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We received a letter recently from Rebecca Choitz of Chestnut Hill, who informed us that the retirement of Gerald P. Leaube, the hairdresser at Gerald Paul, 8316 Germantown Ave., was causing quite a stir among his loyal customers. more
B.Q. Basement Systems, which specializes in basement waterproofing, concrete leveling, crawl space, foundation repair and gutter installation, recently was ranked number two in the small-businesses category of The Philadelphia Inquirer’s 2021 Top Workplaces. more
Garden State Tile is relocating its Philadelphia showroom from Center City to Chestnut Hill, on the east side corner of Germantown and Moreland avenues, just up the street from Staples. more
While the exact space was not named because of negotiation status, it was described as slightly larger than the Chestnut Hill location, with 10-13 parking spaces, close to a public transit stop. more
The Chestnut Hill Business District announced that as of mid-September Ann Nevel has joined their staff in the role of Retail Advocate, a role she says will “create a buzz” about shopping in Chestnut Hill. more
Everything you ever wanted to know about making and enjoying beer can be learned at the Attic Brewing Company. more
The 2021 warehouse sale returned to the Hill last weekend. more
Bird in Hand Consignment reopened July 7 at 9 W. Highland Avenue. more
This week marks the opening of  “booked” at 8511 Germantown Avenue, the fulfillment of a long-held dream by its owner, Debbie Gress Jansen. more
Nicole Rodriguez was so thrilled to be pain-free that she underwent training herself to become a therapist, using the therapy that relieved her pain. more
Jeff Sklar, who spent the last 12 years as the Medical Director of Chiropractic Services for Cancer Treatment Centers of America, recently announced that he is moving his practice to the Wissahickon Spine Center, 15 W Highland Ave., on Sept. 21. more
The Board of Trustees of the Green Tree Community Health Foundation announced a new name, Foundation for Health Equity (f4HE). more
While it started as a hobby, Erica Johnson’s love for plants quickly became a reminder to care for herself and to heal during the stress and chaos of Covid-19. more
Robertson’s has updated its Genorosity Blossoms for summer. Each arrangement is an exclusive seasonal design in honor of the partner group. The Habitat for Humanity blossoms are roses and … more
Roanoke Garage, 31 W. Willow Grove Ave., has been a staple in Chestnut Hill for 68 years. The D'Amico family has owned and operated this small garage and kept engines running in the community for all of it. more
The Chestnut Hill community is known for its beautiful gardens, and for the past 24 years local landscaper Susan Galka has brought botanical dreams to life with her company Romancing the … more
One day last March, just about the time the pandemic was starting, Isaiah Gregory was cleaning his car and posted it on Instagram. “People started contacting me, asking how much I would charge to do their car,” said Gregory, “but then I started doing much more than cleaning." more
I have driven by the O & F Farmstand at 7639 Germantown Ave. at the intersection with Cresheim Valley Drive on the border that separates Chestnut Hill from Mt. Airy hundreds of times over the years, as I am sure many other area residents have done, and wondered who owns it. more
After operating at 8419 Germantown Avenue since 1987, Bird in Hand Consignment Shop will be moving to a new and more spacious location at 9 West Highland Street. more
As trash piled up last year, people realized they could reduce the load by composting. Bennett Composting sometimes made up to 4,000 stops a week. more
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