It was the height of the pandemic and Monika Schermer was panicked. Her husband, like so many in corporate America at the time, had been furloughed from work indefinitely.
Upload photos of your Halloween masterpiece to chestnuthilllocal.com/pumpkin between Friday, Oct 22nd and Tuesday, Oct 26th.
Entertainment for kids of all ages leading up to Halloween.
The Chestnut Hill Community Association is hosting Chestnut Hill’s first annual Canine Costume Parade on “Barktober” 30. Costumed dogs and their owners are invited to meet at the parking lots next to Mimi’s Café on East Evergreen at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 30, and parade with other pooches down to Buckley Park.
Glen Foerd will be presenting “The Poison Garden,” on October 22, 24, 25, and 26, an event that will feature actors, circus artists, and aerialists in an immersive experience spread through the estate’s 18-acre public park and historic site located along the Delaware River,
"Happy families are all alike," wrote Leo Tolstoy, but "every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." Including his.
I always love to report about new restaurant openings, especially after a long year where so many restaurants shut their ovens, bars and lights, never to reopen.
They need foster families.
Baroque orchestra back with live concerts.
“The book is inspired by my mom, who lost her father when she was 18,” Laura Sibson said. “I wanted to write about teenagers navigating grief, and I thought that magic was a good metaphor … I hope readers love these girls as much as I loved writing about them.”
As the Autumn colors come out, make your front porch a display showcase.
The Outdoor Gardeners awarded Laurel Awards to Patti Wilson and Paula MacRae for their support of the garden club, and Liz Snowdon won the District “Forget- Me-Not Award” for outstanding service since 2002
Attacking from the outset, host Mount St. Joseph Academy rolled to a 10-1 victory over Villa Joseph Marie Academy (Holland, PA) the afternoon of October 11.
Springside Chestnut Hill Academy is proud to host an informative and timely conversation for the community about the current crisis in Afghanistan featuring two expert panelists with deep ties to the …
The ants go marching one by one… down Germantown Avenue! Be on the lookout for some ants along the stone wall as you stroll past the playground at the Jenks Academy for the Arts and Sciences.
The artworks in this exhibition, created individually and collectively by Norwood-Fontbonne Academy students of the classes of 2021, 2022, and 2023, reflect their feelings, thoughts, and accomplishments during the year forced away from their classmates.
After Mr. Finnegan, owner of Finnegan’s Furniture Store in Darby, PA, trudged upstairs, leaving me alone in the basement, I turned and looked again at the three tall barrels.