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Magistrate Judge Kate McGill presented a report of the events of last year; bag ordinance amended. more
In a Sept. 14 article about suicide prevention, The Local incorrectly reported the year that the Newbold family’s son William died. He took his own life on May 14, 2022. more
Reading like a who’s who of the burgeoning North and Northwest progressive coalition, leaders who supported Seth Anderson-Oberman gathered for summit. more
For the week of Sept. 25  more
Attention, passengers! Now arriving at Chestnut Hill West station: Trees. Shrubs. Flowers. Please watch your step. more
By the end of Fall, the city hopes to have rumble strips placed along both the yellow centerlines and white edge lines of the entirety of the corridor. It also hopes to install speed tables. more
For the week of Sept 18, 2023 more
The city of Philadelphia’s Department of Licenses & Inspections issued a cease and desist order to J’Excellence Event Hall, located at 5-7 W. Mt. Airy Ave., on Aug. 26. more
The Germantown Arts District will transform into a backdrop for an outdoor party celebrating art, culture and community this Friday. more
A memorial service for John O’Donnell, former advertising representative for the Chestnut Hill Local, will be held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Saturday. more
Springside Chestnut Hill Academy (SCH) is sponsoring an e-waste drive on Saturday, Sept. 23, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the parking lot at 8000 Cherokee St. more
Police confirmed to the Local that five bullet casings were recovered from a shooting that occurred on the 5500 block of Germantown Avenue on Monday. more
Four months after a nail-bitingly narrow loss to Cindy Bass, Anderson-Oberman is once again organizing for action.  more
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society will cap off its three-year project focused on growing the urban forest with the opening Friday of “The Lightning House." more
A collection of friends and supporters of State Rep. Chris Rabb gathered in Mt. Airy on Sunday as he announced his re-election bid. more
The following crime report is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the period from Sept. 2  to Sept. 10. more
A hearing on the Chestnut Hill Hospital’s Women’s Center's potential designation to the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places was continued. more
For the week of Sept. 18 more
Philadelphia’s Civic Design Review committee voted unanimously in favor of continuing its hearing on 42-68 Church Lane. more
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