The Rev. Canon Albert J. Ogle has served as the interim rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Chestnut Hill, for 25 months. When he steps down from that role on Sunday, July 25, it will also mark his retirement after 44 years of active ordained ministry.
IKEA South Philadelphia has partnered with Chestnut Hill Hospital by donating home furnishing products for the Chestnut Hill Hospital Family Medicine residents’ on-call rooms.
As of Friday morning, PECO reported there were still 160 power outages in the region, affecting 2,399 customers. The remaining outages are smaller: Four reported outages in Springfield Township affect 38 customers.
Busy as two jobs keep her, Kristen Spangenberg is also a talented singer under the professional name Kristin D.
The boundaries of "doing whatever it takes to get by" change during times of financial hardship, a phenomenon that “Win Win” explores as it dramatizes the decision-making process in everyday life.
I knew I hadn’t planned well by the second day of “vacation.”
Fairmount Bark provides boarding for a night or a week or two; day care, including day care home visits by staff members; bathing; and all grooming services except for hair cutting.
Poet Susan Windle new book “Through the Gates, The Second Omer Journey” continues her journey through daily life sustained and guided by the Jewish practice of Omer.
Two of the local classical music community’s most cherished and acclaimed resident ensembles closed out their “virtual” seasons with concerts in June. Matthew Glandorf conducted …
My wife, Valerie, is particularly fond of the flowers that bloom on our front porch for a month starting in mid-April. The orchid cacti (two specimens are in bloom in the picture) have survived another winter on our climate-controlled, enclosed front porch.
The Clivia plant that my wife, Valerie, is inspecting in the photo is at least fifty years old; it was her mother’s.
Some previously existing summer basketball leagues for scholastic players did not survive the COVID-19 pandemic, but a new one for high school girls was launched last week at Germantown …
For Gerri Allen, longtime teacher of second grade boys at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy (SCH), one of the greatest rewards of teaching is helping students “find the spark of wonder in their learning, something that will excite them throughout their educational careers.”
A few summers ago, Shawn Gindea noticed that finding a summer job for high school students was a challenge given that few students have substantive experience and some may be inhibited by lack of connections or even easy transportation to the job.
Springside Chestnut Hill Academy lower school science teacher and adventure seeker Anya Rose has been selected to take part in a Fulbright-Hays Seminar in Iceland this summer and will be on her way to the land of “Fire and Ice” on June 19.
In this, a first installment of The Dude, or “Tales from the Pre-Crypt,” the author considers the everyday slings and arrows of advanced age.