Posts Tagged ‘Germantown’

Available: Life In The Log Cabin At Stenton

Available: Life In The Log Cabin At Stenton

November 20, 2015  |  Vantage

What's life like living in an 18th century log cabin in Germantown? Karen Chernick talks with the former caretakers of Stenton, who cared for the colonial grounds of James Logan's historic summer home for over a decade > more

Concerned Southwest Philly Residents Organize Against Energy Hub Plans

Concerned Southwest Philly Residents Organize Against Energy Hub Plans

November 18, 2015  |  Morning Blend

The first meeting of Action United outlines a looming fight, PHA happy with Wissahickon playground suit result, the men behind North Philly’s next hyperlocal, and Two Liberty Place to be traded > more

Building Momentum, Temple’s President Wants To Build A Stadium

Building Momentum, Temple’s President Wants To Build A Stadium

November 10, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Temple President argues for campus football stadium, former candy factory in Graduate Hospital purchased, the Commerce Department boosting consumer confidence with security cameras, and work to begin on Walnut Lane Bridge > more

With $10 Million, Federal Government To Help Philly Make Reconnections

With $10 Million, Federal Government To Help Philly Make Reconnections

October 28, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Department of Transportation to give Philly TIGER grants, a restored Vernon Park, when green space is controversial, and another end for J.C. Dobbs > more

Is A Good Season Enough Reason For A Temple Football Stadium?

Is A Good Season Enough Reason For A Temple Football Stadium?

October 26, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Questions for Temple officials to mull over, Germantown senior center running out of money, Philly’s coolest offices, and a look at Fleisher’s Callowhill Street orphanage > more