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Democrats in the 22nd Ward Open Caucus, a rump group of progressive committee people who have split from the ward's existing party leadership, voted last week to endorse Helen Gym for mayor. more
Thursday, April 13, 2023, CHCA Executive Committee Meeting, 7:00 p.m. Email to register and for location. more
The 1982-83 team will be honored with a halftime ceremony during Monday night’s game against the Chicago Bulls at the Wells Fargo Center. more
It was in 1972 that several West Mt. Airy residents dissatisfied with the quality and prices of food in area supermarkets, started a food-buying group in a church basement. more
Even before last week, it was clear that Seth Anderson-Oberman, challenger to incumbent 8th District Councilmember Cindy Bass, was generating buzz. more
At just 34 years old, Abu Edwards has one impressive resume. Now he's hoping to take that same drive and apply it to an at-large seat on city council. more
The following report is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the period from March 27 - April 2.  more
Thurs. April 13, 2023 CHCA Executive Committee Meeting, 7:00pm more
Mayoral candidates were asked about some of the city’s most pressing issues last week in a mayoral forum in Germantown. more
Jelani Wheeler was sitting at a crossroads – literally and figuratively. He is facing a difficult decision in the upcoming primary election for City Council’s 8th District. more
The April 26 8th council district community forum where incumbent Cindy Bass faces the first significant challenger in over a decade in Seth Anderson-Oberman promises be a true community event. more
Police are investigating incidents of neo-Nazi stickers placed along telephone poles up and down Germantown Avenue in Chestnut Hill. more
Students at Our Mother of Consolation School will return to in-person classes Thursday, April 13, resuming their school year at Chestnut Hill College after a devastating fire destroyed their school. more
The ward’s elected leader, Jeff Duncan, called Anderson-Oberman, who overwhelmingly won the vote among 9th ward committeepeople by a 20 to four margin, an “impressive candidate.” more
There will be something new at the center of the centuries-old service of Tenebrae, to be offered at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Good Friday. more
Gather up your electronics and bring them to Chestnut Hill College on Saturday, April 1, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  The Environment Committee of Weavers Way Coop will be collecting anything with … more
The development team for the old Mt. Pleasant Garage has won its argument with the city's Department of Licenses & Inspections. more
Nestled within the historic Ambler Train Station, patrons of the upscale French restaurant La Provence enjoy not just the food but also the warm smile of 20-year-old busser Yaroslava "Yasia" Chala. more
For week of March 27, 2023 more
As of Thursday, March 29, the city’s website was posting the following update: “Philadelphia’s water is safe to drink." more
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