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In 1948, Chestnut Hill built a monument to the 81 area soldiers who died in World War II, and to commemorate all those who served. more
When my daughter was in 10th grade at Masterman 16 years ago,  I realized that she was going to go all the way through high school without ever hearing the words “climate” and “change” in sequence. more
When the fire that devastated Our Mother of Consolation School broke out last month, I was at the Jenks playground with my 4-year-old grandson. more
As a Unitarian Universalist minister, I am often asked to explain what Unitarian Universalism is and what we believe. Here's my very short answer, as short as I can make it. more
I recently spoke to an overflow crowd about the need to end closed primaries in Pennsylvania. I was blown away by the energy and sense of urgency. more
We are writing in response to last week’s Chestnut Hill Local article about Councilwoman Cindy Bass facing a challenge from Germantown resident and union organizer Seth Anderson-Oberman. more
In 1989, a call in the middle of the night shattered the peace of Dr. John Scanlon's life: Fire had destroyed his medical practice. The Chestnut Hill community was there to support him. more
During the Chestnut Hill Community Annual Appeal, the Chestnut Hill Business Association and Business Improvement District would like to thank the Chestnut Hill Community Association and Greenspace Initiatives. more
Representation is essential in adequately recording history, especially today. The Black community of Philadelphia has a rich history, and Chestnut Hill is a part of that. more
 Finally, a judge has confirmed what so many of us have been saying all along: Our children have never been well served by the state when it comes to funding its public schools. more
Last week, 134 years after the architectural treasure known as Teviot was built at 399 E. Willow Grove Ave., fencing and a backhoe suddenly appeared. more
It's time for us to ban gas leaf blowers. They are hazardous to our health, significantly contribute to air pollution, and are a waste of money. more
Before we know it, Advent ends – with us wondering where it went. So whatever religious tradition you follow, I would like to take this Advent season to offer a thought: Slow down. more
Living overseas, I’ve been asked this incessantly every fall for over 20 years. more
One of the common threads that unites our community is our beloved green spaces. more
Voting is a sacred right and the parishioners at the Church of St. Martin in the Fields in Chestnut Hill believe democracy and human rights are at risk in our country. more
Roxborough has always been known as a place with deep roots. And as our community grows, the heart here beats stronger.  more
If current members of City Council want to run for mayor, they must first give up their council seats.  more
The calendar still says it’s summer, but you may have had to get out your rake to clear dried-up leaves from your lawn. Why does it look like fall already? more
In a meeting held over Zoom on Thursday, June 30, leadership from the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education (SCEE) unveiled their plan to sell off 24 acres of donated forested land. more
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