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There could not possibly be a more passionate cheerleader for Chestnut Hill than Hillary O'Carroll, owner of Isabella Sparrow. more
Alex Gillam is so immersed in the business aspect of her career that she calls herself an “operapreneur.” more
Magistrate Judge McGill presents on the state of the courts At the invitation of the Springfield Township Board of Commissioners, Magistrate Judge Kate McGill (Montgomery County 38-1-08 … more
Raymond B. Webster, 88, and Nina Heverin-Alvarado, 13, got to know each other at church. Then she decided she wanted to write about him. more
Dorie Byrne and her husband, Stanislav Culcicovschi, of Germantown, take their accordion playing very seriously. more
We Still Here!  is by artist Jetsonorama featuring Philadelphia poet Ursula Rucker and her work. more
“Before the pandemic, many patients did not want to admit that they had a hearing loss. The pandemic and use of masks have really forced people to realize how much they read lips and facial expressions." more
There were two Barbara Gaines. One night they met. more
The couple moved to Chestnut Hill in 2003. “We love Chestnut Hill,” said Greg Lattanzi. “We fell in love with the community, the people and the culture of this historic slice of Philadelphia.” more
For the 18th consecutive year, Germantown Avenue is exploding with the color of flowering annuals planted by dozens of dedicated volunteers. more
New lighting, landscaping at the lower entrance to Chestnut Hill. more
During his time at the Phillies’ helm he had his two most important and respected accomplishments: getting Citizens Bank park built so that the team could put on an extraordinary five-year run from 2007 to 2011, winning their division each year and making appearances in the 2008 and 2009 World Series, winning it in 2008. more
On August 4 the Philadelphia Zoning Board of Adjustments approved a variance on 540 W. Moreland St. that had failed to win support from any of the CHCA review committees or the surrounding neighbors. more
Hilltop hopes to soon stage more events as restrictions ease, including readings, play groups, author events, poetry slams, and book clubs. more
Captain, our 14-year-old Yorkie-poo, had been eating the same brand of kibble since he was a puppy. more
I sometimes wonder if Philadelphia's City Council passed a law when I was not paying attention which mandated that every block in Mt. Airy and Chestnut Hill must have at least one author or one yoga teacher, and any block that does not have one will lose federal funding. more
Sunday, August 8th, it’s time to pamper your fur baby or feathered friend at Petapalooza, the area’s biggest pet play date! more
A task force of the West Central Germantown Neighbors is preparing a report that will provide feedback to the city on what zoning decisions WCGN feels will be most beneficial to the residents here. more
The entire Central Mount Airy Commercial Historic District will be the subject of the six-week long opportunity for residents to learn about the recommended zoning changes and make comments and suggestions about any future changes. more
Ruth Joray was the children's art teacher for 20 years at Woodmere Art Museum. Her work there eventually helped lead to the creation of the museum's Children's Gallery. more
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