As the next step to a demonstration held a few weeks ago, residents attended a meeting with Senator Bob Casey’s office to address concerns surrounding the Greene Street post office.
It’s officially summer, meaning the kiddos are out for the summer. Check out these events below for parents and caretakers looking for low-cost and free fun for the family this summer around the neighborhood.
After neighborhood-wide reports of local postal service issues, Germantown residents plan to gather this Saturday. Here’s why.
On the 6/9/22 episode of G-Town Info Hub Hour, we partnered with Kouvenda Media to air their newest podcast centering the experiences of a mother helping her son on his journey to healing after an unfortunate bout with gun violence. “Stronger Every Day” tells that story.
More than 400 visitors attended the Celebration of Roses Festival during Memorial Day weekend.
This past Saturday, the Germantown Farmers Market returned for a second time under Philly Forests’ organization.
On Friday, May 13, the city’s historical commission added the Sun Ra house to the Register of Historic Places.
On May 14th, Vernon Park will house an event centering on connection and collective grief as a means to de-stigmatize the drug-related loss of a loved one. Here’s what’s planned and why it matters.
A local art gallery and coffeeshop have teamed up to stand in solidarity with Ukraine by calling for artist contributions.