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A new report by the PennEnvironment Research & Policy Center shows that gas-powered garden equipment creates significant pollution and noise. more
The 22nd Ward Open Caucus has announced its endorsements for the General Election on Nov. 7. more
I went to the Chestnut Hill Hospital Emergency Room on Sunday, Oct. 22, because of a broken thumb. I cannot say enough about the people there. more
My favorite memory of Paul Meyer comes from a visit my first husband and I made to the Morris Arboretum around 1990. more
My experience of residing in Philadelphia and engaging with the community has revealed how poverty impacts their daily lives. more
I read with great interest the piece by State Rep. Tarik Khan, “To bullies everywhere: Here, we SLAPP back,” (Local, 10/19).  more
Walking by the water tower during the last few weeks, passersby can’t help but notice that work is underway on the "Light Up the Tower" project.  more
I didn't believe mentors really existed until I met Cherelle Parker. more
Whenever he could, Paul was always eager to help. more
The Chestnut Hill Conservancy and Friends of the Wissahickon are participating in community reviews of the variance request. more
Editor’s note: This letter is in response to editorials about the importance of The Local that appeared in the paper on Oct. 12. more
There is currently a proposal for the re-development of 209 W. Chestnut Hill Ave., the property known as Greylock Mansion. more
This spring, I met with a nonprofit community group to discuss a lawsuit. A business was suing one of their members. more
I was at the Fall for the Arts Festival on Sunday, working at the Chestnut Hill Local booth, when a woman told me she was worried about the Local's future. more
As our readers now know, John Derr is leaving the Chestnut Hill Local after serving as its publisher for the past five years.  more
It was five years ago this month that I became the publisher of the Chestnut Hill Local. For me, it’s been an eventful period. more
I enjoyed the “Woodstuck” article (Sept. 14) very much! Not only was it a fun read, but it brought back lots of memories. more
Allow me to take this opportunity to thank our councilwoman, Cindy Bass, for introducing the North Germantown Zoning Map. more
Editor’s note: It appears that we have a celebrity on our hands. These letters are in response to the story of Len Lear’s cat, Blackie. more
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