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State AG’s office seeks OARC lawsuit dismissal
7 years ago
Vacant Germantown church could soon become Waldorf School’s new home
Wissahickon Charter School awarded grant to aid construction costs
‘Never Give Up’ fitness studio secured as additional tenant of former Propper Bros. building
8 years ago
Job accessibility takes center stage at community meeting for Bakers Centre ShopRite
Archaeological dig at Germantown Potter’s Field site will not start before March
Germantown YWCA sheriff’s sale may (or may not) finally happen Tuesday
PHA may ‘cut our losses’ and scrap Queen Lane Apartments demo plan, says agency official
Holiday treat for area beer lovers as Foodery Roxborough nears opening
Giovannone brothers voice their intentions for Ridge Ave. project; Bunting House demo decision due this week
Court procedure questions give Bunting House a temporary reprieve
Giovannone brothers proceed with Bunting House demo plans while opponents seek injunction
PHA’s Queen Lane Apartments plan gets city zoning-board approval
Weeks after Hurricane Sandy, swelling swale lingers at Roxborough Reservoir
ZBA approves plans for supermarket at Chew and Washington
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