We know it’s a hard job to keep up with news coverage of Germantown. That’s why we’ll be putting together a regular summary of what stories came out recently that are pertinent to our community.

Here is a recap of what you might have missed so far in May.

Germantown High School Buiding Owner Responds to Community and Agrees to Meet
Germantown Info Hub — By Christopher van Leeuwen, May 4, 2019

Germantown High reimagined as $30 million housing development — with lots of question marks
BillyPenn — By Michaela Winberg, May 7, 2019

Developer of Germantown High School: ‘I guess we kind of made a mistake’ keeping community in the dark
Phillidephia Inquirer — by Caitlin McCabe, May 10, 2019

Community Spotlight: Germantown Avenue Crisis Ministry
MediaNews Group — By Rick Woelfel, May 8, 2019

Gun Violence Awareness event Sunday (May 12th) at Germantown Churches
MediaNews Group — By Rick Woelfel, May 8, 2019

Philly pays tribute to Nina Simone, whose life was forever changed by rejection from one of the city’s great institutions
Phillidephia Inquirer — by Shaun Brady, May 15, 2019

Wanted: Philadelphia leaders who are bold and brave and clear-eyed about gun violence | Opinion
Phillidephia Inquirer — Helen Ubiñas, May 17, 2019

Artist with autism creates Lincoln Financial Field sculpture for Eagles Autism Challenge
Phillidephia Inquirer — Stephanie Farr, May 17, 2019

Upcoming events:

Free Legal Help Available Joseph E. Coleman Northwest Regional Library
Tue, May 21, 2019 2:00 PM

Germantown First-time Homebuyer Workshop Germantown United CDC
Tue, May 28 2019 5:30 PM