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Henry Bromley, food service director at The Hill at Whitemarsh, loads a Chestnut Hill Meals on Wheels volunteer’s car with soup and sandwiches. by Lauri A. Barish, Executive Director, Chestnut … more
Allison Antenucci and Anthony Sottile were married on Friday, March 27,in a beautiful, impromptu ceremony at the Chestnut Hill Water Tower. Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, they were unable … more
A humble holiday light display to chase away the darkness of COVID-19. by Kate Dolan Mount Airy residents may begin to see a sight more typical of the holiday season as they take solo walks in the … more
Rev. McKinley Sims, 31, who will become the full-time minister at the 200-year-old Unitarian Universalist Church of the Restoration in Mt. Airy in July, is streaming services live as a result of the … more
by Lisa Wright Once Jewish Children’s Folkshul and Adult Community (which meets at Springside Chestnut HIll Academy) learned about CoVid-19 becoming a potential threat to our in-person … more
Chart: Sheyna Rose by Sheyna Rose Many of us are now home with children who would otherwise be in school. This may feel distracting and overwhelming at times for those of us working from home. We … more
McMenamin’s owner PJ McMenamin had to close his family bar for the first time it would ever miss a St. Patrick’s Day in 83 years. (Photo by Francesca Cantarini) by April Lisante As St. … more
The chapel at SCH Academy where Cresheim Valley Church holds services. by Sue Ann Rybak Following the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control that groups of 50 or more not meet to help … more
History at Home's web page By Lori Salganicoff,Executive Director, Chestnut Hill Conservancy Let's take a socially distant stroll through history. While we all stay close to home, we invite you to … more
“She is a positive , affirmative inspiration who has made a difference in my life,” a reader told us about West Mt. Airy resident Yvonne Ferguson Hardin of Fergie’s Instructional Training FIT … more
Portraits of unidentified sitters by Violet Oakley. Do you know any of them? Photos courtesy of Woodmere Art Museum. by George McNeely The Woodmere Art Gallery has recently launched a new program: … more
by Allison Day, intern, Boyer Sudduth Environmental Consultants.  Interested in greening your business and learning practical solutions? CHBA and Boyer Sudduth Environmental … more
Fifth of a series from the Chestnut Hill Community Association Physical Division By Celeste Hardester This series of articles from the CHCA Physical Division is intended to provide a … more
by Barbara Sherf Members of the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Restoration (UUCR), 6900 Stenton Ave. in Mt. Airy recently honored two of their own with an oversized indoor fabric backdrop and … more
By Len Lear We know that schools are supposed to teach English, history, science, etc., but one teacher at Springside/Chestnut Hill Academy (SCH) may just be the only teacher in the Delaware Valley … more
Hill resident and artist, Ned McConaghy. by Len Lear There are a myriad of talented artists, painters, sculptors and illustrators in the Chestnut Hill area, but lifelong Chestnut Hill resident Ned … more
When chest pain strikes, it’s sometimes hard to know if the cause is something you ate or a heart attack. Symptoms of heartburn and heart attack can be quite similar, but the right diagnosis can … more
Enjoying a moment at Malelani Café (from left) Terry Rival, Debbie Ansile and the author, George Drakopolos, owner of Malelani Café. By George Drakopolos I don’t think I have to tell you all the … more
By Leslie Cerf If you love to garden, consider becoming a Master Gardener. Are you the kind of person who loves gardening? Do you wish you could have the chance to expand your knowledge while … more
by Barbara Sherf Is Chestnut Hill ready for a Drag Show? The franchise owner of AR Workshop at the top of the hill is offering a “Galentine’s Day Wood Workshop and Drag Show” on Saturday, Feb. … more
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