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It’s a sure sign of spring in Chestnut Hill: the annual Home & Garden Festival, returning to Germantown Avenue Sunday, May 7.  more
Deep into the pandemic, Beth Wright surveyed SEPTA’s Highland Station and saw silent tracks and an empty parking lot. She saw something else, too. more
Chestnut Hill resident Barbara Thomson, who is running for Municipal Court judge, says, “I have been preparing for this job for 35 years.” more
Georgia Forjohn, the new marketing and events coordinator for the Chestnut Hill Business Association, seems born to the task. more
The Chestnut Hill Conservancy is celebrating the success of that experiment with an April 13 lecture and accompanying walking tour on April 23. more
Pottery artist Stephanie Premich used to sell her wares at 40 events a year. COVID put an end to that, and now she focuses on premier regional events such as Clover Market. more
The bar, as dark and dense as the Irish woods, was rocking with laughter as we made our way gingerly to the charming dining room just beyond. more
A series of recent news developments suggest that one of Chestnut Hill’s historic buildings may be saved from the wrecking ball while another may yet face one. And the fire-gutted Hiram Lodge faces challenges of its own. more
The laundry list of repairs is expected to be complete by the first week of March for reopening. more
 Thurs. March 2, 2023: Land Use, Zoning, and Planning Committee Meeting more
A Court of Common Pleas judge reversed the city’s decision to allow a property owner to subdivide a property on the estate of Keewaydin, located at 540 W. Moreland Ave. more
After a lifetime of working in technology, with travel that took him all over Asia, James Whipple Miller started an improbable new career after settling in Chestnut Hill eight years ago.  He founded a publishing company. more
The palliative care unit at Chestnut Hill Hospital will soon have a new name: the Susan Bray Palliative Care unit. more
Chestnut Hill resident Susan Jacobson, recently selected by Gov. Josh Shapiro to be a member of his transition team, may well have done more than most to help Philadelphia recover from the pandemic. more
Most people take dance classes for a fun cardio workout and a great way to expand their social horizons.  But scientists say they offer even more benefits. more
Joanne Dhody, a third-generation resident of Chestnut Hill and a beloved volunteer who never met a worthy cause she would not help, is stepping down as a library volunteer after 27 years. more
Salon owner Maryam Lavasani is hosting a life-sized sculpture of Mahsa Amini, the 22-year-old whose death at the hands of Iranian "morality police" has sparked worldwide protest. more
Infinite Enterprises, the construction company behind the development of 9402 Meadowbrook Avenue, was hit with $9,000 in fines and a three-month suspension after it “intentionally violated" city code. more
Residents of the Village at Chestnut Hill, an apartment complex on the 7700 block of Crittenden Street next to the Market Square shopping center, are clamoring for management to increase security. more
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