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Larry Weaner is one of only six horticulturists in the country to be given a “Great American Gardeners Award.”  more
No matter what else the future brings, longtime Mt. Airy resident Mark C. Lashley will always be known as a "Jeopardy!" champion. more
For his Eagle Scout project, Charles "Chip" Amuso is overseeing the creation of 10 handmade quilts for residents of Keystone House. more
Lynnette Shelley walked away from a successful career to be a full-time artist. Anyone who loves animals is thrilled that she did. more
Megan Rath is preparing for another grueling training session. more
Next to the word “craftsman” in the dictionary should be a photo of Nick Corso. more
The death of a loved one can be overwhelming. That is where Naila Francis, a certified death coach and grief midwife, comes in. more
It is no secret that young people today (and lots of older people) are obsessed, and in some cases, even addicted to their phones. Then there is Asher Dahlgren, 16, of Wyndmoor. more
The delicate flower paintings of Betsy Batchelor are part of a colorful career retrospective on exhibit at the Cope House Gallery in Germantown. more
“I work from 5:30 a.m. to 10.30 p.m. If someone invented a 25th hour or an eighth day in the week, I'd be working it,” said Danielle Jowdy. more
Lori Salganicoff, executive director of the Chestnut Hill Conservancy, will leave the organization in six months. more
The revitalization of these courts marks a significant milestone, not just for the avid players, but for everyone who cherishes this communal space. more
When we launched our Idea Labs, earlier this month, we weren't sure how the community would react.  We should've known. more
In early June, 16 families from C. W. Henry and Henry Houston schools went to Harrisburg to demand fair funding. more
Dill gets the ball out of the timeout, and sure enough, when he drives to the basket and Shipley defenders collapse on him, his man is wide open. more
The Chestnut Hill Conservancy would like to thank Liz Jarvis, who retired on May 3 after 30 years of growing the Conservancy’s archives. more
Ed Glassman, a Mt. Airy resident for the last 10 years, grew up in East Falls and graduated from Chestnut Hill Academy in 2003. more
If you are running a major corporation but are stuck in a rut and need to be extricated by some "out-of-the-box" thinking, you may want to call upon Natalie Nixon. more
Ann Perrone is a trailblazer. Twenty-five years ago, she became the first female scoutmaster of a Boy Scouts of America troop in the city's "Northern District." more
The Cresheim Village Neighbors met May 2 via Zoom to learn about three residents with extraordinary careers. more
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