Articles in the Ogontz Category
For the residents of Ogontz Avenue between Andrews Avenue and Middleton Street, an invested block captain and caring neighbors have helped their block maintain its peacefulness and achieve a strong sense of community.
Block captains serve as a liaison between the neighbors on their block and the larger community…. Read More
Wednesday is the deadline to declare your interest in running for the Weavers Way Board of Directors.
Candidates are asked to submit a nomination form by Feb. 23 to run for one of four open seats in the co-op’s May 15 election…. Read More
Art, Ogontz, Technology, West Oak Lane »
Sixty-two-year-old Fran McDonald sits anxiously at her computer with her white binder full of handouts scattered with her own notes as she waits for class to start.
“Me and Excel are having a ball,” McDonald says with a laugh.
McDonald is using the “Technology is Power Seminar,” one of the free programs offered at the Philadelphia Center for Arts and Technology…. Read More
How does the old adage go? Don’t judge a man until you’ve walked a mile in his shoes? It is hard to image a saying more fitting for homeowners going through mortgage delinquency and foreclosure. For many, it is hard to imagine the possibility of losing a home to foreclosure and the constant anxiety that accompanies it if we’ve never lived through it…. Read More
It’s every homeowner’s worst nightmare. While sifting through the mail, they notice those huge, foreboding letters staring back at them. Foreclosure. The word hits them like a punch to the gut. Their face goes flush. They can almost feel the blood rushing down their legs…. Read More