What do you wonder about Philly’s suburbs, their people and culture?

WHYY's suburban reporter Kenny Cooper conducts an interview. (Langston Collins)

WHYY's suburban reporter Kenny Cooper conducts an interview. (Langston Collins)

Home to nearly 1.4 million people, Montgomery and Delaware counties are two of the most populous counties in Pennsylvania. A drive through the roughly 660 square miles they encompass will take you through areas known for their racial, religious, and geographic diversity. Through the Revolutionary War and the abolition movement, the counties were often the backdrop for some of America’s most consequential moments.

Despite the abundance of stories to tell today, these areas often feel like a news desert. But WHYY hasn’t stopped attending early morning press conferences and late night zoning board hearings — nor have we stopped reaching out to find the stories that matter.

No one knows your county like you do. That’s why we are asking you to share your insights and questions about your communities.

In Montgomery and Delaware counties, what do you wonder about the places, the people, and the culture that you want WHYY to explore?

Our goal is to highlight what you need, what you know, and what you see. Help us do that by dropping your comments or questions below. We read every submission.

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