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It’s time for people who made clean energy upgrades around their homes or bought an electric vehicle (EV) last year to claim a federal tax credit. more
The Chestnut Hill Conservancy will host a virtual lecture supporting the Save the Train campaign on Tuesday, March 12. more
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The following is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the period from Feb. 25 to March 3. more
In next month's primary election, voters can also show support for registered community organizations. more
Chestnut Hill’s first Airbnb variance request to go before the Zoning Board of Adjustment under the city’s new rule on short-term rentals is being heard this week. more
Cacciamani's departure was effective immediately. more
The Conservancy elected three new directors alongside the re-election of five existing members. more
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The following is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the period from Feb. 11 to 25. more
The money will be used to purchase 2.76 acres on Hawes Lane in Erdenheim. more
He confirmed what many have feared. more
Soon, Northwest Philadelphia will be without the shop founded by Carmen Notarianni Sr., and currently operated by his son. more
The cameras use software that’s not compatible with the Philadelphia Police Department’s camera monitoring system. more
About 60 members of the Philadelphia Fire Department, including firefighters, medics and other personnel, responded to a fire at the estate at 540 W. Moreland Ave. more
The Chestnut Hill Youth Sports Club (CHYSC) recently bade farewell to its outgoing leaders and welcomed a new era of leadership. more
All meetings are open to the public. more
Although most Philadelphians probably have never heard of him, Octavius Catto could be described as the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. of the 19th century.  more
Philadelphia Police Inspector D.F. Pace is scheduled to speak at the Chestnut Hill Rotary Club's breakfast meeting on Feb. 28. more
Two committees on Monday asked for more information before voting on the controversial redevelopment of the Greylock Estate. more
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