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Bellevue Bulletin: 09/13/2019

Bellevue Bulletin: 09/13/2019

Welcome back to your weekly update from Bellevue Strategies! The biggest news across the state this week is something that seems a long time coming: seventeen people across the state of Pennsylvania are believed to have “lung diseases associated with vaping,” according to the PA Department of Health. Another 20 cases are currently being investigated, ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 08/30/2019

Bellevue Bulletin 08/30/2019

It’s Friday and that means it’s time for your weekly update from Bellevue Strategies! News comes from the Keystone Research Center that Pennsylvania employment wages are going up, along with employment – but no everyone is benefitting. The Research Center finds that for black Pennsylvanians, the unemployment rate is more than twice that of their ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 08/23/2019

Bellevue Bulletin 08/23/2019

It’s Friday and that means it’s time for your weekly update from Bellevue Strategies! First up in Philadelphia news is Mayor Kenney’s new city office, aimed at coordinating service for formerly incarcerated people who are returning to their communities. The office plans to consolidate a number of previously existing, but separate, programs to develop and ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 08/16/2019

Bellevue Bulletin 08/16/2019

Welcome back and Happy Friday! Here’s what we’ve got for you this week: If you haven’t yet heard, there was an intense hostage situation at Broad Street and Erie on Wednesday evening, resulting in six Philadelphia police officers being rushed to Temple University hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner and Police Commissioner ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 08/09/2019

Bellevue Bulletin 08/09/2019

We’re moving into the final month of summer, but the fun’s not done. Welcome back to your weekly update from Bellevue! First up this week: we all know that this summer’s weather has been a little on the unpredictable side, and there are a lot of supposed reasons for it floating around. But, what happens ... Read More
 
Philadelphia Business Journal Recognizes Mustafa Rashed With 2019 Minority Business Leader Award

Philadelphia Business Journal Recognizes Mustafa Rashed With 2019 Minority Business Leader Award

Philadelphia Business Journal Recognizes Mustafa Rashed With 2019 Minority Business Leader Award Bellevue Strategies CEO to receive an award recognizing efforts in minority business leadership Bellevue Strategies announced today that its CEO, Mustafa Rashed is scheduled to receive a 2019 Minority Business Leadership award from the Philadelphia Business Journal. The PBJ Minority Business Leadership Award, now in ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 08/02/2019: Council President Clarke’s plans, Department of Transportation, and Lead Levels

Bellevue Bulletin 08/02/2019: Council President Clarke’s plans, Department of Transportation, and Lead Levels

Happy Friday (and Happy August) and welcome back to your weekly update from Bellevue! First, we’d like to congratulate our Founder and CEO, Mustafa Rashed, on receiving the 2019 Minority Business Leader Award from the Philadelphia Business Journal! We’re honored to be part of your team! In Philadelphia, Council President Darrell Clarke has penned an ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 07/26/2019: Opioid-related death tolls rise; Hahnemann Hospital; and La Colombe’s community service

Bellevue Bulletin 07/26/2019: Opioid-related death tolls rise; Hahnemann Hospital; and La Colombe’s community service

Happy Friday and welcome back to your weekly update by Bellevue! In Philadelphia, good news comes as we learn that opioid related deaths in the neighborhoods of Kensington, Harrowgate, and Port Richmond have seen a 23% drop in deaths over the past year – and overdoses across the state of Pennsylvania have dropped, too. But, ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 07/18/2019: Heat Waves, Eagles, and Rebuild

Bellevue Bulletin 07/18/2019: Heat Waves, Eagles, and Rebuild

Happy Friday and welcome back to your weekly update by Bellevue! It’s been a rainy summer, and now it’s getting even hotter. Philadelphia has declared a heat emergency that began on Wednesday, and will go through the rest of the week. The National Weather Service has predicted a heat index value as high as 110 ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 07/05/2019: Cyber Snow Days, Hahnemann Hospital updates, and Healthcare

Bellevue Bulletin 07/05/2019: Cyber Snow Days, Hahnemann Hospital updates, and Healthcare

Happy Friday, July 5th, and welcome back to your weekly update from Bellevue. First up on the docket, if you haven’t heard yet, Pennsylvania is planning to shift from healthcare.gov, to a state-based insurance exchange. What does this mean? Governor Wolf’s staff says that if PA switches to its online marketplace, users will save money and ... Read More