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Jelani Wheeler was sitting at a crossroads – literally and figuratively. He is facing a difficult decision in the upcoming primary election for City Council’s 8th District. more
The April 26 8th council district community forum where incumbent Cindy Bass faces the first significant challenger in over a decade in Seth Anderson-Oberman promises be a true community event. more
Police are investigating incidents of neo-Nazi stickers placed along telephone poles up and down Germantown Avenue in Chestnut Hill. more
Students at Our Mother of Consolation School will return to in-person classes Thursday, April 13, resuming their school year at Chestnut Hill College after a devastating fire destroyed their school. more
The ward’s elected leader, Jeff Duncan, called Anderson-Oberman, who overwhelmingly won the vote among 9th ward committeepeople by a 20 to four margin, an “impressive candidate.” more
There will be something new at the center of the centuries-old service of Tenebrae, to be offered at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Good Friday. more
Gather up your electronics and bring them to Chestnut Hill College on Saturday, April 1, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  The Environment Committee of Weavers Way Coop will be collecting anything with … more
The development team for the old Mt. Pleasant Garage has won its argument with the city's Department of Licenses & Inspections. more
Nestled within the historic Ambler Train Station, patrons of the upscale French restaurant La Provence enjoy not just the food but also the warm smile of 20-year-old busser Yaroslava "Yasia" Chala. more
For week of March 27, 2023 more
As of Thursday, March 29, the city’s website was posting the following update: “Philadelphia’s water is safe to drink." more
For the fifth Sunday in Lent, Father John Fisher, of Our Mother of Consolation parish, delivered his homily from an unusual location – the gym of Norwood-Fontbonne Academy. more
Developer Stuart Udis adjusted his proposed development plans for the former Fred's Mt. Airy Motors site to address community concerns and provide affordable housing. more
Last week’s edition of the Local contained an article that misidentified Karen Bojar as a Chestnut Hill resident. She lives in Mt. Airy. more
The Springfield Township Board of Commissioners and Police Chief Robert Pitkow came together at a March business meeting to officially commend almost half of the force. more
The development team that is now redeveloping the former Mt. Pleasant Garage went before the city’s zoning board last week to fight an October stop-work order. more
The following report is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the period from March 13 - 20.  more
Cindy Bass, first elected to represent city council’s 8th District in 2012, is facing her first serious challenger in this year’s Democratic primary. She said she’s not worried. more
Erika Almiron, a Germantown resident who first ran for City Council at-large in 2019, intends to build a bigger coalition of voters who resemble “the whole city.”  more
A three-alarm inferno destroyed the historic OMC parish school on Tuesday. more
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