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Held outdoors for the second straight year, the nation’s longest-running horticultural exhibition will take place in South Philadelphia’s FDR Park, 1500 Pattison Ave., a riverside site on Philadelphia’s Register of Historic Places. more
The Co-op has signed a lease for 328 W Chelten Avenue at the corner of Chelten Avenue and Morris Street, in the section of the neighborhood known as West Chelten. It expects to open the new store next summer. more
What most people probably don't know is that the Derby was originally dominated by Black jockeys when it was first launched in 1875, the height of the Victorian era. more
Running in this year’s Democratic primary are six-term incumbent Pam DeLissio, who for the past 12 years has served Roxborough and parts of Montgomery County, and Tarik Khan, a nurse who made a name for himself getting more than 500 Philadelphians vaccinated during the pandemic. more
Known for his candor and vision in the entrepreneurial space, Galloway will be the keynote speaker for a special evening celebrating innovation in education. more
The CHCA Board made the decision to work on the organization itself, and update internal controls, documents and guidelines.  more
Yes, Mt. Airy Day is back - in June. more
His new position at the Mt. Airy CDC, which he started in March, has the same title as his old one: executive director. But this time around, he’ll have a different set of responsibilities.   more
With a number of hurdles now behind it, Chestnut Hill College is ready to move forward with construction of its new entrance at Germantown and Hillcrest Avenues. more
The Maguire Foundation has given $10 million to Woodmere Art Museum for St. Michael’s Hall - funding a major improvement to the institution and prompting it to rename the historic building. more
The race for the 200th district, which contains all of Mt. Airy and West Oak Lane and a small sliver of Chestnut Hill south of Willow Grove Avenue, features the only two Democratic incumbents in Pennsylvania who were redistricted into the same district: Chris Rabb and Isabella Fitzgerald. more
In early 1996, Holtz began working with the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History project, which director Steven Spielberg started after the movie Schindler's List to document the experiences of Holocaust survivors. more
When the Pennsylvania Supreme Court finalized the state’s constitutionally-mandated political redistricting last month, it brought bad news for many Hillers who support Chris Rabb. The … more
The Neurodiversity Life Skills Through Career Program, which will serve incoming students who have a neurodiversity diagnosis, will provide extra support starting the summer before their first year of college.  more
Hoerlin, who served as Health Commissioner of Philadelphia and now lives in Center City, taught public health at the University of Pennsylvania and has been a visiting lecturer at Haverford College and Oxford University. more
After Covid forced a year of closure and a sharply curtailed event in another, Chestnut Hill’s annual Home & Garden Festival is back in full swing this year. more
The Multicultural Academy Charter School senior is just one of 300 award recipients across the United States. more
"As the Chestnut Hill Conservancy looks ahead and sees unique new challenges, we need to  leverage the tools we have and invent new ones if we are to face the future." more
Bohemian Pink and Threadwell recycled more than 500 pounds of clear plastic over the last 30 days, earning a free Trex bench as part of the Trex Recycling Challenge. “We are starting a new … more
This is the second in a series of stories offering readers tips about gardening and the natural world from the staff and board members of the Chestnut Hill Garden District Fund, a nonprofit … more
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