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Community spirit is alive and well - and few know that better than the members of Mt. Airy’s Cresheim Village Neighbors. more
Sarah Gutwirth, an acclaimed Chestnut Hill artist, has an interesting story about how she wound up in her job. more
The Chestnut Hill Conservancy paid tribute to Fleming with a gift he truly would value: A grove of bur oaks in Pastorius Park. more
Dr. Rebecca Maury, 53, an internal medicine specialist, was the first medical doctor in the Northwest to approve patients for the use of cannabis from her Germantown Ave.  office. more
Once collectively known as the German Township, the three neighborhoods of Chestnut Hill, Mount Airy and Germantown are steeped in centuries of a rich history. more
Germantown resident Sherrie Elle, an author and founder of a book publishing company, is a woman who comes with an unusual story of her own.  more
Walter Bell, an international force in jazz, gave up the flute for 20 years because his music career wasn’t paying the bills. more
Howard Myrick knows what it is like to overcome odds and to battle racist attitudes and practices. more
Georgia Forjohn, the new marketing and events coordinator for the Chestnut Hill Business Association, seems born to the task. more
Marsha Stender, longtime librarian and branch manager of the Lovett Library in Mt. Airy, has just stepped down from that job after 17 years of service. more
Nestled within the historic Ambler Train Station, patrons of the upscale French restaurant La Provence enjoy not just the food but also the warm smile of 20-year-old busser Yaroslava "Yasia" Chala. more
Although her photography spans the breadth of human experience, Julia Lehman has found her truest inspiration underwater. more
Courtney Jewell has been selling weekly deliveries of fresh local flowers in Northwest Philadelphia since 2019, after moving to East Mt. Airy. more
This is a story I could not wait to sink my teeth into. more
His neighbors probably do not know it, but Stephen C. Kelly, 79, who has lived in Mt. Airy for 50 years, was once a recording and performing star.  more
After a lifetime of working in technology, with travel that took him all over Asia, James Whipple Miller started an improbable new career after settling in Chestnut Hill eight years ago.  He founded a publishing company. more
The palliative care unit at Chestnut Hill Hospital will soon have a new name: the Susan Bray Palliative Care unit. more
Chestnut Hill resident Susan Jacobson, recently selected by Gov. Josh Shapiro to be a member of his transition team, may well have done more than most to help Philadelphia recover from the pandemic. more
The soon-to-retire WIP personality and Chestnut Hill resident just assumes things will always go wrong: “I'm by nature negative and nervous.” But he's picking the Eagles. more
At 94 years old, the Rev. Robert L. Polk – who recently published his third book – has always been a pioneer. more
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