold onto the Friends School League championship. Two seasons ago, the Kangaroos were 10-9, with Thompson carrying much of the scoring load as a sophomore.
NEWS
February 8, 2012 | By Lane Filler
Charles Dickens was born 200 years ago this week, and I wonder how he would react to today's United States. He might be amazed to find that the issues he dealt with in works like David Copperfield , Great Expectations , Hard Times , and even A Christmas Carol are the same ones that shape our current political clashes. On the other hand, seeing the people we call "poor" and the children we call "underprivileged" might confuse him. Dickens was 12 when his father was sent to debtor's prison.
NEWS
February 23, 1989 | By Mark Cohen, Special to The Inquirer
Springfield's George Pendergrass may never have had a more trying 5 minutes and 38 seconds in his life. For those agonizing moments of the fourth quarter of the Cougars' 78-63 Central League victory over Marple Newtown on Tuesday night, the 6-foot, 5- inch senior forward needed just 3 points to break 1,000 for his high school career. During most of that 5:38, Pendergrass' teammates desperately tried to get him the ball. But his opportunities were not easy to come by because of a tenacious Tigers defense that double- and triple-teamed him. Finally, after five botched scoring opportunities and two missed three throws, Pendergrass got his chance.
NEWS
February 2, 1989 | Inquirer Staff Writer
Germantown Academy's rapid descent in the Inter-Academic League roughly coincides with Episcopal Academy's ascent. The Patriots' woeful ways (0-4 league, 11-8 overall) continued Tuesday as the Churchmen blew them out, 68-48. Episcopal (17-3) continues to reside in first place in the Inter-Ac with a 5-1 record and sweeps the season series, having won 36-23 in a stall contest played Jan. 12. Eugene Burroughs, Episcopal's fine wingman, was high-scorer in the game with 22 points.
BUSINESS
June 5, 1996 | Daily News staff reports
A NEW SOMNIA FURNITURE Somnia Furniture, a pioneer in the Manayunk commercial renaissance 15 years ago, opens a new store in Center City today. The new store - Somnia's fourth - is located in the Belgravia Building, 18th and Chestnut streets. The site was once occupied by the Peale Club, a combination private dining club and art gallery, which closed in 1988. A year later, the space was turned into a night spot called the Alumni Club. But most recently, it has been vacant.
SPORTS
June 13, 2004 | By Pete Schnatz FOR THE INQUIRER
Jeff Gordon never knew finishing second could be so much fun . . . even if he was beaten by a 16-year-old in a three-car race. In fairness to the four-time NASCAR Winston Cup champion, Gordon never had a chance. Within minutes of entering Arnold's Go-Kart Center in Oaks on Thursday night, he was whisked to a waiting go-kart, strapped in, and dashed off around the indoor track. Gordon made quick work of a local television reporter, but catching and passing Jason Simmons was never in the cards.
NEWS
November 21, 2007 | By HARRIS J. SOKOLOFF
IT SEEMS THAT the presidential candidates - well, two, at least -have finally caught up with Philadelphia. Presidential candidate John Edwards recently announced his "One Democracy" initiative to expand the role of ordinary citizens in politics. One part of that initiative, a proposal to hold a "Citizen Congress" that would bring together one million citizens in a network of local "town hall" meetings and online forums,is clearly ambitious. And Senator Barack Obama recently released a plan that calls for citizen engagement in the work of federal agencies.
SPORTS
February 21, 2011 | By DAVID MURPHY, dmurphy@phillynews.com
CLEARWATER, Fla. - Brad Lidge is close to doing something for the first time as a Phillie: starting the Grapefruit League season on time. The last few offseasons have featured a variety of health maladies for the closer. A month before the Phillies acquired him from the Astros in November 2007, Lidge had surgery to repair torn knee cartilage. Then, in late February, he had surgery to repair his meniscus and didn't make his spring debut until late March. In 2009, a lingering case of forearm tightness postponed Lidge's first Grapefruit League outing to March 17. Last year he missed all of Grapefruit League play while working his way back from surgery to repair the flexor tendon in his pitching elbow.
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