Search Results for 'by Tom Beck'
211 results total, viewing 1 - 20
Residents from Mt. Airy gathered at the Richard Allen Lane train station on Sunday for a Community Planting & Pizza Day event. more
Northwest Philadelphia residents Cherelle Parker and Nina Ahmad won their primary races for mayor and city council at large. more
Bass won the race despite being beaten overwhelmingly in Chestnut Hill’s 9th ward, which had the highest turnout in the city. more
A 46-year-old man who was canvassing for One PA, a progressive political organization, was fatally shot by a fellow canvasser on Monday last week in Germantown. more
As midnight approached, Bass' lead would be cut to just two percentage points, re-energizing the now-thinned-out crowd at Seth Anderson-Oberman's campaign event. more
“First, I want to say thank you to everyone who helped me get here,” Ahmad told the Local. more
“If I was going to be in a band,” Noah Weinstein told the Local from a studio in Huntsville, Alabama, “I wanted it to be a band that was going to go somewhere.” more
Just last month, a Pew Research Center poll of Philadelphia residents confirmed what a lot of city residents already believed: reducing the city’s crime rate is a “top priority.” more
TierView Development was granted a demolition permit for one wall of the building that formerly housed the Mt. Airy National Bank at 7208 Germantown Ave. in preparation for an addition. more
Like the first debate, the second, which was held jointly by Germantown Community Radio and Center in the Park, had its fair share of highlights that portrayed the differences between Bass and Anderson-Oberman, who, if elected, would serve in office for the first time. The Local was present and rounded up a few of the highlights. more
Campaign season in the 8th Councilmanic District will end Tuesday when voters decide whether to retain incumbent Councilmember Cindy Bass or elect her challenger, Seth Anderson-Oberman. more
In a statement emailed to the Local Friday, Bass repeated the quote she provided for a previous Local story: “It’s not an auction; it’s an election.” more
Michael Daniels, a former constituent services representative for Councilmember Cindy Bass, was sentenced to 90 days in jail last week. more
About 100 Germantown neighbors turned out in force to express unanimous opposition to a proposed five-story, 148-unit project at 42-68 Church Lane. more
Last Wednesday evening’s debate for May 16th’s 8th District Councilmanic primary election featured three-term incumbent Cindy Bass and her challenger, Seth Anderson-Oberman. more
Mt. Airy residents are on track to soon see the construction of eight newly improved crosswalks along Germantown Avenue beginning in the fall of next year. more
The Springfield Township Zoning Hearing Board continued until May 22 a hearing on Christine Visco’s appeal of a violation issued for operating a business within a residential district. more
The Springfield Township Zoning Hearing Board is scheduled Monday to hear a homeowner’s appeal of a January zoning violation for operating a business inside a residential district. more
With affordable housing and other development concerns emerging as a major issue in the current race for city council, many voters are considering what kind of relationship each candidate has with developers. more
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
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 11 | Next »