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Passersby look at a display during the Chestnut Hill conservancy’s Night of Lights on Friday, Oct. 4. (Photo by Bradley Maule)[/caption] by Pete Mazzaccaro The Chestnut Hill Conservancy held its … more
Busy Bee owner Nerice Kendter with a selection of stuffed animals, many of which her store will carry. by Tyller Moorer Two Doylestown businesses – a toy store and an escape room – will open … more
Best of Show 2018 Ellie Moniz with Executive Director Phil Dawson. The Chestnut Hill Business District’s annual Fall for the Arts festival was a hit on a warm, sunny day in which approximately … more
Public voting is now open for the Chestnut Hill Architectural Hall of Fame, a distinguished list of Chestnut Hill’s most treasured significant buildings structures and landscapes, chosen by public … more
Nelson Diaz Hill resident Nelson Diaz, who served as city solicitor under Mayor John Street and as general counsel to the Department of Housing and Urban Development under president Bill Clinton, … more
Ms. Taylor Stabler ‘06 shares her enthusiasm and passion for the Spanish language with her fourth grade class.[/caption] Norwood-Fontbonne Academy recently welcomed its newest Spanish teacher for … more
Mike Weilbacher, executive director of Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, speaks at the official opening of the River Trail Gateway on Sept. 26. In the background from the left is Sarah … more
by Brendan Sample In its last meeting at Blossom Philadelphia, the Chestnut Hill Community Association board of Directors gathered to discuss updates on upcoming events, zoning issues, the search … more
The spotted lanternfly. by Maddie Clark As far as bugs go, it’s attractive – a bit like a strawberry or perhaps an overgrown ladybug. But don’t let its bright colors fool you. The spotted … more
With the new meterUp app, Hill residents and visitors are now able to pay parking meters through their smartphones. (Photo by Tyller Moorer) by Tyller Moorer A new way to pay your parking meter has … more
Rev. Elinor “Nellie” Robinson Greene (right), with her mother “Cookie.”[/caption] by Sue Ann Rybak Rev. Elinor “Nellie” Robinson Greene II’s journey to answer God’s call to serve was … more
Republican House candidate Pearl Kim meets voters at a train station. Kim grew up in Flourtown and graduated from Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School. (Photo by Elizabeth Coady) by Elizabeth Coady She … more
Paul Meyer, retiring Executive Director of the Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania shown here in Western China in 2011, on one of his plant exploration trips. Meyer, a leader in the … more
Terry Mutchler Chestnut Hill resident Terry Mutchler, an AP award-winning journalist and the founding executive director of Pennsylvania’s Office of Open Records, is being inducted into the Open … more
K Hovnanian's plan for the Abolition Hall property. by Brendan Sample After several months of hearing ongoing arguments, the Whitemarsh Township Board of Supervisors has begun deliberations on … more
Blossom Philadelphia's current Mermaid Lane headquarters. by Sue Ann Rybak Blossom Philadelphia, formerly United Cerebral Palsy of Philadelphia, announced that it will close for good by Dec. 31. The … more
Black & White Gala attendees dance at last year’s event. (Photo by Steve Feistel)[/caption] by Laura Lucas, CHCA President The best community party – our Black & White Gala – is just … more
The new 'gateway' to the River Trail at Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education. The Schulkill Center for environmental Education will mark the opening of a new gateway to the Schuylkill River … more
Join Friends of the Wissahickon on Sept. 25 for the first lecture in its fall Valley Talks series when Pouné Saberi, MD, MPH, president of the board of directors of Physicians for Social … more
Laurence Olivier and Joan Fontaine star in Alfred Hitchcock's adaption of Daphne du Maurier's "Rebecca" 7:30 p.m., Tuesday Sept. 25 at Woodmere Art Museum in Chestnut Hill. The film is the only by … more
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