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Dr. Pallav Mehta by April Lisante His task is overwhelming and his mission expansive. But for Dr. Pallav Mehta, a Chestnut Hill father of three, it is a way of life. Armed with medical advances that … more
A display at last year's Night of Lights The Chestnut Hill Conservancy will host its third annual Night of Lights, co-presented by the Chestnut Hill Business District, on Friday, Oct. 4. Night of … more
Roxanna "Roxy" Kestner (second from left) and some of her new friends are seen attending a wedding in Uganda wearing “gomesi,” colorful floor-length dresses. (The tailor who created the dress had … more
Jennifer Pinkus by Sue Ann Rybak Mt. Airy residents Ralph, 74, and Cheryl Pinkus, 73, try to contain their emotions as they talk about their late daughter Jennifer “Jen” Erin Pinkus, an amazing … more
Renee Polsky is seen here on her 83rd birthday on July 17 of this year. by Christine Wolkin Renee E. Polsky, Friends of the Chestnut Hill Library vice president and member of the board for more than … more
Julie Goldberg is leading “Deep Down Dancing” classes at the Healing Arts Studio, 15 W. Highland Ave.[/caption] by Brenda Lange New to the area but an experienced practitioner in the art of dance … more
Chestnut Hill attorney Nan Feyler, previously of Mt. Airy, has just been named executive director of the Pennsylvania Innocence Project, which attempts to exonerate individuals who have been … more
Sean Stackhouse, right, left SCH for Fleetwood Town Football Club’s International Academy last month.[/caption] by Pete Mazzaccaro Sean Stackhouse has been a standout soccer player for as long as … more
Compton, a house built by John Morris and his sister, Lydia T. Morris, in 1887 on present-day Morris Arboretum land in Chestnut Hill, will be the subject of a program presented by the Springfield … more
SCH junior Finn Seifert, at Penn’s School of Law.[/caption] by Kayla Scullion For some Springside Chestnut Hill Academy students, education doesn’t stop in June. Finn Seifert, a junior this fall … more
Chestnut Hill property owner and Wyndmoor resident Sanjiv Jain and his wife, Becky Larson, are seated during the couple’s traditional Indian wedding ceremony that took place in Jain’s Wyndmoor … more
Matthew Duques and Diana Bellonby, of Chestnut Hill, have taken over ownership of Penn Book Center at 130 S. 34th St. in University City. by Christine Wolkin There’s a happy ending for Penn Book … more
On a sunny, weekend day, dog owners let their dogs play off leash. Philadelphia law requires all dogs to be on a leash when not on their owners’ property. (Photo by Michael Penn)[/caption] by Pete … more
James Hilty, Ph.D., is a highly respected presidential historian/author with particular expertise on the Kennedy family. He also serves as a consultant on American politics for national and local … more
The Falcone family, of Erdenheim, will hold its annual Make-a-Splash fundraiser on Sept. 8 to help raise funds for research into Progeria, a rare disease that both Bennet and Nathan have. The family … more
Springside Chestnut Hill Academy Lower School students – Genevieve Mitchell, Adam Lane, Mason McFadden, and Gracie Norcini – literally jumped for joy at the sight of the new McCausland Lower … more
The original police and fire station at Highland and Shawmont Avenues in 1895. by James Smart It’s good news for traditionalists that the city plans to modernize the Chestnut Hill fire station on … more
Nora Madison, Ph.D., co-author of a forthcoming book on digital activism and assistant professor of communication at Chestnut Hill College, is the recipient of one of the most prestigious … more
Fueled by her desire to help those who aren’t represented, Springside Chestnut Hill Academy junior Ella Stevens wrote “A Cape For Candy,” a children’s book designed to raise awareness about … more
Cynthia D’Amico is the 4th generation of hair care professionals in her family, which has run Salon 50 on Bethlehem Pike in Chestnut Hill for 50 years. Behind her is a collection of old photos of … more
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