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Mayor Cherelle Parker has vowed to make Philadelphia the cleanest big city in America. A key component is the expansion of street cleaning. more
The Chestnut Hill VFW is inviting the entire community to participate in a tribute to the fallen soldiers of past wars. more
The following report is for offenses reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy. more
Germantown's newest grocery store, a 6,000-square-foot Weavers Way Co-op, is off to a booming start. more
A proposed conservation district for Mermaid Lane is now on track for a final vote in City Council next month. more
The Philadelphia Historical Commission has unanimously voted to list the Chestnut Hill Hospital's Women's Center at 8835 Germantown Ave. in the Philadelphia Register. more
One of Chestnut Hill's newest businesses teamed up with one of its more established favorites for "May the Fourth be with you." more
When Vietnam Restaurant was awarded the prestigious 2024 James Beard Foundation's America's Classics Award, I could not help but recall its CHC connection. more
The city and the state have released preliminary second-stage schematics, outlining additional traffic safety measures on Lincoln Drive and a plan for Emlen Circle. more
Weavers Way Co-op will hold a May 17 ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of its new Germantown store. more
As students across the nation continue to grapple with the educational setbacks caused by the pandemic, SCH is taking proactive steps. more
Chestnut Hill College and Our Mother of Consolation celebrated Earth Day with "Hands Across Chestnut Hill." more
To register for Zoom meetings: https://www.chestnuthill.org/meetings.php   more
The following report is for offenses reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the one-week period from April 28 to May 5.  more
In an era when developers are descending on Northwest Philadelphia, Ashton Gage, Linard Gay and Jonathan Harris are on a different mission. more
This special report is in recognition of Historic Preservation Month. more
The nearly 200-year-old Valley Green and Bells Mill Road bridges in the Wissahickon Valley Park will soon undergo a much-needed reconstruction. more
More than 115 years after Anna Jarvis established the first Mother’s Day, with the help of John Wanamaker, the second Sunday of May has become a shared moment. more
The May 4 Go Mt. Airy Gala will be celebrated inside the iconic Sedgwick Theater. more
To register for zoom meetings: https://www.chestnuthill.org/meetings.php more
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