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Douglas Davis By Heather S. Gray The 2020 CHCA Meritorious Award was presented to the Essential Workers throughout the Chestnut Hill area. This is the second in a series profiles of essential … more
Rev. Kline is seen here with his wife, The Rev. Jessie Thompson, who is also an ordained Episcopal priest. The couple got married, moved across the country from the West Coast and were ordained this … more
Angie Bush has worked at Fresh Market in Chestnut Hill through the pandemic. The 2020 CHCA Meritorious Award was presented to the Essential Workers throughout the Chestnut Hill area. Over the next … more
Volunteer planters Sebrina Cellarrosi and Molly Murphy. Everyone and everything are affected in the time of COVID – even flowers.  CHGDF (think flower baskets, flower barrels, flower boxes on … more
Bob Harris, who served on the NVN board and became president in April of 2020, and his wife Barbara (seen here) moved to Mt Airy from Michigan six years ago to be closer to their adult children. … more
Blew Kind is a Germantown activist and mother who owns and operates an offbeat “anti-capitalist” coffeeshop. by Len Lear Blew Kind, a 32-year-old Germantown resident, is a complex gumbo of … more
By Kate Dolan The Chestnut Hill Community Association held its annual meeting on Thursday, July 23, delivering State of the Union addresses, recognizing the area’s essential workers and the … more
Ben, 30, and Caitlin, 31, just got married June 7, which happens to be Ben's birthday and also Caitlin's birthday. Caitlin is holding Jack, a combination Maltese and Yorkshire Terrier, and Ben is … more
Sculptor Roger Wing carved the remains of a tree on Shawnee Street into one of his signature sculptures. The 100-year-old tree had to be removed earlier this year. (Photo by DB Fromm) By DB Fromm … more
Four generations have run the D'Amico family salon for a total of 100 years. Salon 90 at Nicholas and David is now at 90 Bethlehem Pike. Seen here, from left clockwise, are great-grandfather Natale … more
By Anne McNiffExecutive Director, CHCA The Chestnut Hill Community Association begins a new term in August with a slate of seven new and returning members to its board of directors.  The CHCA … more
Pat Stokes in a family photo. (Photos courtesy of Stokes family) by Len Lear The family of Patricia (“Pat”) Schriever Stokes, the late columnist for the Local, business owner on the Avenue, jazz … more
Mary K. Fitzgerald, CEO of Eluna (right) with Susan Hansen, Chair of Eluna’s Governance Committee (second from right) and Camp Mariposa Seattle campers. by Sue Ann Rybak More than 120,000 … more
Jean Gajary, of West Mt. Airy, takes care of her sweet three-legged rat terrier, Tres, who is traumatized by the fireworks, which Jean insists have been set off in the neighborhood every single … more
by Celeste Hardester Seventh of a series from the Chestnut Hill Community Association Physical Division Of course there is a story to how fences came to be. There is always a story if … more
Barbara Adophe, 72, is seen with her older granddaughter Lilli, who lives in New York. Her newest granddaughter, Sage, is 18 months old and lives in West Mt Airy. “I’m a big hiker, and I love … more
Valerie tending to day lilies. by Stan Cutler Valerie, my wife, whose daily life revolves around plants, came charging into the den as I was about to fall asleep. I was in my recliner, about to doze … more
Bohemian Pink owner Monica Schermer (right) and Paula Riley take part in a virtual Fashion Show hosted by the Chestnut Hill business District on Wed., May 27. by Kathleen Dolan Sweatpants were … more
McIlhenny's grandmother (left) and her sister, Mable, are seen in the early 1940s with Mable’s son, Billy, who was killed in the Battle of the Bulge. by Rich McIlhenny Our great grandmother Irene … more
Hiller, Historian and Local columnist George McNeely will discuss the Woodmere Art Museum in a program sponsored by the Springfield Township Historical Society. The Springfield Township Historical … more
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