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The following report is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the period from Feb. 6 - 13.  more
When Barbara Senst asked 20 Springfield Township cheerleaders if they knew someone suffering from substance abuse, all but three raised their hands. more
Feb. 21, 2023 Development Review Committee Meeting Meeting canceled due to no agenda items   Feb. 23, 2023 CHCA Board of Directors Meeting 7pm In Person and via Zoom In … more
As summer director and interim assistant head of school at AIM Academy, I wear many hats and go by many names.  I have watched countless campers line up nervously on the first day of summer, … more
Employees of TruMark Credit Union, located at the corner of Germantown and Highland avenues in Chestnut Hill, found a racist and threatening letter under the door on Jan. 23. more
The following report is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the two-week period from Jan. 22 - Feb. 5.  more
On Teviot, blue lives matter logo, and mailbox thefts. more
Kevin Douglass Greene lived a relatively private life before he was ready to embrace the legacy that comes with his historic middle name. more
A Court of Common Pleas judge reversed the city’s decision to allow a property owner to subdivide a property on the estate of Keewaydin, located at 540 W. Moreland Ave. more
The soon-to-retire WIP personality and Chestnut Hill resident just assumes things will always go wrong: “I'm by nature negative and nervous.” But he's picking the Eagles. more
A scrappy group of young preservationists has reached an agreement to buy and start restoring Lynnewood Hall, the 110-room Gilded Age mansion in Elkins Park. more
Once again the Environment Committee of Weavers Way is offering small grants to community groups. This year, preference will be given to those that attempt to counteract climate change. more
Land Use, Planning, and Zoning Committee Meeting more
The Springfield Township Police Benevolent Association and the Pennsylvania Fraternal Order of Police filed a legal challenge to Springfield Township’s ban on employees wearing Blue Lives Matter flags on duty. more
An USPS-conducted audit of the Germantown Post Office found widespread operational problems ranging from missing keys to scanning issues. more
A bulldozer showed up in the yard of a historic Chestnut Hill residence last week, alarming preservationists as well as neighbors. more
It’s a Philly thing. Those four words are all around town these days. Printed on T-shirts, sweatshirts, flags and banners, the phrase coincides with the Eagles' run to Super Bowl LVII. more
When Marilyn Kraut returned home from walking her dog Thursday afternoon she noticed an unfamiliar sight on her front steps – two flyers promoting white supremacy. more
He first picked up a chainsaw, his artistic weapon of choice, while studying the culinary arts at New York’s Parsons School of Design. more
Due to an editing error, the Jan. 19 “Our Town” article incorrectly identified the restoration company that repaired the Catholic Total Abstinence Union Fountain. more
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