Mt. Airy/Germantown
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The birth of East Mt. Airy Neighbors (EMAN) in 1966 marked the commencement of a transformative movement. more
You might know Anne Dicker as chair of West Mt. Airy Neighbors’ Traffic Calming Committee. Come Jan. 9, she’s slated to add another title. more
Children attending classes at Germantown Jewish Centre were evacuated last week after the Mt. Airy synagogue received an emailed threat. more
Cherese Akers works to raise awareness about losing a baby. more
The Philadelphia Historical Commission has added a section of Germantown’s ACES Veterans Museum to its list of historic places. more
We tend to associate the word “archaeology” with remote locations. Rebecca Yamin digs into Philadelphia. more
George Boudreau is the newly named executive director at Ebenezer Maxwell Victorian Mansion. more
Despite rising interest rates, development in Mt. Airy continues to chug along as investors seek to capitalize on land for dense new housing projects. more
A new civic group with the potential power to influence development in both Mt. Airy and Germantown has community leaders worried. more
If the team slated to turn the former Germantown High School into an apartment complex gets its way, it could be ready for move-in in 18 months. more
This Small Business Saturday, Mt. Airy is encouraging residents to shop local with a fun Go Mt. Airy Shopping Crawl. more
The holiday season brings new chances to celebrate community in Philadelphia's Germantown neighborhood. more
The paper is among 17 local news organizations to receive such awards, which are designed to help support long-term sustainability. more
The developer of the long-shuttered Germantown High School campus is scheduled to appear at a Town Hall next week to discuss his plans. more
A female passenger shot and killed the driver of a Route 23 SEPTA bus in the Wayne Junction section of Germantown on Thursday. more
Mt. Airy resident Kay Wood and Glenside resident Linda Rosenwein were both already quite accomplished when they started their show. more
Keith B. Key, CEO of a development company that’s been contracted to redevelop the Germantown YWCA, announced a new funding plan. more
Lovett Memorial Library in Mt. Airy will reopen with a “welcome back” celebration on Monday, Oct. 16. more
More than 60 years before the U.S. Constitution proclaimed an intent ”to secure the blessings of liberty,” immigrants founded their church. more
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