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Joe Pie, husband of McNally’s Tavern co-owner Anne McNally, was hard at work on Friday deconstructing the restaurant’s popular streetery. more
Dogs running off leash at Pastorius Park have long been a source of complaint. But the practice is sparking new controversy as neighbors debate the possibility of a dog run. more
There were plenty of smiles at Chestnut Hill Hospital last Tuesday when the 120-year-old community institution marked the completion of its sale to a three-partner consortium. more
Join Friends of the Wissahickon on Tues., Jan. 17, for its Annual Public Projects Meeting to hear about the organization’s upcoming plans. more
While most of us will make resolutions based on the numbers that show up on our bathroom scale or our credit card bill, one group that has higher goals in mind – the merchants of Chestnut Hill. more
As the new year begins, the Chestnut Hill Community Association staff and its Board of Directors will continue to promote social connections and community spirit through our activities and programs. more
If you’re looking to dispose of your Christmas tree this January, you could simply put it on the curb in front of your house. But there are alternatives. more
It would be impossible to interview all of the more than 6,000 patients of Greenhouse Internists, but there is little doubt that virtually all are devastated that the practice has closed. more
Land Use, Planning, and Zoning Committee Meeting Jan. 5, 2023, 8pm Via Zoom more
This past year was packed with news for Chestnut Hill and surrounding communities. We looked back over the issues of 2022 and chose stories that stood out as most important. more
The year 2022 will be remembered as a year of growth at Woodmere, and I’m grateful for the many friendships and partnerships that have fueled the museum’s momentum.  more
Consumer spending has been on the rise, a good sign for local business owners. But other factors are keeping area shopkeepers from throwing confetti in the air.  more
This past year, the Mt. Airy Business Improvement District (BID) celebrated its 15th birthday. more
As 2022 comes to a close, I am grateful for the continued growth of our Jumpstart community.  more
The Wissahickon Valley Park is an important part of all our lives. This stunning, 1,800-acre piece of paradise provides a place for recreation, respite and an escape from the stresses of daily life. more
With every new year comes new experiences at Chestnut Hill College. That was certainly true in 2022. more
Serving more than 10,000 residents of the greater Chestnut Hill area, the Chestnut Hill Community Association's values are service, advocacy and community. more
For the Chestnut Hill business community, this year was a period of transition and growth.  After nearly two years of uncertainty and challenge, it was a welcome change. more
Watch Night is a special service which has long been a tradition in the African American community, where believers bring in the new year at church.  more
Land Use, Planning, and Zoning Committee Meeting January 5, 2023 8pm Via Zoom Agenda 5 E. Chestnut Hill Avenue - Variance for detached single family dwelling with 3 interior and 3 … more
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