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The 65 children brushed the five animals in three separate half-hour sessions, and gave them carrot treats in the playground. more
June 15 will mark the end of the city’s piloting period for new hours, which started in March. more
Board of Commissioners All seven commissioners attended the May workshop meeting (Board President Eddie Graham and Commissioner Michael Maxwell participated virtually). Graham and Commissioner … more
Thursday’s dinner was the first event of an effort to fund components of a Master Plan developed to improve the recreation center and grounds now and in the coming years. more
Homeowners in the Northwest are grappling with the potential impact of increases as high as 30 to 40 percent - and in some cases even more. more
Tamarindo’s, whose comfort food is as comfortable as a pair of flat shoes, is named for the tamarind, a fruit common in the Yucatán. more
“Why do we still need libraries now that almost every kid has a virtual Google library in their pocket?”  more
Recognizing that for most middle class Americans, home ownership is a primary source of wealth and stability, the congregation is focused on making sure their immediate Black neighbors are able to keep and maintain their properties.  more
The Gravers Lane train station, the first building in Chestnut Hill to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places, was in grave danger when the Historical Society took it on. more
Frazier was a member of the United States Naval Academy Drum and Bugle Corps and the Yard Patrol Squadron, where he served as Commodore and a member of the Brigade leadership.  more
State Sen. Art Haywood helped secure the $750,000 grant, a significant step toward the theatre group's ultimate goal of buying and restoring the entire building. more
Held outdoors for the second straight year, the nation’s longest-running horticultural exhibition will take place in South Philadelphia’s FDR Park, 1500 Pattison Ave., a riverside site on Philadelphia’s Register of Historic Places. more
The Co-op has signed a lease for 328 W Chelten Avenue at the corner of Chelten Avenue and Morris Street, in the section of the neighborhood known as West Chelten. It expects to open the new store next summer. more
What most people probably don't know is that the Derby was originally dominated by Black jockeys when it was first launched in 1875, the height of the Victorian era. more
Running in this year’s Democratic primary are six-term incumbent Pam DeLissio, who for the past 12 years has served Roxborough and parts of Montgomery County, and Tarik Khan, a nurse who made a name for himself getting more than 500 Philadelphians vaccinated during the pandemic. more
Known for his candor and vision in the entrepreneurial space, Galloway will be the keynote speaker for a special evening celebrating innovation in education. more
The CHCA Board made the decision to work on the organization itself, and update internal controls, documents and guidelines.  more
Yes, Mt. Airy Day is back - in June. more
His new position at the Mt. Airy CDC, which he started in March, has the same title as his old one: executive director. But this time around, he’ll have a different set of responsibilities.   more
With a number of hurdles now behind it, Chestnut Hill College is ready to move forward with construction of its new entrance at Germantown and Hillcrest Avenues. more
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