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What’s upsetting your digestive system? Learn healthy tips and recipes to keep your digestive system working smoothly during a virtual session with Asyia Ahmad, MD, gastroenterologist, on Thursday, March 4 at noon. more
Howard A. Myrick's latest accomplishment is a newly published book he authored, “Surviving Toxic 'Isms' and Polarizing Dissent; Protecting Our Democracy." more
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
When institutions, corporations and individuals are competing for the same resources during a pandemic, it’s not a sympathetic atmosphere for health care providers who aren’t associated with hospitals. more
Their award honors the painstaking care that created their addition to their home at 122 Bethlehem Pike in Chestnut Hill. more
Luke Klein, 46, who lived in Chestnut Hill for the first 10 years of his life and in Mt. Airy ever since, is a Quaker who puts his time and efforts and passion behind his beliefs. more
For a $5 donation, the Friends will set you up on a Blind Date with a Book. 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
When Edie Appel, 73, retired as Director of ChildSpace Day Care Center on Jan. 29, she left behind a legacy dedicated to the improvement of early childhood education in our community. What will she … more
Last summer, Jane Ellis pitched the idea about starting their own community refrigerator to the administrators at Greene Street Friends School, who jumped right on board with it. 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
Elizabeth Vander Veer Shaak took a roundabout route to making bows for violins, violas and cellos. more
The Mt. Airy Community Development Corporation (CDC) will open applications for a fourth round of business relief funds on Friday, January 15. more
It's hard to imagine how just one person can do it all.  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
West Philly resident Tawanda Russell has been working as a caregiver for almost two years in Chestnut Hill for SYNERGY HomeCare of Bala Cynwyd. 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
Many community activists in Northwest Philadelphia virtually revere attorney Yvonne Haskins, who has been fighting for victims of injustice for a half-century, but I doubt if many know she was once a police officer here. more
Kaitlin Orner, 33, has brought a bit of Eden to 6352 Germantown Ave. with her new plant store and flower shop, Pomelo Flowers and Gifts. The word “pomelo,” a big Asian citrus fruit as … more
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