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Hakim Franklin and Jessica Lane of Mt. Airy Animal Hospital. By Heather S. Gray The 2020 CHCA Meritorious Award was presented to the Essential Workers throughout the Chestnut Hill area. This is the … more
The Mt. Airy resident is the founder of The Social Impact Cafe at 6620 Germantown Ave., a location she shares with Mount Airy Groceries to provide children in need with snack boxes of healthy food in … more
Mt. Airy native Meg Hagele, owner of the two local High Point Cafés, told us, “Every customer counts. Every sale matters. Every tip to our staff is greatly appreciated. We have had to change our … more
Herb Rothe, III, the fourth-generation owner of Rothe Florists. Rothe received a $2,000 grant from Mt. Airy CDC"s COVID-19 Relief Fund. by Sue Ann Rybak The Mt. Airy Community Development Corporation … more
Molly Taylor, 10, of Mt. Mt. Airy, discovers nature in the Heart + Spirit program. by Christine Wolkin As families with young children struggle to provide educational and entertaining content for … more
A humble holiday light display to chase away the darkness of COVID-19. by Kate Dolan Mount Airy residents may begin to see a sight more typical of the holiday season as they take solo walks in the … more
Rev. McKinley Sims, 31, who will become the full-time minister at the 200-year-old Unitarian Universalist Church of the Restoration in Mt. Airy in July, is streaming services live as a result of the … more
Weavers Way has made multiple changes in shopping services to keep customers safe and food sales even during COVID-19 outbreak. (Photo by Sam Newhouse) by Sam Newhouse The Weavers Way Co-op has made … more
McMenamin’s owner PJ McMenamin had to close his family bar for the first time it would ever miss a St. Patrick’s Day in 83 years. (Photo by Francesca Cantarini) by April Lisante As St. … more
Pictured are the staff members of the Women’s Law Project: Mari Flamm, Carol Tracy, Raven Dorsey, Terry Fromson, Dabney Miller, Amal Bass, Tara Murtha and Margaret Guthrie. Not pictured are the … more
Richard McIlhenny (left) accepts his ranking certificate from Bob Acuff, president and co-founder of RE/MAX Services Blue Bell Lifelong Mt. Airy resident and RE/MAX Services agent Richard McIlhenny … more
Dining For Women had a dinner at From Bali to Bala, a pop-up store at Germantown and Evergreen Avenues in November. Owner Laura Cohn (right), a devoted member of the Thursday DFW chapter , donated … more
Sarah Ribner (right), who grew up in West Mt. Airy, and her best friend, Jess Edelstein, saw the sales of their product go into the stratosphere after appearing on ABC’s “Shark Tank.”[/caption] … more
Tall (6-foot-7), dark and handsome, Mt. Airy entertainer David Darwin has movie star looks. by Len Lear On the roulette table of life, what are the odds that a local guy would perform on national TV … more
Doug Hara is the Tinman, and Leigha Kato is Dorothy in this wonderful revival of the “Wizard of Oz.” (Photo by Linda Johnson)[/caption] by Hugh Hunter Bring your children and relive your … more
Dr. Winnie Hallwachs, tropical biodiversity scientist and Mt. Airy resident, will be giving a free public lecture on species biodiversity at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy on Saturday, Dec. 7 at 4 … more
Ertell Wigham’s hand-made bracelets are available locally at Style by Blain, which sells very high class shoes and tailor-made suits at 8433 Germantown Ave.[/caption] by Len Lear Two years ago … more
Judi Bernstein-Baker , a New York native who has lived in Philly for 47 years, got involved in the civil rights movement in the 1950s and has been working on behalf of victims of injustice ever … more
Mark Lyons will read from “Homing,” sponsored by Big Blue Marble Bookstore, Sunday, Nov. 24, 4 to 6 p.m., at Nexus, 520 Carpenter Lane in Mt. Airy.[/caption] by Constance Garcia-Barrio Could it … more
Henrietta is seen in the Roxborough home of a friend and collector of her sculptures. On the wall behind Heni are paintings by her husband, Reinhold. (Photos by Len Lear) by Len Lear Henrietta … more
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