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Controversy Swirls Around PHA's Greene

Carl Greene, executive director of the Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA), has taken leave from his longtime job as he faces foreclosure on his condominium and accusations of sexual harassment. More

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Philadelphia’s Greene Suspended, Investigation Begins

PHILADELPHIA —A federal team is being dispatched to audit the Philadelphia Housing Authority’s (PHA’s) financial and management operations. More

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Homeownership Finalists

OAKLAND, CALIF. The éclat that accompanied BRIDGE Housing's opening of a transformational new transit village a stone's throw north of the West Oakland Bay Area Rapid Transit station reached a high point in October 2004. More

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Reintegrating Public Housing

PHILADELPHIA- The Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA) had an aesthetic and social... More

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Foster Kids No More

GRASSBORO, N.J. -- Fire trucks have been called to the Life Link Homes here seven times since construction finished last October. More

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Philadelphia Turns to Housing

PHILADELPHIA - About once a month, Milton Pratt gets an invitation to visit a vacant lot or field of rubble in North Philadelphia. More

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Rehabbed Landmark Revives a Neighborhood

CAMDEN, NJ. - Every school day, thousands of children come to Camden High School... More

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It Takes a Village

WILMINGTON, DE. - The Eastlake neighborhood was known as “the Bucket.” More

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Michaels Builds with Strong Partnerships

PHILADELPHIA—Robert Greer still remembers the night police officers asked him to leave his own development meeting. More

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