PHILADELPHIA — There’s nothing like spring in the Wissahickon, so while Philadelphia is staying home, Friends of the Wissahickon (FOW) is bringing the outside in with the Virtual Valley. Filled with Wissahickon-focused videos, maps, trivia games, and interactive family activities, the online…

PHILADELPHIA — The Department of Public Health Tuesday announced 544 additional presumptive confirmed cases of COVID-19 - and an additional 20 deaths – in Philadelphia.

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PHILADELPHIA — The Table Food Pantry at Roxborough Church is partnering with the City of Philadelphia's food distributions. Hours are on Mondays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon until we are on the other side of COVID-19.

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Spring means many things at the Schuylkill Center – woodchucks and turtles come out of hibernation, flowers burst from the forest floor, buds pop open on our millions of trees, birds return to Roxborough from their winter homes, toads begin crossing Port Royal Avenue (any day now, by the way…

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The Cheltenham Township Police Department, along with 11 other Montgomery County Police Departments will be conducting a written examination of Police Officer on Saturday, April 25, 2020 at the Montgomery County Community College. Registration begins at 8:00 AM.

Roxborough United Coach and Board Member Jeff Mitchell was given the prestigious Dan Shissler Soccer Award for “Leadership, Dedication, and the Promotion of Soccer in Philadelphia” at the Phila Parks & Recreation annual soccer banquet recently.

PHILADELPHIA — Roxborough is blessed with an abundance of open space, but that open space vanishes daily under new development as builders discover some of the last available land in the city. Given the importance of open space to the character of our community, the Schuylkill Center will ho…

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The Roxborough Eagles held their annual awards banquet on Sunday at the Commodore Barry Club in Mount Airy. Coach Dave Eckelmeyer handled the emcee duties with his usual aplomb and quick wit to keep the audience amused throughout the presentation.

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The Roxborough Aces Special Needs sports clinic began their winter season with instruction and drills in basketball, soccer, and adapted bowling.

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The Andorra Library, under the guidance of Miss Molly, has revived its therapy dog reading program entitled “Paws For Reading." Thanks to the addition of a young golden retriever named Cooper, young children will have an opportunity to practice reading in a non-threatening environment to a c…

PHILADELPHIA — Quintessence Theatre Group, Philadelphia's professional classic repertory theatre, continues its 10th season of progressive classics with the Philadelphia premiere of Angelina Weld Grimké’s 1916 masterpiece, "Rachel."

PHILADELPHIA — If you’re looking for a way to get involved in this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, consider helping Friends of the Wissahickon (FOW) in its ongoing grounds work project for the sixth annual service day at the historic Thomas Mansion in Germantown on Monday, Jan.…

MIDDLETOWN — A progressive top prize-winning ticket worth $347,839 for the Pennsylvania Lottery’s Chili Pepper Payout game was sold at a Roxborough lottery retailer on Saturday, Jan. 4, lottery officials said.

PHILADELPHIA – East Falls’ historic Old Academy Players continues its 97th season by presenting its 523rd production, the hilarious and charming Barefoot in the Park by American playwright, screenwriter, television writer, and librettist Neil Simon.

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On Thursday, Americans of all shapes, sizes and colors gather around tables overflowing with colorful cornucopias of food. And whether that table includes cranberry sauce or couscous, tortellini or tortillas, the centerpiece of the meal is likely that quintessential American bird, the turkey.

PHILADELPHIA — Krista Wieder will take the helm at North Light Community Center in the Manayunk section of the city. Wieder is a dynamic and effective leader with more than 19 years of experience developing, supervising, and advancing strategic and sustainable initiatives in Philadelphia. 

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The Roman Catholic and Archbishop Carroll football teams will square off on Thanksgiving Eve, putting an end to the decades long Roxborough-Roman rivalry.

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The Roxborough Rebels team headed to Cooperstown next summer hosted a fundraiser on Saturday night at IHM's Father Sullivan Hall.