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Pottery artist Stephanie Premich used to sell her wares at 40 events a year. COVID put an end to that, and now she focuses on premier regional events such as Clover Market. more
It is a bold idea, some say, to plan a trail system linking neighborhoods to each other and local parks in a township that has very little green space left. 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
The Springfield Township Board of Commissioners and Police Chief Robert Pitkow came together at a March business meeting to officially commend almost half of the force. 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
The bar, as dark and dense as the Irish woods, was rocking with laughter as we made our way gingerly to the charming dining room just beyond. more
Less than five months after resigning as president of the Springfield Township Board of Commissioners, Eddie Graham resigned from the board altogether on Monday afternoon as an act of protest. more
Colin Delaney was once just a happy-go-lucky freshman at Springfield Township High School in Wyndmoor. That came to a shocking end in February of 2014 when he suddenly became very sick. 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
Conflict over Springfield Township police officers' use of the Blue Lives Matter flag in their union’s logo is playing out in a pending court case, frustrating residents who want to talk. more
A series of recent news developments suggest that one of Chestnut Hill’s historic buildings may be saved from the wrecking ball while another may yet face one. And the fire-gutted Hiram Lodge faces challenges of its own. more
The laundry list of repairs is expected to be complete by the first week of March for reopening. more
 Thurs. March 2, 2023: Land Use, Zoning, and Planning Committee Meeting 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
When Barbara Senst asked 20 Springfield Township cheerleaders if they knew someone suffering from substance abuse, all but three raised their hands. 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
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