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A great many people in Northwest Philadelphia and the adjacent suburbs were undoubtedly delighted over the Biden/Harris victory in Pennsylvania in November, but I doubt if anyone was more exhilarated … more
Their award honors the painstaking care that created their addition to their home at 122 Bethlehem Pike in Chestnut Hill. more
Last Thursday evening, Feb. 11, the Chestnut Hill Community Association’s Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee (CHCA LUPZC) met over Zoom in a special interim session to review the proposed … more
Meet TJ Spirito and Peter Humphreys. Both have attended Springside Chestnut Hill Academy since sixth grade and are now seniors. Together as part of the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, they have built a business. more
The CHCA Land Use Planning & Zoning Committee will conduct a public meeting via Zoom.com to review a variance appeal for an 8-townhouse development at the current location of O’Reilly Inc. more
Under the stewardship of the Community Association, the Greenspace Initiatives Committee completed a fall pruning project of street trees on Germantown Avenue and Bethlehem Pike. more
Melissa Epperly received her Preservation Recognition Award at the Chestnut Hill Conservancy’s annual meeting on January 10. more
This weekend, the Hill will come alive with the return of the Chestnut Hill on Ice two-day festival featuring food, firepits and fraternity. more
Neighbors of the former Blossom Philadelphia property, 102 E. Mermaid Lane, were concerned that the new owners were neglecting the buildings. Things improved last week when the Goldenberg Group responded. more
The Chestnut Hill Community Association’s Deck the Door Contest ran from December 14 through December 28. The feedback was so positive that the CHCA hopes to make this an annual event. more
E.B. O’Reilly and Associates, HVAC specialists, have proposed replacing their office at 30 West Highland Avenue with eight townhouses. more
Because of your support, the Chestnut Hill Conservancy has been able to sustain our stewardship of the history, architecture, and open space we treasure. more
The Covid-19 situation led to a significant uptick in park visitors, many of whom were unfamiliar with long-standing park policy and etiquette. more
Carl Drake has teamed up with Rob and Vanessa Mullen, owners of Campbell's Place, to open Mimi's Café at 184 E. Evergreen Ave., which had been vacant since The Top of the Hill Market and Café closed. more
A capital campaign to restore the Chestnut Hill Community Center continues, with the goal of raising $1.75 million to restore the 200-year-old building. more
Last Spring, the Friends of the Chestnut Hill Library committed to opening a neighborhood bookstore. more
This year, it was pretty clear the annual Christmas Pageant at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Chestnut Hill was not going to happen. more
While the continued impact of Covid-19 has made headlines – both for its unchecked spread and the businesses forced to close in its wake – many are finding the now nine-month-old pandemic … more
The holiday season this year is a little different, and traditions are being reinvented to keep up. Holidays on the Hill might require more social distancing, but that means visitors can shop and stroll with more room to look around. more
It is no secret to anyone, of course, that the pandemic has exacerbated the stresses and strains already felt by people struggling with medical, financial, work-related and family-related issues. The … more
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