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NFA's record improved to 7-1 in the league and 7-2 overall, while the visitors went back to the Main Line at 5-1, 10-3. more
Legal issues aside, stakeholders in the 8th Councilmanic District have also questioned what the moratorium would mean for development in the community. more
When Martha Repman and Ralph Hirshorn began the first screening of Tuesday Nights at the Movies, a whole movement in cinema literacy was fostered by both of them, not only in Chestnut Hill, but in the greater Philadelphia region.  more
One of the few surviving repertory movie theaters, Chestnut Hill Film Group’s Tuesday Night movie program is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. more
Retired history professor Edward J.M. Rhoads just finished his memoir, “War and Revolution in South China: The Story of a Transnational Biracial Family, 1936-1951” more
Barring any legal challenges that could change the map, Chestnut Hill’s current State Representative, Chris Rabb, will no longer represent the majority of Chestnut Hill once the map goes into affect. more
Adelinas, Chestnut Hill's newest restaurant, can be found at the corner of Germantown and E. Southampton Avenues. more
Anyone who has ever owned a restaurant has probably felt at some point that someone was driving nails into their head. Working around the clock, including nights, weekends and holidays (when most … more
The Chestnut Hill Conservancy presented its Preservation Recognition Award to the Streets Department. more
Anne Krawitz, who runs AKA Bindery in West Mt. Airy, is one of only two independent studios left in the city that still bind books by hand. more
In response to residents’ complaints about loud popping sounds of pickleballers swatting plastic balls, the city closed three of the center’s six pickleball courts for the winter. more
Ned, as he was known to friends, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Jan. 22.  He grew up in Greensburg, PA, with his older sisters Mary, Jean (Anderson), and Ann (Krissinger). At Greensburg … more
Carla Cain, the committeeperson suing Bass, says in the lawsuit that Bass improperly removed her as the designated primary contact for the 22nd Ward Democratic Committee RCO, a registered community organization she created in 2019. more
On Dec. 19, SEPTA quietly inched the Chestnut Hill West line even closer to its pre-pandemic schedule, adding early evening service, midday service and weekend service. more
Since 2015, Weavers Way Co-op has been offering shoppers on a limited income a 10 percent discount on the high-quality, nutritious food that is their specialty. And as of September, the stores have been taking it a step further - pushing that discount up to 15 percent. more
The event last year marked a soft opening for the used bookstore. For a $5 donation, the Friends will set you up on a Blind Date with a Book. more
The Palmers, who will be teaching an in-person class for Mt. Airy Learning Tree on Feb. 10 entitled “Shaken, Stirred and Strained: Gin 101,” are the co-owners of Palmer Distilling Company, a small craft distillery at 376 Shurs Lane in Manayunk. more
SCH student founded a nonprofit that so far has raised $80,000 for a boarding school in the Yushu region of Tibet. more
There is another William Morris. He was not a movie star or singer. more
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