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When buildings throughout Northwest Philadelphia started to rattle last Friday at 10:23 a.m., it took most people more than a minute to catch on.  more
Morris Arboretum & Gardens was but one of the many Philadelphia-based institutions that sponsored community gatherings for Monday's eclipse. 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
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
“Dinner & Discussion” series creates a space where differing viewpoints are respected and honoring diversity is expected.  more
The Chestnut Hill Community Association board voted 10-5 in favor of supporting the variances required to redevelop the historic mansion. more
Current President and CEO of Phoenixville Hospital/Pottstown Hospital - Tower Health Richard Newell is slated to take over April 8. more
The Henry H. Houston School’s production of “Aladdin Kids” is a case study of what kind of magic can happen when a committed teacher gets an entire community involved. more
Northwest Philadelphia’s Save the Train coalition of civic organizations is boarding a train to Harrisburg for its next rally on Monday, March 18. more
Construction is likely to begin later this year on Mt. Airy’s long-awaited sidewalk project. more
A controversial development proposal for the historic Greylock mansion was approved by the narrowest of margins by a committee of the Chestnut Hill Community Association. more
In next month's primary election, voters can also show support for registered community organizations. more
Chestnut Hill’s first Airbnb variance request to go before the Zoning Board of Adjustment under the city’s new rule on short-term rentals is being heard this week. more
Cacciamani's departure was effective immediately. more
He confirmed what many have feared. more
Soon, Northwest Philadelphia will be without the shop founded by Carmen Notarianni Sr., and currently operated by his son. more
The cameras use software that’s not compatible with the Philadelphia Police Department’s camera monitoring system. more
Two committees on Monday asked for more information before voting on the controversial redevelopment of the Greylock Estate. more
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