Mt. Airy/Germantown
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Grief coach Naila Francis will lead a walk through nature for anyone in mourning, noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 13, at The Farm at Awbury Arboretum. more
The state Department of Community and Economic Development came through with a final $1.8 million that Mt. Airy needs to get started on its crossing project. more
Common Pleas Court Judge Ann Butchart heard testimony supporting developer  Ken Weinstein’s effort to take control. more
The Mt. Airy CDC is excited to officially announce the Go Mt. Airy Gala and open ticket sales this month.  more
“Dinner & Discussion” series creates a space where differing viewpoints are respected and honoring diversity is expected.  more
Despite modifications, the Philadelphia Historical Commission unanimously denied a proposal to build a five-story building in the heart of Germantown. more
Construction is likely to begin later this year on Mt. Airy’s long-awaited sidewalk project. more
Coffee may perk you up and help you deal with the daily grind, but if you’re anything like Christopher Petersen, you absolutely must have a cup of coffee in the morning. more
The Germantown Urban Village Historic District was unanimously designated by the Philadelphia Historical Commission on Friday. more
Located in beautiful Mount Airy since 1910, Holy Cross School is a landmark in the community. Holy Cross School is Middle States accredited and offers a small class size, with caring, experienced, … more
The Rev. Elsa Johnson Bass recently retired as a worship arts pastor whose mission was to get young people involved. more
Dr. Marc Lamont Hill will deliver the keynote speech Saturday, Jan. 20, at the 7th Annual MLK Radical Symposium. more
A residential project at the former site of the diner is running behind, but now has plenty of Wissahickon Schist. more
Mt. Airy residents now have an idea of what they can expect to see on the 6900 block of Germantown Avenue. more
In 2023, Allens Lane celebrated the center’s 70th anniversary with renewed energy, passion and commitment to the founders’ vision. more
The birth of East Mt. Airy Neighbors (EMAN) in 1966 marked the commencement of a transformative movement. more
You might know Anne Dicker as chair of West Mt. Airy Neighbors’ Traffic Calming Committee. Come Jan. 9, she’s slated to add another title. more
Children attending classes at Germantown Jewish Centre were evacuated last week after the Mt. Airy synagogue received an emailed threat. more
Cherese Akers works to raise awareness about losing a baby. more
The Philadelphia Historical Commission has added a section of Germantown’s ACES Veterans Museum to its list of historic places. more
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