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After two unsuccessful runs for statewide offices in 2018 and 2020, for lieutenant governor and auditor general, respectively, Mt. Airy resident Nina Ahmad has shifted her sights to city politics. more
The Chestnut Hill Library, which has been closed to the public since mid-November when the ceiling collapsed and the building’s boiler stopped working, may not be open again for quite some time. more
The CHCA, founded in 1948, will celebrate its 75th Anniversary in 2023 and our Annual Appeal is more ambitious and exciting than ever this year. more
Chestnut Hill’s Holiday Parade is making a comeback on Saturday, Dec. 10, after being canceled for three years because of COVID and inclement weather.  more
The following crime report is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the period from Nov. 14-Nov. 27.  more
Dec. 1, 2022: Land Use, Planning and Zoning Committee, 8pm via Zoom more
Councilmember Cindy Bass introduced legislation in City Council on Thursday that would combat the theft of catalytic converters. more
When the Lantern Theater announced that it would be coming to Mt. Airy’s former Presbyterian Church at the corner of Germantown and Mt. Pleasant avenues, there was at least one issue it didn’t see coming. more
In last week’s Chestnut Hill Local, I wrote about the financial state of the paper. This year, unlike previous years, you will be able to help The Local address some immediate needs when you give to the CHCA Annual Appeal. more
The following crime report is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the period from Nov. 14-Nov. 20.  more
Dec. 1, 2022, Land Use, Planning and Zoning Committee more
About 200 people turned out on Saturday night in support of the Water Tower Recreation Center for an evening of great food, drinks and lively music. more
Quintessence Theatre Group has won Theater Philadelphia’s $25,000 Philadelphia Award for Social Insight, honoring the company for its production of "Flyin' West." more
Eryn Santamoor, a former chief of staff to Councilmember-At-Large Allan Domb and deputy managing director during the administration of former Mayor Michael Nutter, is running for an at-large seat. more
Did you know that Chestnut Hill was once planned to be bisected by a cross-country highway, with a roundabout where Pastorius Park is now? more
The city Streets Department has begun testing two choices for the new LED streetlights that will be installed across the city and is now offering residents a chance to weigh in on their color. more
This year, unlike previous years, you will be able to help The Local address some immediate needs when you give to the CHCA Annual Appeal.  more
The Springfield Township Police Benevolent Association’s adoption of the "thin blue line" flag as their logo is still causing controversy for some township residents. more
You can have a big impact on your neighborhood. The deadline to apply for a free street tree for spring planting is Tuesday, Nov. 22  – a little more than two weeks away. more
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