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“If you had told me 10 years ago that this is where I would be, I would not have believed it,” said Wyndmoor resident Martha Sharkey. more
When Arleen Olshan arrived at the Mt. Airy Art Garage to open last Sunday, she discovered the Pride and Black Lives Matter flags had been ripped down from the front of the building. One flag holder was torn out of the wood, and the other held on by one bent screw. The flags were laying on the ground. This followed an incident a few weeks earlier when their BLM flag was stolen. more
For students and their families who attend the city’s public schools, like Houston, Jenks and Henry in northwest Philly, COVID-19 policies and protocols have been established. more
Don’t consign those vacationing bird feeders to a Labor Day yard sale. The still unidentified sickness that has affected eastern songbirds since May appears to be tapering off. more
It’s a nightmare scenario: You’re doing work, answering emails or browsing the web when, suddenly, your computer or mobile device stops working. A taunting message takes over your screen… more
“It is important to emphasize that a strategic alliance is not a merger between health systems," said Tower Health CEO P. Sue Perrotty. more
Beginning at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday, August 12, 2021, masks will be required at all Philadelphia businesses and institutions that do not require vaccination for employees and patrons. more
New lighting, landscaping at the lower entrance to Chestnut Hill. more
On August 4 the Philadelphia Zoning Board of Adjustments approved a variance on 540 W. Moreland St. that had failed to win support from any of the CHCA review committees or the surrounding neighbors. more
COVID-19 cases are increasing in the city, leading the Philadelphia Department of Public Health to strongly recommend that everyone, regardless of vaccination status, wear masks when indoors in … more
Sunday, August 8th, it’s time to pamper your fur baby or feathered friend at Petapalooza, the area’s biggest pet play date! more
Kathi Clayton, President of the CHCA, said in a statement: “This year's CHCA Board election was outstanding. It was heartening and gratifying to witness the significant voter turnout of our membership." more
Two area churches are showing exhibits through August 28th putting a face to the victims of gun violence in Philadelphia. The Souls Shot Portrait Project pairs fine artists with families and friends of victims of gun violence.  more
The Montgomery County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has received an $80,591.05 grant  from the Arthur E. Pflaumer Fund of the Philadelphia Foundation. more
The entire Central Mount Airy Commercial Historic District will be the subject of the six-week long opportunity for residents to learn about the recommended zoning changes and make comments and suggestions about any future changes. more
On July 15, Philadelphia residents received the first of many Child Tax Credit payments. Future Child Tax Credit payments are scheduled for August 13, September 15, October 15, November 15 and … more
The Pastorius Park summer concert series concludes on Wednesday, August 4, with Worldtown Soundsystem. more
Providing both options in the same meeting is proving a challenge. more
On July 7, the Philadelphia Zoning Board of Adjustments granted a variance for the new housing development at 30 W. Highland Avenue. The decision had been expected. more
The City initially closed MLK Drive to vehicles from East Falls Bridge to Eakins Oval on March 20, 2020 more
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