Mt. Airy/Germantown
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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
Kevin Douglass Greene lived a relatively private life before he was ready to embrace the legacy that comes with his historic middle name. more
Jill S. Markovitz is a woman on a mission: To make art accessible to children and adults in ways that did not exist before.  more
At a time when neighborhood bookstores are sprouting again in the Northwest, Big Blue Marble Bookstore in Mt. Airy is sailing confidently into its 18th year with a new look. more
Most people take dance classes for a fun cardio workout and a great way to expand their social horizons.  But scientists say they offer even more benefits. more
An USPS-conducted audit of the Germantown Post Office found widespread operational problems ranging from missing keys to scanning issues. more
Ingrid Shepard, who was hand-picked by City Councilwoman Cindy Bass to serve as president and treasurer for the now shuttered Germantown Special Services District, was sentenced to four years of probation. more
As families around the world lit candles last week to observe Kwanzaa, one Philadelphia nonprofit carried out a mission to incorporate the holiday’s principles into its work in 2023. more
It would be impossible to interview all of the more than 6,000 patients of Greenhouse Internists, but there is little doubt that virtually all are devastated that the practice has closed. more
There was a time when Russell Thompkins, Jr., who grew up in North Philadelphia but has lived in Mt. Airy for 50 years, could hardly walk around the Chestnut Hill area without one of his fans waving or asking for an autograph. more
This past year, the Mt. Airy Business Improvement District (BID) celebrated its 15th birthday. more
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