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Voter turnout in Northwest Philadelphia appeared to be going steady as of press time on Tuesday, although numbers did not appear to be overwhelming.  more
John Fetterman’s 2022 Senate campaign spent the morning of election day eve outside of Rep. Dwight Evans’ West Oak Lane field office, chatting and taking pictures with supporters for … more
Annabel Wulfhart has two full-time jobs, but she only gets paid for one of them.  more
City and fire officials gathered in Chestnut Hill last week to cut the ribbon on a $10 million renovation and expansion of the Engine 37 firehouse on Highland Avenue. more
Cataldi, who co-hosts 94.1 WIP’s morning show from 5:30 to 10:30 a.m. weekday mornings and is retiring at the end of the year, may have picked a bad time to leave the sports radio business in Philadelphia. more
Meade Easby may have been a magnet for the supernatural. He was six at the time of his first encounter, playing with his brother outside the family mansion on Mermaid Lane.  more
Coming off the heels of the 2016 election of President Trump, the nation was a more polarized place than at any point in recent memory. more
When Amaiyah Ramsey heard the gunshots after the football scrimmage she attended at Roxborough High School, her first instinct was to run and hide.  more
Nina Ahmad, who was elected president of the Pennsylvania chapter of the National Organization for Women in January, will never take voting or freedom for granted. more
Northwest Philadelphia is one of three hotspots for mailed check theft in the city. more
A 22-year-old Germantown resident allegedly connected to a check stealing ring was arrested by Cheltenham Police in the early hours of Sept. 29. more
Ken Weinstein doesn’t like to use the word “stuck,” but for all intents and purposes, that’s the word for what’s up with the former Trolley Car Diner. more
For much of the city, last week’s shooting at Roxborough High School was an astonishing episode of violence in an area many Philadelphians believe to be a safe neighborhood. more
Philadelphia preservationists were alarmed to find the inbound passenger canopy for the former Fishers Station on SEPTA’s Chestnut Hill East Regional Rail line demolished on July … more
Questions remain about whether ongoing construction at the site had been conducted with required city permits. more
Despite objections from the Chestnut Hill Community Association, Bowman Properties won city approval to trim the percentage of retail space in three of five properties. more
There are 100 new units of housing in two separate developments coming soon to Mt. Airy, both of which are just off the commercial corridor of Germantown Avenue. more
The Chestnut Hill Community Association won a major legal battle on Tuesday in its attempt to stop construction of a five story, 33-unit apartment complex where the old Sunoco station used to sit on … more
Questions still remain about the new streetlights that went on residential streets early this summer more
Philadelphia’s congressional delegation wonder why Postmaster General Louis DeJoy still has a job. more
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