Germantown: “We Need People To Put These Guns Down.”

Germantown: “We Need People To Put These Guns Down.”

As of yesterday, there have been 258 homicides in Philadelphia so far this year according to the Philadelphia Police Department. There have been numerous shootings in Germantown, resulting in critical injuries as well as death. In Germantown, the unsolved murder of a loved one began one woman’s crusade to fight for justice for her brother, […]

 

East Falls and Germantown: Education Platforms Vital in 2016 Election

East Falls and Germantown: Education Platforms Vital in 2016 Election

The 2016 Presidential Election has been a topic of conversation throughout Philadelphia, as well as the rest of the nation. The communities East Falls and Germantown are no exception. Despite the many issues spurred in the various televised debates between candidates, many residents of East Falls and Germantown agree that the plan for children and […]

 

Germantown: “It Might Only Be Five of Us Starting Out But Soon People Will See and Want to Help.”

Germantown: “It Might Only Be Five of Us Starting Out But Soon People Will See and Want to Help.”

Inspired by growing concerns about the lack of waste management in Germantown, a small group of individuals joined together and recently completed a 90-day clean-up initiative known as “Clean It Up Make It Safe Germantown.” The program, while still in its early stages, is supported by the Ray of Hope Project, a registered non-profit created […]

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Germantown: “We Might Be Making Some Headway, But I Don’t Want To Jinx It.”

Germantown: “We Might Be Making Some Headway, But I Don’t Want To Jinx It.”

Emaleigh Doley is a Germantown native who has seen the neighborhood continually transform throughout the years. Her contributions to the community began on a grassroots level during the foreclosure crisis in 2009, as she observed quality of life issues arising within the area. Now, she uses her passion for her neighborhood in her work as the […]