Mt. Airy/Germantown
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St. Paul's and St. Martin's Episcopal Churches joined the Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill to organize a Prayer Vigil for Peace in Ukraine on Sunday evening, March 27th. About 100 people gathered … more
Neighbors of the former Presbyterian church building on the corner of Germantown and Mt. Pleasant Avenues voted Thursday to approve the Lantern Theater Company’s proposed tenancy - with the stipulation that it never be used for a strip club.  more
The Mt. Airy Business Improvement District is working to create a better pedestrian experience along the neighborhood’s central business corridor. more
Mt. Airy CDC is pleased to welcome Philip Dawson as its new executive director, effective March 1st. more
Five of the 16 new businesses that have opened in Chestnut Hill since the pandemic began are Black-owned and in Mt. Airy, a similar corps of new enterprises have also set up shop.  more
Oscar Johnson  and his family are celebrating his 100th birthday with a dinner for 12, surrounded by the festive Christmas decorations that he loves. Photo by Kristin Holmes more
The building has been vacant since the city closed the high school back in 2013. more
Ruth Pfeffer, who has been leading bird walks for 50 years and just celebrated her 80th birthday, will be leading a series of events at the Mount Airy Learning Tree this month. more
Mt. Airy resident Mary Kalyna, a Ukrainian American activist, worries for her many friends and family members who are living in Ukraine. more
I wish to wholeheartedly thank Councilmember Cindy Bass for introducing legislation to temporarily halt demolition in the 8th district.  I hope that during the six months’ moratorium City … more
Dratman was an internationally-renowned research scientist, former professor at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School and the Medical College of Pennsylvania, as well as a sought-after lecturer throughout the U.S., Europe, Africa and Asia. more
A crowd of community activists, faith leaders, residents and government officials gathered in West Mt. Airy Monday to celebrate the renaming of Allens Lane and the Allen Lane Train Station in honor … more
NFA's record improved to 7-1 in the league and 7-2 overall, while the visitors went back to the Main Line at 5-1, 10-3. more
Legal issues aside, stakeholders in the 8th Councilmanic District have also questioned what the moratorium would mean for development in the community. more
Barring any legal challenges that could change the map, Chestnut Hill’s current State Representative, Chris Rabb, will no longer represent the majority of Chestnut Hill once the map goes into affect. more
Anne Krawitz, who runs AKA Bindery in West Mt. Airy, is one of only two independent studios left in the city that still bind books by hand. more
In response to residents’ complaints about loud popping sounds of pickleballers swatting plastic balls, the city closed three of the center’s six pickleball courts for the winter. more
Carla Cain, the committeeperson suing Bass, says in the lawsuit that Bass improperly removed her as the designated primary contact for the 22nd Ward Democratic Committee RCO, a registered community organization she created in 2019. more
On Dec. 19, SEPTA quietly inched the Chestnut Hill West line even closer to its pre-pandemic schedule, adding early evening service, midday service and weekend service. more
Since 2015, Weavers Way Co-op has been offering shoppers on a limited income a 10 percent discount on the high-quality, nutritious food that is their specialty. And as of September, the stores have been taking it a step further - pushing that discount up to 15 percent. more
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