Posts Tagged ‘Francisville’

SS United States Too Costly To Return To Ocean, Study Concludes

SS United States Too Costly To Return To Ocean, Study Concludes

August 5, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Rethinking SS United States plans once more, select school buildings to receive additional lead testing, and Ridge Avenue’s revival in Francisville > more

African American Museum Exhibits Unsung Cuban Arts Movement

African American Museum Exhibits Unsung Cuban Arts Movement

February 17, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Afro-Caribbean art exhibit on display, Democratic party to chip in on CHOP garden, a cautionary tale for Center City real estate, and Clarke’s Francisville affordable housing proposal delayed by Planning Commission > more

Stotesbury Gates Ready For Restoration This Fall

Stotesbury Gates Ready For Restoration This Fall

August 11, 2015  |  Morning Blend

A gateway to Mt. Airy receives its final grant money, Groundswell unveils its plans for Roxborough pocket park, a look at Francisville’s “pop-up” pool, and East Falls gets another RCO > more

City’s Oldest Active Fire Hall Designated Historic

City’s Oldest Active Fire Hall Designated Historic

July 28, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Two of John T. Windrim’s buildings being preserved, an urban garden in Chinatown North, and learning another language through a mural > more

Historical Commission Approves Designation Of Art Deco Auto Showroom On Fairmount Avenue

Historical Commission Approves Designation Of Art Deco Auto Showroom On Fairmount Avenue

February 13, 2015  |  News

1930s-era Art Deco auto showroom at 15th and Fairmount Avenue is bound for the Philadelphia Register after Historical Commission approves nomination > more