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On Jan. 29, we at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church here in Chestnut Hill will have the honor of welcoming the Rt. Rev. Mary D. Glasspool, Bishop Assistant of the Episcopal Diocese of New York. more
"Oh, yeah, the dog park," a friend commented when we first moved near Pastorius Park more than 30 years ago. more
Although I am in my 80s and my wife is just a bit younger, neither of us had ever required the services of a hospital -- until last year. more
As a lifelong resident of Northwest Philadelphia, I know how much this community, like every community, values its local hospital.  more
Thanksgiving 2022 might be a distant memory for many but it’s still vivid at the Today is a Good Day organization. It’s a precious time of year for us. Many of our volunteers and our … more
I just finished a book written by Anne Perry titled “Shoulder the Sky.” It is a work of fiction which follows a family through their experiences in World War I. more
Wissahickon Valley Park has reached a dark time in its storied history.  This winter marks 25 years of the unjust war on white-tailed deer, the state animal of Pennsylvania. more
Not mentioned in Bridget Irons’ important April 2022 letter about ending the unjust annual Wissahickon deer kill is that it doesn’t work. more
Recently, a homeless man living in his truck was invited to sleep on a friend's couch on a 5-degree night. He parked at a train station. more
As the Jenks Playground comes up on its 25th anniversary, there were a number of projects completed in 2022, thanks to generous donations and grants. more
Water Tower pickleball extends many benefits to Philadelphians and the broader community. more
In November, the Springfield Township Board of Commissioners voted 4-3 against advancing a single-use plastic bag prohibition. more
As a community we united to host another fantastic holiday parade. Our parade continues to grow and evolve while fostering our simple goal – to celebrate the season and our community spirit! more
I will be delivering a check to CHCA this weekend because I believe in supporting local community institutions. more
The CHCA, founded in 1948, will celebrate its 75th Anniversary in 2023 and our Annual Appeal is more ambitious and exciting than ever this year. more
We appreciate State Rep. Rabb’s profound impact while representing our section of the city. He has gone to great lengths to ensure the immediate and long-term well-being of his constituents. more
I am writing in regards to State Representative Chris Rabb’s recent reelection, and how he will change or uphold his policies.  more
We are surprised by our City officials’ lack of action in responding to the Chestnut Hill community’s dismay over the sudden arrival of new, excessively bright and cold LED streetlights. more
Like Ned Bachus, the author profiled last week by Len Lear, I was not a very good student in high school. And, like Bachus, I wound up in community college. more
Architects notice so many details and ask so many questions that it can make a client's head spin.  more
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