518 results total, viewing 481 - 500
Evelyn Summers, 100 (left), practices a duet with Chestnut Hill resident Dena Sher in Summers’ Mt. Airy condominium. Summers, who is still teaching piano lessons, was honored at two birthday … more
VIPs flipped the switch on the third annual Night of Lights last Friday, Oct. 4 (from left) State Representative Chris Rabb, State Senator Art Haywood, Chestnut Hill Conservancy director Lori … more
A rendering of the proposed residence buildings at United Lutheran Seminary in Mt. Airy. The buildings will add 149 housing units to the campus. by Pete Mazzaccaro The Chestnut Hill Cheese Shop … more
Cars back up into the intersection at Highland and Germantown avenues. PGW work on Seminole has cut traffic from West Chestnut Hill Ave. and forced drivers to use Highland and Germantown avenues. … more
The urns are now located at the entrance of the Free Library of Springfield Township, 8900 Hawthorne Ln. in Wyndmoor. Two 9.5-foot tall decorative urns that were once at Whitemarsh Hall, a former … more
Living Beyond Breast Cancer CEO Jean Sachs. by April Lisante Jean Sachs has never had breast cancer. But for more than two decades as the head of the Living Beyond Breast Cancer organization, the … more
The CHCA Board was given a tour of the new McCausland Lower School at SCH Academy before its meeting last week. (Photo by Brendan Sample) by Brendan Sample After several months of debate and … more
Top of the Hill Market (Photo by Pete Mazzaccaro) by Pete Mazzaccaro The Top of the Hill Market and Café at 186 E. Evergreen Avenue has evidently closed for good. The owners of the café have not … more
All photos by Sue Ann Rybak by Sue Ann Rybak Philip Dawson, executive director of the Chestnut Hill Business District, said this year’s annual Fall for the Festival was a tremendous … more
Megan Rutt with her children, twins Carly and Madeline, and her son, Owen. (Photo courtesy of Megan Rutt) by April Lisante It was the size of a pea, but Megan Rutt knew something was wrong. She was … more
Haircuts will now be a common sight in homes and offices, maybe even out in public, in the Philadelphia area if Chestnut Hill native Will Newton has his way. Seen here is Shortcut Philadelphia Hair … more
by Brendan Sample After close to a year after the initial filing, the Friends of Abolition Hall went before the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas to appeal Whitemarsh Township Board of … more
2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate, Sen. Cory Booker, spoke in the backyard of Chestnut Hillers Jason and Gingi Wingard. (Photo by Kenny Holdsman) by Pete Mazzaccaro New Jersey Sen. Corey … more
Bert Schultz by Pete Mazzaccaro There was a time in which Bert Shultz’s footage of student anti-war activists at Fordham University, where he was a student, was quite literally underground. That … more
Greysen Jennings at last year's Walk for Apraxia. (Photo courtesy of Maya Jennings) by Sue Ann Rybak In some ways, Springfield High School student Maya Jennings’ 10-year-old brother, Greysen, is … more
Tim Beckham and Judy Morgan On Wednesday, Sept. 25, The Rotary Club of Chestnut Hill will host Tim Beckham and Judy Morgan, who will present a slideshow on climate change, focusing particularly on … more
  Joe Sestak Presidential candidate and former U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak visits Chestnut Hill College on Monday, Sept. 23 to discuss innovative governance and how he would transform the presidency as … more
SCH seniors assisted first-grade boys with the ceremonial planting of the first American Chestnut tree. (From left) Simon Nong, Luke Feeney, Sara Fitzsimmons from American Chestnut Foundation, Khai … more
Carrie Zimmerman rides in last year's Breakthrough Bike Challenge, which will be held on Sunday, Sept. 15, at Daniel Boone Homestead in Birdsboro. Zimmerman is a friends of Charlotte Martin, … more
Osaka in Chestnut Hill was closed by the city for failure to pay taxes. The notice (right) was placed on the door last week on Thursday, Sept. 5. (Photos by Brendan Sample) by Brendan Sample After … more
« Prev | 1 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.