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Editor’s note: The following is one of the first articles to appear in Springside Chestnut Hill Academy’s recently re-launched student newspaper. more
When Marie Nee attended the Philadelphia Eagles’ matchup against the Miami Dolphins, the last thing she was expecting was to turn into a social media star. more
Developer Michael Young has released an architectural rendering of the apartment building he intends to build at the top of the Hill. more
The incident, poll workers told the Local, happened right in front of voters and left at least one first time poll worker, Kathy McCrea, feeling doubtful that she’ll ever work polls again. more
The City of Philadelphia has been awarded a $1 million grant from New York-based Bloomberg Philanthropies for a public art project. more
As the latest redevelopment proposal for Greylock Mansion is being evaluated and discussed, we pause to look at the creation of the house itself. more
U.S. marshals and police arrested the fifth suspect Monday in the shooting death of a teenager outside of Roxborough High School. more
It’s game six of the National League Championship Series, and the mood at McMenamin’s Tavern is subdued.  more
Police officers stationed at the city’s 14th district are temporarily reporting for duty at a number of trailers set up in the parking lot of their headquarters. more
Our Mother of Consolation Parish School expects that its rebuilding effort will be complete in time for a reopening on Sept. 24, 2024. more
Paul Meyer's groundbreaking work in horticulture blooms in habitats around the world, from small row-house gardens to expansive tree-lined arboretums. more
Jumpstart Germantown is a training program and loan provider created in 2015 for new real estate professionals. more
In the U.S., the average risk of a woman developing breast cancer is about 1 in 8. On the other hand, death rates have been falling steadily. more
First came the heavy rains. Then came the derailed train. more
“The subsidies the developer will apply for require the developer to have community meetings,” PRA spokesperson Jamila Davis said in an email. “This meeting is part of that process.” more
Attention, passengers! Now arriving at Chestnut Hill West station: Trees. Shrubs. Flowers. Please watch your step. more
By the end of Fall, the city hopes to have rumble strips placed along both the yellow centerlines and white edge lines of the entirety of the corridor. It also hopes to install speed tables. more
Four months after a nail-bitingly narrow loss to Cindy Bass, Anderson-Oberman is once again organizing for action.  more
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society will cap off its three-year project focused on growing the urban forest with the opening Friday of “The Lightning House." more
A collection of friends and supporters of State Rep. Chris Rabb gathered in Mt. Airy on Sunday as he announced his re-election bid. more
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