The women's basketball program at University of the Sciences has come to an end, but some alumni athletes have kept on going, winning the college summer league championship for the second year in a row.
Nicolas Troyano is on a mission to remove the invasive ivy that is strangling so many huge trees in Chestnut Hill.
Christopher Alexander believed that ordinary people, not just trained architects, should have a hand in designing their own houses, neighborhoods and cities.
Recent discussions about Chestnut Hill College’s ambitious plans for their expanded SugarLoaf Campus have led Our Town to look back at the history of that tract of land and its houses.
The last week of college summer league play before the July 4 break brought one major shake-up on Thursday, when the USciences alumni squad, Team Heather Maroon, suffered its first loss.
Area graduates brimmed with optimism and gratitude to parents and teachers, though they addressed issues such as COVID, social unrest and war.
In contrast to some opinions recently expressed regarding the new streetlights in Chestnut Hill, we have been pleasantly surprised by both the …
You work hard and pay your taxes, often unaware of how these tax dollars are spent. But here’s a doozy.
With heat waves reaching record temperatures across Northwest Philadelphia, we know that we’re out of time.
Philadelphia’s new bill sponsored by at-large City Councilmember Katherine Gilmore Richardson to encourage tree canopy growth in Philadelphia …
The news that Georgia will be investigating its legislators has put Georgia on my mind.
Three observations regarding the news that a major commercial property owner is seeking to downsize its retail holdings.
MJ Fischer’s untimely passing leaves a significant void in our community.
I am a regular SEPTA rider and know changes are coming very soon to public transportation in Philadelphia.