Starting in early May, the inured players for the Blue Devils were back in action, with the exception of a two-year veteran out for the season with an ACL tear.
The following crime report is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the period from May 16 to June 6.
Chestnut Hill contains many important examples of Midcentury Modern design. But others also deserve attention -- like the former residence of James Bond, scheduled for a sheriff's sale.
The anticipation of seeing a building that was built hundreds of years ago still holds that unique wonder.
For many years, Nazareth Academy was a dominant softball power in the Athletic Association of Catholic Academies. Not last week.
Four juniors at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy clinched first place in the inaugural Mid-Atlantic AeroSpace Robotics Challenge.
Penn Charter won just three events last Saturday when it hosted the Inter-Ac track and field championships, but the versatility and depth of the Quakers girls allowed them to win the team title.
Once again, the Springfield Township School District will host the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of the Wissahickon Valley.
Len Lear's recent article about successful cataract surgery encouraged me to have it done as well.
Does anyone else notice the deterioration of our main street?
Maureen Gallo (“Former Local sales rep and 'free spirit' dies at 55,” June 1) was a great co-worker at the Local.
The murder of a person on the SEPTA 23 bus is tragic and alarming. But is it really safer to drive a car on Philadelphia streets?
Norwood-Fontbonne Academy has been awarded a $400,000 state grant to support campus enhancements and improvements.
An anonymous donor from Chestnut Hill has pledged $150,000 to Friends of the Wissahickon for a new pedestrian bridge.
Congrats to the Chestnut Hill Local for publishing a terrific story about one of the community’s biggest real estate embarrassments.
The article ‘Local musician, ambassador for jazz’ by Len Lear is tremendous.