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Not everyone appreciates the roar of chainsaws outside their window first thing in the morning, but it was music to the ears of Pastorius Park neighbor Kava Franklin. more
Flower lovers, rejoice. Germantown Avenue is about to burst into bloom again, and it won’t just be at street level. more
The “Kid’s Zone” at the Jenks Academy for the Arts and Sciences, a perennially favorite part of Chestnut Hill’s Home & Garden Festival, is back again this year. more
What’s your favorite treasured place in Chestnut Hill? It's time to vote for new sites to join the Chestnut Hill Architectural Hall of Fame. more
In the spring of 2016, a lawn sign popped up in the front yard of a home at Gravers Lane and Ardleigh Street. The sign advertised Backyard Eats. more
The answer most people give today when they are asked why they love Chestnut Hill is that they love its historic village character. more
The Chestnut Hill Brewing Company, which is celebrating its sixth year in business this April, has certainly delivered on its original promise. more
About 100 Germantown neighbors turned out in force to express unanimous opposition to a proposed five-story, 148-unit project at 42-68 Church Lane. more
It’s a sure sign of spring in Chestnut Hill: the annual Home & Garden Festival, returning to Germantown Avenue Sunday, May 7.  more
Mt. Airy residents are on track to soon see the construction of eight newly improved crosswalks along Germantown Avenue beginning in the fall of next year. more
Deep into the pandemic, Beth Wright surveyed SEPTA’s Highland Station and saw silent tracks and an empty parking lot. She saw something else, too. more
At 102, Deacon Rena Graves figures she is an expert on the intricacies of aging. more
The C.W. Henry Elementary School in Mt. Airy just became the 5th city school that must close due to the discovery of asbestos in the building. more
The Springfield Township Zoning Hearing Board continued until May 22 a hearing on Christine Visco’s appeal of a violation issued for operating a business within a residential district. more
Chestnut Hill resident Barbara Thomson, who is running for Municipal Court judge, says, “I have been preparing for this job for 35 years.” more
Georgia Forjohn, the new marketing and events coordinator for the Chestnut Hill Business Association, seems born to the task. more
Marsha Stender, longtime librarian and branch manager of the Lovett Library in Mt. Airy, has just stepped down from that job after 17 years of service. more
The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage has awarded $1,170,000 in fellowships to 12 Philadelphia area artists of color. more
The Chestnut Hill Conservancy is celebrating the success of that experiment with an April 13 lecture and accompanying walking tour on April 23. more
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