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As play resumed last week in the college summer league, there was a possible tie for first place and a tiebreaker for second. more
Royal Rummage is coming back to Germantown Avenue for the first time since the pandemic, with 20 businesses participating. more
"Prescribe Outside," an initiative connecting children with nature, named Grace Parker to the role. more
Team standings in the women's college summer league was a 70-63 victory for Team Sky Blue (Holy Family) over previously undefeated Team Purple (West Chester). more
Ten million people nationwide watched GMA's July 4 segment on Chestnut Hill, featuring McNally's Tavern, Booked, NoName Art Gallery and Pastor James Buck Jr, owner of Southern Flames BBQ. more
Chestnut Hill's Ethan Monberg is just 12, but the rising eighth grader at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy is already a musical luminary. more
In January 2022, Matt and Kim Vendeville stopped at the Chestnut Hill Welcome Center to talk about their dream of opening a taproom here. more
Residents are invited to come out early on July 4, when the 8100 block of Germantown Avenue will be closed to traffic. more
Community spirit is alive and well - and few know that better than the members of Mt. Airy’s Cresheim Village Neighbors. more
The number of undefeated teams in the women's college summer basketball league was reduced to two as Team Purple (West Chester U.) overcame Team Red (Chestnut Hill College). more
Germantown's Lois Volta developed her housecleaning gig into a successful business, a product line, and now a book. more
The Philadelphia/Suburban Women's Summer Basketball League staged its first two nights of competition for 2023 last Tuesday and Thursday. more
Sarah Gutwirth, an acclaimed Chestnut Hill artist, has an interesting story about how she wound up in her job. more
The Chestnut Hill Conservancy paid tribute to Fleming with a gift he truly would value: A grove of bur oaks in Pastorius Park. more
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. more
Last Tuesday the second-seeded PC Quakers hosted the third-ranked Blue Devils in a Pa. Independent Schools semifinal match. more
Dr. Rebecca Maury, 53, an internal medicine specialist, was the first medical doctor in the Northwest to approve patients for the use of cannabis from her Germantown Ave.  office. more
Small business owners looking for financial help and advice are invited to apply for this year’s round of Comcast RISE initiative grants, which award $5,000 to local entrepreneurs. more
In girls' lacrosse, Springside Chestnut Hill Academy finished the regular season with a winning overall record. more
For many years, Nazareth Academy was a dominant softball power in the Athletic Association of Catholic Academies. Not last week. more
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