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The Local is recruiting board members. more
“I have received so many letters since Martha died about how she affected people's lives." more
Jewish families around the region will begin observing the High Holidays at sundown Sept. 25, marking the holiest time of the year. more
When Brendan Dwyer was four years old, his mom, Marianne, became the director of Teenagers, Inc., a nonprofit that aims to connect teens to the world through community service. more
According to city statistics, Philadelphia hit 1,250 opioid overdose deaths last year – a situation that Jose Benitez, CEO of Prevention Point Philadelphia (PPP), knows all too well. more
The following crime report is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the period from Sept. 5-19.  more
Philadelphia Police are on a hunt for a man who sexually assaulted a 71-year-old Mt. Airy woman in her home on the 7400 block of Devon Street Thursday afternoon around 3:30 p.m. more
The Chestnut Hill Community Association’s first annual Fall Frolic was a big hit on Thursday evening, drawing a crowd of at least 174 people to the Philadelphia Cricket Club. more
Rick loses his idealism when he loses Ilsa amidst the chaos of World War II, opening a bar in neutral Casablanca to lick his wounds. more
After overcoming Shipley School and George School in preseason scrimmages, the Springside Chestnut Hill Academy volleyball team had a different outcome against a third Friends Schools League squad. more
As their early non-league field hockey games grew progressively more challenging, the Springside Chestnut Hill Academy Blue Devils found themselves in a real battle last Thursday. more
For some time, the Penn Charter field hockey team has changed head coaches every one or two years, but now its looks like the Quakers may have found a mentor who will become a steady leader. more
There are 100 new units of housing in two separate developments coming soon to Mt. Airy, both of which are just off the commercial corridor of Germantown Avenue. more
It’s not every day that a municipality condemns land to preserve open space. But the Springfield Township Board of Commissioners did just that on Sept. 14. more
The Chestnut Hill Community Association won a major legal battle on Tuesday in its attempt to stop construction of a five story, 33-unit apartment complex where the old Sunoco station used to sit on … more
Questions still remain about the new streetlights that went on residential streets early this summer more
Philadelphia’s congressional delegation wonder why Postmaster General Louis DeJoy still has a job. more
One of the victims had to be transported by helicopter to Einstein Hospital. more
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