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by Catherine M. Brzozowski Weight loss isn’t just about looking good – it’s about being your healthiest. Obesity is a common and very serious condition that is rapidly rising in the … more
NFA teachers (from left) Lindsey Sachs (Technology Integration), Shannon Craige (Media Studies & Learning Support), Ally Monteiro (STEM) and Admissions Director Erin Wallin organized the recent … more
Friends of the Wissahickon seeks volunteers to help keep Wissahickon Valley Park clean and beautiful during its busiest time of year. Extra hands are always needed to remove the many fallen branches … more
This Earth Day, Mount Saint Joseph Academy student Ilsa Maguire is looking for 250 slightly used bras for her bra drive (preferably sports bras) to keep the garments out of landfills. She and her … more
Science Fair winner Caden Traversari (left) and Science Department Chair , Scott Stein. by Peter Elliott Caden Traversari, a junior at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy, earned a spot to compete at … more
Dr. John Scanlon by Barbara Sherf We all have experienced changes in our bodies as time marches on, so it’s no surprise that your feet undergo changes with age. Fortunately, taking a few moments … more
"The Father of American golf" Alexander Findlay with the best golfer in the world at the time, Harry Vardon, in Florida. (Photo courtesy of Richard Findlay) by R. John Burnes No one can definitively … more
Township Commissioner Lori Schreiber (left) and Commissioner Lisa Romaniello at a recent Women in Politics event panel. by Len Lear “As an Abington Township resident who cares about the welfare of … more
Students from Norwood-Fontbonne Academy grades one through three pose with famous British primatologist Jane Goodall during a Skype presentation on her work with African chimpanzees and doing good … more
Caring for baby squirrels can be tricky. by Rebecca Michelin, Director, Schuylkill Center Wildlife Clinic Animals are often more attuned to the changes in the weather than we are, and they have … more
Chestnut Hill East line grade crossing at Mermaid Lane as it appeared in 1929, just before the crossing was eliminated. The house at 206 E. Mermaid Ln. is visible to the right. (Photo courtesy of … more
Interior of the Episcopal Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. (Photo courtesy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields) “Why Read the Bible?” is the title for the inaugural Helen White Memorial Lecture, … more
Jean Hemphill and Bob Pomichter plant a tree in Chestnut Hill as part of the Chestnut Hill Tree Tenders program. Looking for a way to beautify your home and neighborhood? Think trees! The Chestnut … more
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