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By Chandler Fattah Schools have begun the process of reopening, and it is a back to school season unlike any we have ever seen. No one would have predicted students and teachers being … more
Kim is a licensed clinical social worker, counselor and owner of Amel Counseling and Consulting in Chestnut Hill. She has lived in Mt. Airy for nine years with her family. by Suzanne Cloud According … more
Wyndmoor resident Betsy Wallace on her deck overlooks the home of her neighbor and friend, Ella, who died of ovarian cancer. Ella guided Wallace through her diagnosis and treatment. (Photo by Barbara … more
According to Regina Robinson, “The issue is not that blacks did not accomplish much but rather how many great things they were able to accomplish in spite of all the obstacles that were always … more
Mt. Airy residents (from left) Jane Wiedmann, Mary Kalyna Deborah Cooper demonstrate to protect the post office from what many believe is meddling by President Donald Trump and his recent Postmaster … more
By Kate Dolan Several updates to Philadelphia’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic were announced this week, including the opening of Access Centers to supervise children on digital … more
Mt. Airy licensed marriage/family therapist Lauren Kahn has for years specialized in “outdoor therapy” for her clients. (Photo by Susan Beard Design) by Len Lear You might say that Mt. Airy … more
Donte Fassett (left), classically trained chef-owner of Alena's Cafe, which opened in June of last year at 6669 Germantown Ave. in Mt. Airy, also founded Mason Meals (named for Donte's son), a … more
By Stan Cutler There will soon be a used bookstore at 84 Bethlehem Pike, just a long block from Germantown Avenue with plenty of free, street parking. The Friends of the Chestnut Hill Library are … more
The Philadelphia Cricket Club’s Native American logo has been denounced by critics both within the club’s membership and from without. (Photo by Emilie Krause) By Kate Dolan In the wake of George … more
Lafayette Hill siblings Tim and Emily Israel with signs in hand appear here with Chestnut Hill resident Dr. Quintin Robertson, Director of Black Church Studies at United Lutheran Seminary in Mt. … more
Helping World Central Kitchen make sandwiches for the Asylum Seekers in the Camp are Megan Ambros Nascimento and Tina Shelton. by Sue Ann Rybak A humanitarian crisis is happening just yards away from … more
Appearing on the Springfield Township’s Board of Commissioner’s meeting: (Top row, from left) Springfield Township Manager Michael Taylor, Assistant Township Manager Brandon Ford, Commissioner … more
Wendy Romig, Doctor of Clinical Nutrition and founder of Sage Integrative Health Center in Mt. Airy, draws a direct line between your body’s response to disease and your nutrition. (Photo by Edward … more
A mask for sale at the city’s new online stor By Kate Dolan Philadelphia ended last week with a slightly higher daily case count of Covid-19, and #MaskUpPHL masks are now available for purchase. … more
View of Ladybug shop, east side of 8400 block of Germantown Ave. taken from across the street, circa 1960s/1970s, by Edmund B. Gilchrist, Jr. (Photo courtesy of the Chestnut Hill Conservancy.) By … more
By Karen Bojar In the 2018 committee person elections, a group of newly elected committee people brought their commitment to transparency and democracy to wards across the city. They have now joined … more
Septa has no specific date to return service to Chestnut Hill West regional rail line. (Photo by Pete Mazzaccaro) By David Hunt Since its indefinite suspension on April 9, doubts have surrounded the … more
Mango’s mother-and-daughter team, Tara Alexander (left) and Peggy Garvey, are seen here in 2015. Tara later left to open her own shop in South Philly. (Photo by Jeremy Jones) By Len Lear I first … more
by Kate Dolan Philadelphia’s COVID-19 case counts continue to fall, and the city announced an initiative to connect Philadelphia students to digital access for virtual learning. At … more
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