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Print Shop owner Don Cresswell is planning to retire. by Brendan Sample Many Chestnut Hill residents were surprised to see a “For Sale” sign on the Philadelphia Print Shop, which has been in … more
The pipe organ at the First Presbyterian Church of Germantown. by Sue Ann Rybak The First Presbyterian Church in Germantown, 35 W. Chelten Ave., is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the … more
Incumbent 8th District Councilperson Cindy Bass will be going into her third term. With one independent challenger and no Republican opponent, Cindy Bass easily secured a third term as 8th District … more
Part of the team making Bird in Hand what it is:(from left) board member Carol Seving, former executive director and volunteer Dolly Stamat, board member Sara Robbins and volunteer Sue Brint. (Photo … more
Erdenheim native Anne Keenan (left) with with her son Joshua is all smiles as she received an Eagles Community Quarterback Award of $10,000 for her nonprofit, Reading Recycled. (Photo courtesy of … more
(From left) Jesse Carolla, who owns Balance, 12 W. Willow Grove Ave. in Chestnut Hill, with his wife, Amy Carolla, Aamir Poindexter, boxing coach, and Laura Bryan, who is paying for Poindexter to … more
Maura McCarthy (right) leads hikers through several trails in the Wissahickon Valley Park. (Photo courtesy of Friends of the Wissahickon) by Brendan Sample After 13 years as executive director for … more
Lynne Eiser (right), of Mt. Airy, a founder of Elder Activists, an organization of seniors who campaign for social justice, is shown at last Friday’s demonstration in Washington, D.C. calling on … more
by Sue Ann Rybak Wyndmoor resident Robert Pugh was running on Forbidden Drive around 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 23, when he saw four cars going 30 miles per hour between Northwestern Avenue and … more
City Council-at-Large candidate, Pastor Nicholas O’Rourke and his wife, Leslie. The couple were at the Chestnut Hill Breakfast Boutique while campaigning last week. (Photo by Pete … more
Incumbent Democratic Councilperson Cindy Bass (left) is running for her third term in the Nov. 5 general election. Greg Paulmier (right), a familiar primary opponent, is running as an independent. … more
More than 200 attended a meeting at the United Lutheran Seminary to oppose the school's plans to build 149 units of new housing. (Photo by Brendan Sample) by Brendan Sample With more than 200 people … more
Councilperson Cindy Bass (center) held hearings in council chambers on maternal mortality. by Karen Bojar On Oct. 15, Philadelphia City Council’s Committee on Public Health and Human Services, … more
by Brendan Sample Chestnut Hill Hospital confirmed several major staffing changes that will ultimately impact more than 30 individual jobs. The position of Unit Clerk will be changed to Unit … more
It was a glorious Saturday for attendees of its annual Witches & Wizards weekend in Chestnut Hill. The weekend began Friday, Oct. 18, with a pub crawl and continued on Saturday with a day of … more
A tree fell across E. Highland Avenue today (Photo by Pete Mazzaccaro) High winds throughout the day brought down a large portion of a multi-trunk tree on the 200 block of E. Highland Avenue. Winds … more
Despite having no previous business experience and no college courses, Bradley is celebrating five years of success with “1,293 distinct visits in the business the last 30 days and 21 new clients … more
Connor Dobbyn by Sue Ann Rybak Connor’s Warriors, a group of family and friends of Connor Dobbyn, will host Boot Camp for a Cure, a 60-minute, Spartan-based boot camp class, taught by instructor … more
by Sue Ann Rybak Chelsea Lacey-Mabe, a spokesperson for PennDOT, has confirmed that the Allens Lane Bridge over SEPTA’s Chestnut Hill West Line is closed to pedestrians and will not be … more
Cheese Shop owners Dan Weiss (right) and his wife, Susan, help customers on the shop’s last day in business. (Photo by Pete Mazzaccaro)[/caption] by April Lisante They came by the dozens, some … more
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