Call to the docks

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Governor Wolf’s Tour of Historic Philadelphia

first_imgGovernor Wolf’s Tour of Historic Philadelphia DNC,  The Blog,  Videos On Sunday, Governor Wolf toured the beautiful Philadelphia Historic District. With visitors from all over coming to the city for the Democratic National Convention, the governor decided to join tourists on the historic Philadelphia trail.After all, the Declaration of Independence was debated and signed in Independence Hall on July 4, 1776, as was the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787.The Democratic National Convention this week is the eighth time Philadelphia has played host to a party convention since 1856. But only one president, James Buchanan, has ever hailed from our state.William Penn founded our state as a refuge for people of different faiths, nationalities, and opinions, and in that spirit we welcome you.So whether you’re visiting for the Democratic National Convention or to immerse yourself in history, we invite you to pursue your happiness in Philadelphia. By: The Office of Governor Tom Wolf July 25, 2016center_img Read more blog posts on the Democratic National Convention.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook:   SHARE  TWEET SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Raheem Sterling Focus

first_img Press Association Booed by the visiting fans every time he touched the ball, those same fans were chanting “Sterling, what’s the score” at the end. He got a better reception from his former team-mates. INFLUENCE Followed the pattern of his team in general – started brightly but quickly began to wane and was virtually anonymous by the end of the first half. Saw more of the ball as the game opened up, but did not do enough with it. GOAL THREAT Had one chance to shoot, but squared to Sergio Aguero in the second half and his effort was saved. Missed from three yards out late on. OVERALL Not the game – definitely not the result – the youngster would have envisaged on his reunion with the club where he made his name. Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling faced his former club Liverpool on Saturday for the first time since his £49million summer move. center_img Here, Press Association looks at how the 20-year-old performed in the 4-1 defeat. REACTION last_img read more