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Our company has contracted with FedEx Home Delivery for delivery and pick up of packages. We are looking to hire qualified and experienced drivers as employees. This position is a very physically demanding job and you will be lifting/ carrying of 100 [...]

Pantry/Cold Side and Dishwashers (Flourtown)

Roberto's Trattoria is hiring pantry/cold side and dishwashers. Pantry responsibilities include prep, salads, dressings and assisting chef as needed. Must be available nights and weekends. Reliable transportation a must. Call Anne at show contact info or [...]

Health Agent (Telecommute)

Sales Opportunity!! No Experience Required!! All Training Provided!! Find out how 10-15 hours a week with a Work from ANYWHERE business can allow you to FIRE your boss within the next 12 months. No more hating Mondays! We are leading the way in Co [...]

Health Agent (Telecommute)

Sales Opportunity!! No Experience Required!! All Training Provided!! Find out how 10-15 hours a week with a Work from ANYWHERE business can allow you to FIRE your boss within the next 12 months. No more hating Mondays! We are leading the way in Co [...]

Reported Issues In Philadelphia (

Telephone Pole at corner of Palethorp St and Chew Ave

Address: Palethorp And Chew Ave Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Rating: 3

Telephone Pole with Steet Light attached appears to be broken about 3/4 the way up; top portion appears to be ready to fall.


Address: Fisher Ave. And 5th Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Rating: 2

Handle missing fasteners, (nut & bolt) , on one side and is about to be broken off.

Illegal Dumping of Automobile Tires

Address: Corner Of Front And Gale Street in Olney neighborhood, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Rating: 2

Someone discarded what appears to be used automobile tires of no less than 30 tires alongside the road. (The day before the discovery, noticed an orange SEPTA utility truck parked idling with a black women sitting in it, right where the tires were found the next day). Features

This Weekend: Sparks Are Gonna Fly

THURSDAY: >>> Mural Arts Program’s Open Source is a month-long initiative in which 14 artists from across the world work under guest curator Pedro Alonzo to “highlight the diverse identity of the city” and “engage different communities.” The above video is an in-depth analysis of the scope and complexity of the event, one that is […]

Film Sweat: It’s A God-Awful Small Affair

RECOMMENDED: Based on Andy Weir‘s 2011 novel of the same name, The Martian stars Matt Damon (who really should just hush in interviews) as a NASA astronaut who is presumed dead by his crew and left behind on the seemingly unlivable planet. What follows is a celebration of the human spirit that features genuine emotion […]

And Now, Today’s GOOD NEWS: Temple Adjuncts Can Now Have A Union Election

For too long adjunct professors at universities have becoming living, breathing representations of being overworked and underpaid. Colleges of 2015 would be way screwed without their work, and it’s beyond time they get compensated fairly for their time and ability. That notion just inched closer to reality. The Inquirer breaks it down thusly: The Pennsylvania […]

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Philly artists looking for affordable space amid real estate boom

Had it been a normal October, the big attraction of the Philadelphia Open Studio Tour on Saturday would have been the artist hive at 915 Spring Garden, the massive redbrick Reading Railroad train station hard by the abandoned viaduct.

The drive for carless streets in Philadelphia

For Jake Liefer the most unexpected perk of the papal visit weekend happened not on the Parkway or at Independence Hall, but in the serene streets of the city, where he got to take his 1-year-old daughter with him on their first bicycle ride together.

Father Michael Doyle's unshakable mission

"So you're 81 now, Father," I say. "Not yet," smiles Michael Doyle, who was born on a farm in County Longford, Ireland, on Nov. 3, 1934.

The Philadelphia Daily News

Dragon Boat Festival's new date raises concerns, questions

Teams are worried weather might still be an issue next month.

Chestnut Hill's 'Fall for the Arts' is a go on non-stormy Sunday

Hot glassblowers are rock stars among 150 artists & crafters along Germantown Ave.

Interview: Dr. Ruth Westheimer

America’s most famous sex therapist comes to town for Forbes’ “30 Under 30” conference.

Medical Office Space Available

Rancocas Valley Professional Arts Building: Medical Office Space Available


3AB - 1644 SF 

3CD - 1644 SF  

Medical Office Space Available in a thriving Medical Arts Building on Hospital Campus Located in Willingboro, NJ minutes from the NJ Turnpike, I-295 and the Route 130 Corridor, the Rancocas Valley Professional Arts Building sits on a bustling hospital campus, and is home to a variety of specialties.

Call 267-242-5628 for more information.

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