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Tot Lot, the decades-old cooperative summer camp, is moving from West Mt. Airy to the outdoor space of the Cooperative Nursery School at the Unitarian Society of Germantown.
Patch's House & Home
The Mt. Airy townhome featured is at 7525 Devon St.
The people have spoken, and the people like McMenamin's wings.
Several of Food For All Market's customers agreed to invest in the store to save it from closing, but more investors are needed by Monday morning if the store is to remain open.
Pharmacist Idayat Adewunmi opened an independent pharmacy in Mt. Airy's Pelham Plaza last fall because she wanted to be able to give her patients more one-on-one attention.
NewsWorks reporter Jana Shea explains the new Business Association of Mt. Airy from the perspective of the business owners.
The principal of Holy Cross School spoke to an Archdiocese of Philadelphia appeals board Thursday about the possible merger with Our Mother of Consolation.
The non-profit Need in Deed was recognized last Wednesday by Champions in Action for their work with fifth graders at Anna B. Day School, among other projects. Champions in Action is funded by Citizens Bank, and awards grants of $35,000 to exceptional non
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