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The state Department of Community and Economic Development came through with a final $1.8 million that Mt. Airy needs to get started on its crossing project. more
One person’s trash is another's treasure. Now is the time to collect your unwanted clothing and treasures to donate them. more
The Pennsylvania House is advancing modest campaign-finance reforms during an election year that likely will see a torrent of hard-to-trace spending. more
A controversial plan to develop the Greylock Estate remains in limbo this week because so many people showed up to speak. more
People fighting illegal dumping in Philadelphia want the new mayor and City Council to change the rules at city-run sanitation convenience centers. more
Judging from the comments in the Skyspace guest book, reactions to the program are unanimous – the experience is indeed wondrous.  more
Common Pleas Court Judge Ann Butchart heard testimony supporting developer  Ken Weinstein’s effort to take control. more
Pickpockets struck Chestnut Hill three times last week, twice at the Night Kitchen and once at Weaver's Way. more
An electrical fire broke out at the Crefeld School’s 1960s-era arts and physical education building on Wednesday, prompting three fire trucks to respond. more
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The subject was "Michael’s Law," a bill calling for public venues to not charge admission fees for personal care attendants accompanying individuals with disabilities. more
More than 50 media organizations and community groups collaborated to cover the mayoral election last year. Now, the initiative returns with new focus. more
The following is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the two-week period from March 11 to March 25.  more
During the March Board of Commissioners meeting, a ceremony led by Police Chief Michael E. Pitkow honored old and new leaders. more
Eighth graders signed a steel roof truss in the parking lot at Our Mother of Consolation Parish School on Monday. Then it was hoisted onto the top of the school. more
The Rev. Chester Williams has been dealing with floods in his basement since 1969. Ever since, chronic flooding and sewer backups have been getting worse. more
The Chestnut Hill Conservancy is hosting a lecture about sustainable practices for residential rainwater management. more
Residents and advocates have urged the city to take bolder action to address litter and illegal dumping. Mayor Parker has heard the message. more
About 50 members of the Save the Train coalition from Northwest Philadelphia staged a traveling rally to Harrisburg. more
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