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President Joe Biden kicked off his 2024 campaign at Blue Bell’s Montgomery County Community College on Friday. more
Some 585 people experienced a car break-in – otherwise known as a "smash and grab" – in Philadelphia’s 14th police district last year.  more
Northwest Philadelphia residents can sweep streets, create art and pull weeds as part of Monday's national celebration. Here's a list. more
Join the community of people who are focused on turning Lynnewood Hall into an engine for the future. more
The Morris estate was opened to the public in 1933. Now, 90 years later, it has not only become known for its amazing collection of trees but also for its spectacular gardens. more
The year 2023 was Friends of the Wissahickon’s biggest year yet, with our largest budget and most ambitious scope of work to date. more
As the new year begins, the Advisory Council of the Water Tower Recreation Center has much to celebrate, including its fundraising efforts. more
In 2023, Allens Lane celebrated the center’s 70th anniversary with renewed energy, passion and commitment to the founders’ vision. more
Chestnut Hill Conservancy is grateful for the community's unwavering support in sustaining the Chestnut Hill area's history, architecture and green space.  more
At Woodmere, we are looking forward to continuing progress in the renovation of the Frances M. Maguire Hall for Art and Education. more
Chestnut Hill College’s 99th year was truly one for the history books. New beginnings and exciting milestones helped tell the College’s story. more
At the start of 2023, Jenks excitedly celebrated its centennial anniversary in recognition of its historical past, present initiatives and future goals. more
As 2023 draws to a close, the Friends of Pastorius Park can look back on a year that continued our sustained and significant progress in our ongoing park restoration. more
The birth of East Mt. Airy Neighbors (EMAN) in 1966 marked the commencement of a transformative movement. more
Last month, Greenberg and his wife Bonnie told the Local that Chestnut Hill could expect a new tenant to lease both spaces “sometime next year.” more
The date was set by Judge Ann Butchart in a scheduling hearing on Dec. 22. more
Germantown homeowners saw a 48.4% average increase in property assessments this year, 18 percentage points higher than the city average. more
Two congregations are joining this Sunday, Dec. 31, in a day of lively, collaborative service. 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
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