A view of Center City from Penn Medicine's Center for Advanced Cellular Therapeutics, taken on a February morning at sunrise. Photograph by Chris Sembrot Were you here in 1987? If you were, maybe you remember the thrill of One Liberty Place rising in the sky - an honest-to-God Philadelphia skyscraper at last, looking down on Billy Penn's hat.
A decade ago, O'Neill Properties, a major force in reshaping Conshohocken's waterfront, had shovels in the ground all along the East Coast. Then the recession hit.
With an average temperature of 25.8, this month was the coldest February in 36 years in Philadelphia, according to the National Weather Service. The cold also was singular in its tenacity, leaving a legacy of icy sidewalks and ice-clogged waterways, with the last two weeks represented the coldest such period in Philadelphia since recordkeeping began in 1874.
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The Wine & Spirits store on Lincoln Way East in Chambersburg and other state run sites could be turned over to become private owned. Pictured on Thursday, April 14, 2011.
Those are the changes shoppers are likely to see at their local shopping malls if legitimate terror threats are received, according to security experts. The Philadelphia division of the FBI said Friday that it was unaware of threats against local malls.