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Hilltop hopes to soon stage more events as restrictions ease, including readings, play groups, author events, poetry slams, and book clubs. more
I sometimes wonder if Philadelphia's City Council passed a law when I was not paying attention which mandated that every block in Mt. Airy and Chestnut Hill must have at least one author or one yoga teacher, and any block that does not have one will lose federal funding. more
Sunday, August 8th, it’s time to pamper your fur baby or feathered friend at Petapalooza, the area’s biggest pet play date! more
The annual members meeting of the Chestnut Hill Community Association on July 22 began with the recitation of the CHCA’s activities over the past year, and a reminder of how difficult things had been. more
Sunny skies and a late July heat didn’t stop Chestnut Hill from having itself a merry little Christmas this weekend. more
The Rev. Canon Albert J. Ogle has served as the interim rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Chestnut Hill, for 25 months. When he steps down from that role on Sunday, July 25, it will also mark his retirement after 44 years of active ordained ministry. more
IKEA South Philadelphia has partnered with Chestnut Hill Hospital by donating home furnishing products for the Chestnut Hill Hospital Family Medicine residents’ on-call rooms. 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
A brief but strong storm on Wednesday afternoon knocked out power to local neighborhoods. PECO reported 14,267 customers affected in the region. As of 11:40 this morning, Flourtown was still without power. more
Santa is ditching his coat and donning a Hawaiian shirt as he brings Christmas cheer to Chestnut Hill early this year. This weekend, in fact. more
Andrew Lipke and the Azrael String Quartet were the first musicians to grace the stage at Pastorius Park since the free summer concert series reopened post-pandemic. more
Chestnut Hill resident Alexandre Delcourt, 29, felt fortunate that he was at least able to obtain his “artist visa” that will enable him to stay here until the fall of 2022 and maybe longer. more
Chestnut Hill nursing staff presented a check for $358 to Divo Messori for the fund that provides scholarships for continuing education to hospital nurses. more
The free summer concert series continues at Pastorius Park with the second show in the 2021 series. more
Thursday, July 22, is the CHCA Annual Membership Meeting, in person, and the deadline for voting on new members of the board. more
From July 6 to July 30, East Chestnut Hill Avenue is closed due to sewer work, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. more
Growing up in Delaware, Stephen M. Chrzanowski was always a good writer but did not fare particularly well in science courses, so it was no surprise that after graduating from the University of Delaware he pursued a master's degree at the University of Maryland in journalism. more
After a pandemic hiatus, the free summer concert series returns to Pastorius Park on Wednesday,  July 14, with Andrew Lipke and the Azrael String Quartet at 7:30 pm. more
When thinking about adopting a dog, Chestnut Hill’s Daryn Ray was sure she did not want a husky. more
Working to support Chestnut Hill’s business community, the Chestnut Hill Business Association promotes Chestnut Hill as a commercial destination where members of the community as well as people from surrounding areas can visit, shop and dine. more
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