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The Rev. Rayford Emmons, the first African American Catholic priest in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, is entering his 50th year of service. more
One of the best things about Northwest Philadelphia is that there’s always something to do. We’re highlighting that with our new calendar. more
The conflict between the founder of the Mt Airy Art Garage and its current board members appears unlikely to end soon. more
A man was found lying dead on a lawn on Saturday morning on the 100 block of West Gravers Lane. more
An unkempt piece of land will soon become a community hub where Mt. Airy residents can plant vegetables, tend to trees and explore nature.  more
Concert pianist Andre Watts, 77, a trailblazing virtuoso of classical music, spent his childhood and teenage years in Germantown. more
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack visited Roxborough’s W.B. Saul High School to announce the investments. Another recipient: Weavers' Way. more
Controversy over alleged homophobia and censorship at Mount Airy Arts Garage erupted last week with an anti-bias complaint. more
A CSX train derailed in Whitemarsh Township on Monday morning near Joshua Road and Stenton Avenue. more
In two separate incidents since July 1, two young men who were walking along Chestnut Hill streets each were forced into a car at gunpoint. more
A six-count suit filed in the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia charges widespread negligence and retaliatory behaviors. more
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, which serves its members and the surrounding community, has not been immune to the plague of gun violence. more
Someone hacked away at the Tausendschon rose that has been growing up the front of the historic Wyck house for more than 113 years. more
Ten million people nationwide watched GMA's July 4 segment on Chestnut Hill, featuring McNally's Tavern, Booked, NoName Art Gallery and Pastor James Buck Jr, owner of Southern Flames BBQ. more
The permit would allow the demolition of a two-story house at 6915 Germantown Ave., now used as a home for disabled people. more
The Lynnewood Hall Preservation Foundation has completed its purchase of the historic estate, paving the way for future public access. more
Residents are invited to come out early on July 4, when the 8100 block of Germantown Avenue will be closed to traffic. more
In 1969, the Northwest Center in Mt. Airy opened its doors to help those with mental health and developmental challenges. Now it's undergoing a renovation to help further that vision. more
If you’re a pedestrian who’s strolled by the corner of Germantown Avenue and Bethlehem Pike in the past week, you may have noticed a bit less shade than you’re used to seeing.  more
Producers at "Good Morning America” have chosen the neighborhood for their Fourth of July broadcast this year. more
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