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Our studio building is celebrating a birthday, giving us a chance to reflect upon how we fit into its generational story and all the choices that brought us here.  more
My aim, in my new position as the Local’s business growth officer, is to listen – to you. more
When are we going to learn to share the world with other species who, in this case, have more of a right to the park than we do? more
The winner won ONLY 35% of the vote. Situations like these have a simple solution: ranked choice voting. more
Six months ago, The Local made a happy announcement. It's only gotten better. more
My car slid into the guard rail. Then a man in a truck stopped to help. more
The recent observation of Earth Day was a time to reflect on our connection with - and impact on -  this planet that we share. more
Mt. Airy, a vibrant and diverse community in Philadelphia, faces a pivotal moment in its urban development trajectory. more
 The resolution establishes the Pennsylvania Task Force on Agent Orange and Other Toxins. more
On Monday night, Jews will begin celebrating Passover during the seder. I can’t help but think about my friend and his family who are living in a tent in Gaza. more
The CH Conservancy and FOW will do everything in our power to ensure and encourage a responsible and sustainable development at Greylock. more
The explanation of the board members who voted to approve is vexing and does not bode well for our city or nation. more
The discussions over Greylock have left out one very important voice: that of the former owners who placed the easements on the property. more
I thoroughly enjoyed Len Lear’s story about his experiences as a camp counselor. more
Without any change in footprint or controversial voiding of a conservation easement, the buildings could easily house 12 condominiums.  more
The CHCA voted to support zoning variances sought by the current owner of Greylock. Here's why. more
Growing up as a Muslim kid in a Jewish neighborhood with a Catholic mom, I saw every day how religious diversity can make a family happier. more
I have sad news. The Chestnut Hill Local is losing Tom Beck.  more
Politicians in Harrisburg come and go, but one enduring constant is a reflexive inclination to shield information from the very people who pay the bills — we, the taxpayers. more
I am horrified to learn that two CHCA committees seem willing with slim majorities to approve a major development at Greylock Estate. more
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