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Changes to how the city regulates some Airbnbs have left many in Chestnut Hill wondering whether to welcome the short-term rental service. more
A new tenant is scheduled to be announced “sometime next year.” more
Despite rising interest rates, development in Mt. Airy continues to chug along as investors seek to capitalize on land for dense new housing projects. more
After hanging up the headphones in February, former WIP host and current Chestnut Hill resident Angelo Cataldi is back with a new book. more
If the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf gets its way, neighbors on the 100 block of West School House Lane could soon see it demolished. more
A new civic group with the potential power to influence development in both Mt. Airy and Germantown has community leaders worried. more
If the team slated to turn the former Germantown High School into an apartment complex gets its way, it could be ready for move-in in 18 months. more
A CHCA meeting to discuss the future of Greylock was postponed by the developer in an attempt to “engage neighbors and listen to their concerns." more
The City Commissioners Office is investigating one of its employees, after he was summoned to the polling station to fix a technical error. more
The future of 42-68 Church Lane, a parcel for which developers had proposed a five-story, 125-unit apartment building, is “to be determined.” more
When Marie Nee attended the Philadelphia Eagles’ matchup against the Miami Dolphins, the last thing she was expecting was to turn into a social media star. more
The incident, poll workers told the Local, happened right in front of voters and left at least one first time poll worker, Kathy McCrea, feeling doubtful that she’ll ever work polls again. more
It’s game six of the National League Championship Series, and the mood at McMenamin’s Tavern is subdued.  more
The Chestnut Hill Business Improvement District’s executive director, Courtney O’Neill, testified in City Council for the 10-year reauthorization of the BID. more
Keith B. Key, CEO of a development company that’s been contracted to redevelop the Germantown YWCA, announced a new funding plan. more
The Chestnut Hill Business Association is wrapping up its last week of packing before moving to East Springfield Avenue. more
“The subsidies the developer will apply for require the developer to have community meetings,” PRA spokesperson Jamila Davis said in an email. “This meeting is part of that process.” more
Reading like a who’s who of the burgeoning North and Northwest progressive coalition, leaders who supported Seth Anderson-Oberman gathered for summit. more
By the end of Fall, the city hopes to have rumble strips placed along both the yellow centerlines and white edge lines of the entirety of the corridor. It also hopes to install speed tables. more
The city of Philadelphia’s Department of Licenses & Inspections issued a cease and desist order to J’Excellence Event Hall, located at 5-7 W. Mt. Airy Ave., on Aug. 26. more
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