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A 4.9 acre parcel of woods – Harston Woods at 380 Haws Lane – is at risk. more
Having “Good Morning America” live from Germantown Avenue was very exciting and helped set the scene for the parade. more
Summer in Northwest Philadelphia can look and feel a lot like a post-Rapture Earth. Suddenly, neighbors have disappeared. more
Each year, the Pennsylvania legislature must pass a budget to fund our state government. Several crucial projects will be considered. more
Thanks to our volunteers, board members and book lovers, the Friends of Chestnut Hill Library Big Truck Book Sale was a success. more
Daniel Ellsberg died June 16 at the age of 92. He made public the “Pentagon Papers.” more
We love our green spaces in Chestnut Hill, with more than 30 on our radar. more
I hope that this letter finds you well. Speaking of which, I’m really hoping it finds you, period. more
Speeding kills. Mt. Airy residents have asked repeatedly for speed cameras on Lincoln Drive.  more
The city also should be considering proactive policies. more
The murder of a person on the SEPTA 23 bus is tragic and alarming. But is it really safer to drive a car on Philadelphia streets? more
Maureen Gallo (“Former Local sales rep and 'free spirit' dies at 55,” June 1) was a great co-worker at the Local. more
Does anyone else notice the deterioration of our main street? more
Len Lear's recent article about successful cataract surgery encouraged me to have it done as well. more
Congrats to the Chestnut Hill Local for publishing a terrific story about one of the community’s biggest real estate embarrassments. more
Regarding a story in last week's issue. more
An anonymous donor from Chestnut Hill has pledged $150,000 to Friends of the Wissahickon for a new pedestrian bridge. more
Norwood-Fontbonne Academy has been awarded a $400,000 state grant to support campus enhancements and improvements. more
In 1948, Chestnut Hill built a monument to the 81 area soldiers who died in World War II, and to commemorate all those who served. more
What a beautiful tribute you wrote for Al (“Albert John Wenzel, multitalented CHA grad, dies at 76,” May 18). more
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