Mt. Airy/Germantown
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Residents from Mt. Airy gathered at the Richard Allen Lane train station on Sunday for a Community Planting & Pizza Day event. more
For three years, the Northwest Philadelphia area community has been waiting to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Mt. Airy Day. more
Taking a cue from the “Flower Power” movement of the 1960s, the Mt. Airy Learning Tree is using that upbeat theme this weekend. more
Once collectively known as the German Township, the three neighborhoods of Chestnut Hill, Mount Airy and Germantown are steeped in centuries of a rich history. more
TierView Development was granted a demolition permit for one wall of the building that formerly housed the Mt. Airy National Bank at 7208 Germantown Ave. in preparation for an addition. more
Howard Myrick knows what it is like to overcome odds and to battle racist attitudes and practices. more
About 100 Germantown neighbors turned out in force to express unanimous opposition to a proposed five-story, 148-unit project at 42-68 Church Lane. more
Mt. Airy residents are on track to soon see the construction of eight newly improved crosswalks along Germantown Avenue beginning in the fall of next year. more
At 102, Deacon Rena Graves figures she is an expert on the intricacies of aging. more
The C.W. Henry Elementary School in Mt. Airy just became the 5th city school that must close due to the discovery of asbestos in the building. more
Marsha Stender, longtime librarian and branch manager of the Lovett Library in Mt. Airy, has just stepped down from that job after 17 years of service. more
The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage has awarded $1,170,000 in fellowships to 12 Philadelphia area artists of color. more
The development team for the old Mt. Pleasant Garage has won its argument with the city's Department of Licenses & Inspections. more
Developer Stuart Udis adjusted his proposed development plans for the former Fred's Mt. Airy Motors site to address community concerns and provide affordable housing. more
Although her photography spans the breadth of human experience, Julia Lehman has found her truest inspiration underwater. more
All across Philadelphia, community fridges exist to help provide food to neighbors in need. more
After years of decline, Northwest Philadelphia’s Germantown neighborhood has in recent years become attractive to developers. more
A third Northwest Philadelphia resident will be running for one of Philadelphia City Council’s seven at-large seats. Christopher Gladstone Booth, of Mt. Airy, has officially announced his candidacy. more
The developer behind a potential redevelopment of the historic Germantown Town Hall building unveiled his plans for a mixture of housing and commercial space. more
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