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Though a sign for Little House on the Hill is still up, the property at 8100 Germantown Ave. has been vacant for nearly two years. (Photo by Brendan Sample) by Brendan Sample Though it has remained … more
SCH’s world champion robotics team.[/caption] by Peter Elliott Team 1218, Springside Chestnut Hill Academy’s robotics team, are the 2019 Champions of the FIRST World Robotics Tournament, which … more
by Stan Cutler Seventy people came to the library branch on Germantown Avenue on April 23 to hear Claude Epstein’s presentation about an intriguing Philadelphia mystery – what happened to the … more
The Morris Arboretum announced last week that it had hired William G. Cullina to take over as The F . Otto Haas Executive Director starting on July 8. Cullina will succeed Paul W. Meyers, who served … more
by Brendan Sample With Art Haywood now into his second term as Pennsylvania State Senator for the 4th District, his office is looking to make stronger connections to leadership groups in the … more
The Smith brothers, all students at Norwood-Fontbonne Academy, participated in the school's "Color Walk" in support of their cousin, Nate, who was diagnosed with lymphoblastic lymphoma. by Peter … more
In its five years of existence, GFS' International Students Program has helped to enhance the lives of the participating students and existing members of the GFS community. by Isabel Mehta Now in … more
Judge Lynn and his wife, Barbara, at the PCVA Luncheon. Roxborough resident Judge James Murray Lynn received a pair of recognitions this month. The Philadelphia Coalition for Victim Advocacy … more
Dr. Anthony B. Bradley of The King’s College in New York City will be the keynote speaker for Phil-Mont's 75th Anniversary Gala.[/caption] by Karen Hamilton Philadelphia Montgomery Christian … more
Melissa Mao, MD The thyroid is a small but powerful butterfly-shaped gland at the base of the neck. The thyroid gland influences almost all of the metabolic processes in your body through the … more
Celebrate Earth Day at the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education’s eighth Naturepalooza festival from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 27. The festival offers fun for the whole family … more
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
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