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One thing you can count on this winter: if there are snowflakes in the air, there’ll be no mail delivery. more
In the spirit of “keepin’ it local” and supporting business on the Hill, a big hats off to Mimi’s Café and their Valentine’s Day take out fest!  more
I had the same vaccination experience as Hugh Gilmore [see Enemies of Reading, Feb. 11] with one unimportant difference. more
It all began early in the morning of Tuesday, February 9, when I received a message on My Tower Health Portal that I needed to schedule an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccination. more
In response to the spate of car break-ins and recent armed robberies and carjackings, a group of Chestnut Hill and Mount Airy neighbors is proposing banding together to re-form local Town Watch in … more
In response to a Letter to the Editor printed in a recent edition [“Striving for a living wage,” Jan. 21], I would like to present your readers with facts regarding Weavers Way’s wages and compensation.  more
I would like to comment on the recent negative comment by a reader about the addition to the Engine 37 firehouse that is not yet complete. more
If you had attended Tuesdays with Toomey group’s online rally on Tuesday [Jan. 12] you might have thought twice about quoting the Senator’s comments, critical of the President, without also quoting his wishiest of washiest statements on impeachment.  more
One puzzling aspect of the attack on the U.S. Capitol building on Jan. 6 is that many of the rioters claim to be Christians. more
I am a long-time Weavers Way Coop working member. Learning that coop workers many soon lose their Covid-19 hazard pay, I write in reference to their overall compensation. more
It has been tough but Bohemian Pink survived the year! With a very heavy heart I have decided to close the brick and mortar store at the end of January. more
What an incredible article about Yvonne Haskins and a great photograph, too (“Mt. Airy community activist, ex-cop, has unique history,” Dec. 31)! more
I write with gratitude for the role Evan Turner played in building credibility for the new Chestnut Hill Historical Society (now the Chestnut Hill Conservancy) during our earliest years in the late sixties. more
To remove anything Native American in America is only to continue to do the very same that our Forefathers tried to do. more
Thank you for the excellent article about Barbara Bloom (“Hill resident Barbara Bloom, MALT founder, dies at 79,” Dec. 17). She was, indeed, a remarkable person. more
I want whoever wrote the obituary of John Connable Bennett Jr to write mine (You can start right now!) . I did not know Mr. Bennett but I know him now (imagine not liking Harvard). Thank you for a … more
If the store manages to meet overhead and labor costs, I would consider that a financial success. more
Frank Gehry once said that “architecture should speak of its time and place but yearn for timelessness.” Well, there is nothing timeless about the uninspired addition to the venerable … more
The indefinite suspension of the Chestnut Hill West Line has resulted in persistent overcrowding on the 23 bus, which was one of the busiest bus lines. more
Pennsylvania was an absolutely essential element in the results of the recent presidential election, and now we Pennsylvanians have a second chance to help make a difference in another, far-reaching, way. more
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