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Should any council member be in City Hall longer than any president is in the White House? more
We have just witnessed another horrific mass murder in this country – this time in Louisville, Kentucky. more
I want to publicly express my appreciation to our dear neighbors who have exhibited extraordinary hospitality to the OMC community. more
It is not only entertaining, but sometimes downright harrowing what complications can develop from the interface of people in Chestnut Hill, all eager to beautify, or retain the beauty of, their properties. more
It was sad to read in the Local last week that Springfield Commissioner Eddie Graham submitted a letter of resignation to the Springfield Board of Commissioners. more
 We are in the final days of our Annual Appeal. To those folks who have not yet contributed, there is still time. more
Every faith tradition calls on its members to protect those at the edges. This includes our work to lessen pollution.  more
A few weeks ago my husband, Walt, suffered a fall in our kitchen and hurt his back. At Chestnut Hill Hospital, he was met immediately and taken to an emergency room. No waiting.  more
Lost in the back and forth about who should have the right of way, people with strollers or drivers, is the question of why people push strollers in the street in the first place?  more
During the Chestnut Hill Community Annual Appeal, the Chestnut Hill Tree Tenders would like to thank the Chestnut Hill Community Association and Green Space Initiative for their support. more
Stephen, you stated in your letter that nobody seems to be getting the message about the pothole problem. I got it! more
It is no wonder that women continue to push their baby carriages foolishly and irresponsibly in traffic when a person like Anne Dicker defends them.  more
At this time four years ago, my husband and I were standing amongst a group of excited and nervous parents at the Philadelphia International Airport as we prepared to send our 10-year-old son to Mexico. more
It is no wonder that Philadelphia's pedestrian fatality rate is skyrocketing when car drivers display the sense of reckless entitlement described in a letter to the Local last week by Sam Gugino. more
I have written before to The Local on the subject of potholes in the Chestnut Hill area, but nobody seems to be getting the message.  more
During the Chestnut Hill Community Annual Appeal, the Friends of Pastorius Park would like to thank the Chestnut Hill Community Association and Greenspace Initiatives for its support and matching grants. more
What is it with these mothers (or nannies) who insist upon “driving” their baby carriages down the street as if they have a license to do so from the DMV? more
The Water Tower Advisory Council and “Light Up The Tower” committee would like to thank the CHCA and Greenspace Initiatives for its support and grants in 2022. more
As a Springfield Township resident, I appreciate the coverage by the Local of the current sensitive issues related to hate-filled racist flyers and efforts to improve communication with our police. more
It's a great time to think about planting new trees in Chestnut Hill. more
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