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Philadelphia's first snowfall in more than two years landed with trademark charm in Chestnut Hill on Tuesday. more
Mt. Airy residents now have an idea of what they can expect to see on the 6900 block of Germantown Avenue. more
President Joe Biden kicked off his 2024 campaign at Blue Bell’s Montgomery County Community College on Friday. more
Some 585 people experienced a car break-in – otherwise known as a "smash and grab" – in Philadelphia’s 14th police district last year.  more
Northwest Philadelphia residents can sweep streets, create art and pull weeds as part of Monday's national celebration. Here's a list. more
Last month, Greenberg and his wife Bonnie told the Local that Chestnut Hill could expect a new tenant to lease both spaces “sometime next year.” more
The date was set by Judge Ann Butchart in a scheduling hearing on Dec. 22. more
In 2023, the Local was crowned the top weekly newspaper in the state by the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association. We don’t mean to brag, much. more
Center City and its surrounding neighborhoods are where most of the action is on New Year’s Eve. more
There are so many reasons to be grateful to be living in such a vibrant, beautiful, diverse and historic neighborhood as Chestnut Hill. more
When the ribbon was cut on Germantown’s iconic Rowell’s department store last week, civic leaders were marking more than a grand opening. more
After years of Mt. Airy residents clamoring for speed cameras on Lincoln Drive, a new law could grant them their wish. more
Mayor-elect Cherelle Parker has named several Northwest area community leaders to serve on her transition team. more
The Philadelphia Historical Commission has voted unanimously in favor of a motion to allow a parking lot in place of the building. more
Astute readers may not need prompting to notice that printed at the top of the far left column of this newspaper is the Roman numeral LXV.  more
Changes to how the city regulates some Airbnbs have left many in Chestnut Hill wondering whether to welcome the short-term rental service. more
A new tenant is scheduled to be announced “sometime next year.” more
Northwest Philadelphia’s holiday season is now in full swing – bringing a giant Christmas tree to Germantown Avenue as well as a parade featuring Santa. more
If the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf gets its way, neighbors on the 100 block of West School House Lane could soon see it demolished. more
It’s been 300 years since botanist John Bartram decided to build a garden on the banks of the Schuylkill River. Today, the landscape looks vastly different. more
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