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If anyone writes a book on the history of Chestnut Hill, Jim Ranck will have his own chapter. more
The Rev. Elsa Johnson Bass recently retired as a worship arts pastor whose mission was to get young people involved. more
Dr. Marc Lamont Hill will deliver the keynote speech Saturday, Jan. 20, at the 7th Annual MLK Radical Symposium. more
For Thursday, Jan. 25, 7:00 p.m. more
A residential project at the former site of the diner is running behind, but now has plenty of Wissahickon Schist. more
Mt. Airy residents now have an idea of what they can expect to see on the 6900 block of Germantown Avenue. more
As the new year begins, the Advisory Council of the Water Tower Recreation Center has much to celebrate, including its fundraising efforts. more
In 2023, Allens Lane celebrated the center’s 70th anniversary with renewed energy, passion and commitment to the founders’ vision. more
Chestnut Hill Conservancy is grateful for the community's unwavering support in sustaining the Chestnut Hill area's history, architecture and green space.  more
At Woodmere, we are looking forward to continuing progress in the renovation of the Frances M. Maguire Hall for Art and Education. more
Chestnut Hill College’s 99th year was truly one for the history books. New beginnings and exciting milestones helped tell the College’s story. more
At the start of 2023, Jenks excitedly celebrated its centennial anniversary in recognition of its historical past, present initiatives and future goals. more
In Chestnut Hill, we are fortunate to have a walkable, green, charming commercial corridor -- our “Main Street,” Germantown Avenue. more
As 2023 draws to a close, the Friends of Pastorius Park can look back on a year that continued our sustained and significant progress in our ongoing park restoration. more
The birth of East Mt. Airy Neighbors (EMAN) in 1966 marked the commencement of a transformative movement. more
You might know Anne Dicker as chair of West Mt. Airy Neighbors’ Traffic Calming Committee. Come Jan. 9, she’s slated to add another title. more
All meetings are open to the public. more
Children attending classes at Germantown Jewish Centre were evacuated last week after the Mt. Airy synagogue received an emailed threat. more
Cherese Akers works to raise awareness about losing a baby. more
The Philadelphia Historical Commission has added a section of Germantown’s ACES Veterans Museum to its list of historic places. more
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