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Colin McKelvie, one of the originals to help with Candy Cane Lane, watches the cars and people pointing to his colorful and eclectic display. (Photo by Barbara Sherf) by Barbara Sherf It’s time to … more
Video and photos by Brian Rudnick The annual Chestnut Hill Holiday House tour was held this past Saturday. And Frosty temperatures did little to dissuade what appears to be a record number of … more
Ecotherapist Heather Hill (left) and Elizabeth Venart, Founder and Director of The Resiliency Center, are currently celebrating the 10th anniversary of their Center in Flourtown Commons. (Photo by … more
Among the inductees to the Chestnut Hill Architectural Hall of Fame is The Abraham Rex Store, now the home of the George Woodward Co. offices. The Chestnut Hill conservancy added five historic … more
by Brendan Sample At its latest Board of Directors meeting, the Chestnut Hill Community Association assured members that it is very much dedicated to working to fix the ongoing concerns over the … more
by Sue Ann Rybak Tower Health and Chestnut Hill Hospital and members of the SEIU Healthcare union, they had completed negotiations on a contract arrangement that will last three years. A … more
State Rep. Chris Rabb announced that he will host a Holiday Open House on Wednesday, Dec. 19 from noon to 3 p.m. at his district office located at 7216 Germantown Ave. “I’m always excited for … more
Holiday window shopping in Chestnut Hill just got more interesting. Tell us your favorite storefront displays and enter to win $100. Chestnut Hill is known for dressing up for the holidays. … more
Saint Paul’s Church, 22 E. Chestnut Hill Ave., Philadelphia, will offer “Rosemary for Remembrance: A Service When Christmas is a Difficult Time” on Sunday, Dec. 9 at 4 p.m. Music will be … more
An architectural rendering of the replacement bridge for Allens Lane. by Sue Ann Rybak More than 35 residents packed a recent Mt. Airy-Nippon-Bryan-Cresheim Town Watch meeting to get an update on … more
The broken glass pane in Jon Conant’s porch door . (Photo by Jon Conant)[/caption] by Elizabeth Coady This is a story about a residential break-in, and the making of a police report, and how the … more
TD Bank's security cameras picked up this image of a man accused of robbing the bank on Germantown Avenue. by Sue Ann Rybak The FBI and Philadelphia Police Department of Violent Crimes Task Force … more
Delivering Thanksgiving dinners (from left): Challie Gangloff; Lana Boylan, Claire Sharkey; Martha Sharkey, Michele Walker, Marcia Quarles and Karen Pawlowi. (Photo courtesy of Today is a Good … more
The Hovenden House, named for the artist Thomas Hovenden who lived on the property. The home is at the corner of Germantown and Butler pikes. (Photo courtesy of Sydelle Zove) by Brendan Sample After … more
Work began on a retaining wall at Chestnut Hill East Station this week. (Photo by Pete Mazzaccaro) by Brendan Sample As of Monday, Nov. 26, SEPTA began work on restoring part of the stone masonry … more
An architectural rendering of the home the Chestnut Hill Community Association agreed to at 2 E. Chestnut Hill Ave shows a home faced in stone. by Pete Mazzaccaro A new development in Chestnut Hill … more
Linda Long became the first female battalion chief in the city. She's stationed at Chelten and Bayntonin Germantown. (Photo by Sue Ann Rybak) by Sue Ann Rybak There weren’t many women firefighters … more
Lian Gogali is the subject of a film to be shown at Bala to Bali on Dec. 1. On Saturday, Dec. 1, Bala to Bali will screen the film “The Peace Agency” at 7 p.m.. The annual holiday pop up shop … more
Amelia Bonow, the founder of #ShoutYourAbortion, will speak at the Big Blue Marble Bookstore, 551 Carpenter Lane in West Mt. Airy on Thursday, Nov. 29, 7 p.m. by Len Lear Amelia Bonow is either a … more
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