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In-depth, original reporting on housing, transportation, and development.
Wayne Junction is quietly booming. Can it last?
Steps from the Wayne Junction Station, at the southern border of Germantown, sits a large empty lot surrounded by the neighborhood’s industrial past and unfolding future.
10 months ago
Germantown residents say their City Council person abused her power to help a political backer win a development contract
A group of Germantown residents filed a complaint against City Councilmember Cindy Bass, alleging the lawmaker abused her power during a community meeting.
11 months ago
What Germantown can learn from Lauryn Hill
David Rose moved to Germantown in 2016 to take care of the Black Writers Museum. As he prepares to leave Philly, he reflects on the lessons he learned.
1 year ago
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