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In early June, 16 families from C. W. Henry and Henry Houston schools went to Harrisburg to demand legislators pass a budget that allocates fair funding to Pennsylvania public schools. The day was … more
The Chestnut Hill Conservancy's sold-out Spring Gala on Saturday, June 8, will honor Charlie Dilks, a man whose commitment to conservation has significantly impacted the community. more
Mt. Airy, a vibrant and diverse community in Philadelphia, faces a pivotal moment in its urban development trajectory. more
 The resolution establishes the Pennsylvania Task Force on Agent Orange and Other Toxins. more
On Monday night, Jews will begin celebrating Passover during the seder. I can’t help but think about my friend and his family who are living in a tent in Gaza. more
The CH Conservancy and FOW will do everything in our power to ensure and encourage a responsible and sustainable development at Greylock. more
Growing up as a Muslim kid in a Jewish neighborhood with a Catholic mom, I saw every day how religious diversity can make a family happier. more
Politicians in Harrisburg come and go, but one enduring constant is a reflexive inclination to shield information from the very people who pay the bills — we, the taxpayers. more
As I listened to the speech, the governor called for many big-ticket items I’ve been lobbying his administration for. more
I am compelled to speak out against the recent actions of the Philadelphia Democratic City Committee chairman, Bob Brady. more
No matter your reason, there is plenty of research pointing to the benefits of taking a break from alcohol. more
Snow was the top story on the news last night. more
Give a gift to the environment by taking a low-waste approach to the holiday season.  more
The morning of Friday, Nov. 3, 2023, was bitter, one of the coldest days this fall. As he approached the entrance of the Khair Community Center in the predawn light, the community member briskly … more
LUPZC has so far considered Greylock’s applications for zoning variances in isolation, as if there were not other, more restrictive, legal limits. more
A new report by the PennEnvironment Research & Policy Center shows that gas-powered garden equipment creates significant pollution and noise. more
The 22nd Ward Open Caucus has announced its endorsements for the General Election on Nov. 7. more
There is currently a proposal for the re-development of 209 W. Chestnut Hill Ave., the property known as Greylock Mansion. more
This spring, I met with a nonprofit community group to discuss a lawsuit. A business was suing one of their members. more
I still serve as a family nurse practitioner at Abbotsford Falls Health Center once a week. My Friday morning shifts have greatly informed my legislative advocacy. more
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