Mt. Airy/Germantown
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No matter what else the future brings, longtime Mt. Airy resident Mark C. Lashley will always be known as a "Jeopardy!" champion. more
Lynnette Shelley walked away from a successful career to be a full-time artist. Anyone who loves animals is thrilled that she did. more
The library has faced repeated closures this year due to indoor humidity issues. more
With a big flat roof on its new supermarket in Germantown, the Weavers Way grocery co-op is going solar. more
Mt. Airy Baseball is preparing to celebrate its 40th anniversary next year. more
Mt. Airy’s outdoor community dinner party returns Wednesday, July 10, with the second Supper Sessions food festival of the season. more
The partnership is between the Friends for the Restoration of the Germantown YWCA and a group from Bryn Mawr College. more
“I work from 5:30 a.m. to 10.30 p.m. If someone invented a 25th hour or an eighth day in the week, I'd be working it,” said Danielle Jowdy. more
If you are running a major corporation but are stuck in a rut and need to be extricated by some "out-of-the-box" thinking, you may want to call upon Natalie Nixon. more
On April 28, 20 years after the release of the documentary short film Neighbor Ladies, a screening was held. Its themes remain relevant. more
A program to reduce gun violence by providing free street cleaning will begin operating in Mt. Airy and Germantown in June. more
At Mt. Airy Biergarten, a weekend "popup" spot on Germantown Avenue, what started as a side project has blossomed into a labor of love. more
Historic Germantown has chosen three local luminaries for induction into its Hall of Fame. more
Twenty years ago, Beth Stroud was defrocked as a United Methodist Church pastor. Now she has been reinstated. more
The Cresheim Village Neighbors met May 2 via Zoom to learn about three residents with extraordinary careers. more
About 30 neighbors of the now-defunct Germantown YWCA trekked to City Hall last Thursday to support local developer Ken Weinstein in his quest to be named conservator. more
Mayor Cherelle Parker has vowed to make Philadelphia the cleanest big city in America. A key component is the expansion of street cleaning. more
Despite his success with national directors, Twenty-four-year-old Luke Risher continues to shoot for smaller artists around Philadelphia. more
Germantown's newest grocery store, a 6,000-square-foot Weavers Way Co-op, is off to a booming start. more
Rasheed Booker won the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA)  award at its conference in Portland, Oregon, beating 70 other students from across the country. more
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