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I enjoyed the “Woodstuck” article (Sept. 14) very much! Not only was it a fun read, but it brought back lots of memories. more
Allow me to take this opportunity to thank our councilwoman, Cindy Bass, for introducing the North Germantown Zoning Map. more
Editor’s note: It appears that we have a celebrity on our hands. These letters are in response to the story of Len Lear’s cat, Blackie. more
Dr. David Becker (“Revered Hill cardiologist dies at 66,” Sept. 14) was my cardiologist for many years. more
As a black man and Chestnut Hill area resident, it's hard to describe how disturbed I am with Tyler Britten's "white savior attitude." more
The story about a zoning overlay to "protect" Chestnut Hill ran on the same day the Avenue was vandalized with white supremacy stickers.  more
Last week was back to school for many. It was heartbreaking to see someone target Chestnut Hill with hate and divisiveness. more
Six years ago, the Chestnut Hill Community Centre faced the prospect of insolvency and closure for building code and ADA violations. more
Jeanne Andrews has a point (in her letter of 8/24/23) that we need to feel secure in our homes. However, she is mistaken in her approach. more
Single-party rule, in my opinion, is not now, nor has it ever been a good idea. more
I was thrilled to see the Chestnut Hill Local named the state’s top weekly newspaper. It certainly deserves the recognition. more
It's no secret that there is a critical shortage of police in Philadelphia. more
We are seeking new homes for parts of the building we don't need, which include items such as doors, light fixtures and radiators.  more
The Shapiro Administration announced it would end Pennsylvania’s 30-year contractual relationship with Real Alternatives. more
Lately, we have seen a disturbing group of young boys show up on bikes or get dropped off by parents. They are torturing the animals. more
I just read the article about John O'Donnell (obituary, July 20). John was the person to open the door to advance my life. more
On July 17, a warning signal, reminding me of Paul Revere, resounded from the CSX train cars derailed in Whitemarsh Township. more
We are deeply saddened by the passing of John O'Donnell (“Local historian, author and record runner dies at 77,” July 20). more
Two canopy trees that stood as century guardians observing the development of Chestnut Hill now only exist in our shared history. more
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