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Our most observant readers detected that last week’s issue of the Local was dated September 9 instead of September 8. more
Depending on whether you read your Local online or in print, you may or may not be aware that we recently launched a new, more robust events calendar on chestnuthilllocal.com.  more
I do not, as a rule, write editorials. In general I don’t think my opinion on this or that topic is of particular interest to our readers. I’m more interested in what you have to … more
Last week’s editorial page contained a very unfortunate inaccuracy which must now be corrected for the record.  more
The latest woe for the beleaguered USPS is the recent rash of thefts from mailboxes. And on the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 15, we realized it had also happened to the Local. more
Veteran journalist Kristin Holmes, who had been working in the business side of our paper, has come over to editorial and joined our staff as a part-time Assistant Editor. more
From Arnie and the staff at the Chestnut Hill Local, best wishes for a Happy Holiday and a better New Year. more
Proof of vaccination is required at more and more venues. And it's easy to get with a free vaccination. more
Stag & Doe nights, feature extended store hours, holiday specials, and complimentary refreshments at many shops. Wednesdays December 1, 8, 15, 22. more
That magical time from Thanksgiving to Black Friday to Shop Local Saturday to Cyber Monday to Giving Tuesday. more
Shopping season has arrived. The Avenue has plenty to offer. Including free parking on Wednesdays through December. more
Must be leafblower season more
October 26 is the deadline to apply for a mail-in ballot. more
McNally's Tavern, George Woodward Company, Norwood-Fontbonne Academy, at their centennial. more
We’ve been making a few changes here at the Local in the four weeks I’ve been your editor. One of the most important of those changes started last week, when Tom Beck joined the team as our newest reporter. more
Nearly all of the feedback provided by neighbors was negative. more
“It being one of the principles of the Circumlocution Office never, on any account whatever, to give a straightforward answer.” more
On September 14th, I sent an email to the U.S. Postmaster General, Louis DeJoy.  Because I couldn’t trust the USPS to deliver a letter to him. more
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