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May 21 is primary day across Pennsylvania. Polls will open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. The following is a list of polling places in both the 9th and 22nd wards. For more information on polling … more
This Primary Election Day, several polling locations will change in Springfield Township. Voters who previously voted at the Springfield Township Middle School and Springfield Township High School … more
Longtime Chestnut Hiller Chris Hall, at Mt. Airy Day on May 4, met online marketing consultant Shalena Broaster. Broaster gave Hall a big ‘shout out’ to her 5,000 Facebook followers after he … more
Kim recovering after a double mastectomy in the OR with her daughters, Jasmine and Maisie. (Photo by Shaun Daniels) by Len Lear Each of the estimated 2,000 women, men and children who will convene … more
News footage from 6ABC News at the scene of the shooting of a conductor at Carpernter Lane Station on Friday. The conductor was in stable condition after being treated for a gunshot to his hip. by … more
8101 Crittenden St. has been fenced off in preparation for its demolition. (Photo by Pete Mazzaccaro) by Peter Elliott and Pete Mazzaccaro A developer based in Blue Bell has secured a permit to … more
Tiffany Palmer by Sue Ann Rybak Mt. Airy resident Tiffany L. Palmer, who is running for Judge of the Court in Common Pleas in the May 21 primary election, received the endorsement of the 9th Ward … more
Marco Goldberg by Brendan Sample With most high school upperclassmen taking time at the end of the school year to work on their college careers, one junior at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy has … more
Comcast employee Joseph Ryan participated in a day-long service project sponsored by the company at the Water Tower Recreation Center. (Photo courtesy of Comcast) by Samuel Newhouse The century-old … more
The Chestnut Hill Home & Garden Festival has been rescheduled for Sunday, May 19. The event was originally planned for this Sunday, May 5, but rain in this weekend's weather forecast … more
Avea Sellmeyer , whose drawing of Pastorius Park was one of many items included in the Chestnut Hill Conservancy’s time capsule, signed the back of the capsule’s lid before it was buried on … more
Flourtown author Michael Egenolf with his 11-year-old son, Ian. by April Lisante On a February night in 1971, a sports obsession was born. Sitting in the center of the old Spectrum with his older … more
by Peter Elliott The Chestnut Hill Community Association, in cooperation with East Mt. Airy Neighbors and West Mt. Airy Neighbors, will be hosting a “Meet the Candidates Night” event on … more
Baker Street manager Chrissy Clawson is leading an effort to raise $50,000 for Hodgkin's Lymphoma research. by Sue Ann Rybak Chrissy Clawson, 35, a manager at Baker Street Bread Co., 8009 Germantown … more
Nicole Kligerman (left) and Annie Johnson of the PA Domestic Workers Alliance. by Karen Bojar The Philadelphia Commission for Women held a town hall on “Dignity for Domestic Workers” on April 17 … more
Councilperson Derek Green with son Julian during Autism Speaks activities. (Photo courtesy of The Green Fund) by Sue Ann Rybak April is National Autism Awareness Month, but for City … more
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