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Dr. David Becker (“Revered Hill cardiologist dies at 66,” Sept. 14) was my cardiologist for many years. more
As a black man and Chestnut Hill area resident, it's hard to describe how disturbed I am with Tyler Britten's "white savior attitude." more
I’m asking you to write and tell me what you think. After all, this is your newspaper. more
The Jewish calendar has numerous special days throughout the year. Without a doubt, the fall is the busiest time of year for holidays. more
The story about a zoning overlay to "protect" Chestnut Hill ran on the same day the Avenue was vandalized with white supremacy stickers.  more
Last week was back to school for many. It was heartbreaking to see someone target Chestnut Hill with hate and divisiveness. more
Six years ago, the Chestnut Hill Community Centre faced the prospect of insolvency and closure for building code and ADA violations. more
My name is Ayla DiBattista and I’m a senior at Springfield Township High School. I jumped at the chance to intern with the Chestnut Hill Local. more
Jeanne Andrews has a point (in her letter of 8/24/23) that we need to feel secure in our homes. However, she is mistaken in her approach. more
Single-party rule, in my opinion, is not now, nor has it ever been a good idea. more
I was thrilled to see the Chestnut Hill Local named the state’s top weekly newspaper. It certainly deserves the recognition. more
Last week’s Local article entitled “Hospital, Conservancy clash over historic status,” incorrectly reported that the Chestnut Hill Conservancy and the Chestnut Hill Hospital had signed an easement. more
A letter from the Chestnut Hill Conservancy. more
A letter from Chestnut Hill Hospital. more
It’s no secret that recent years have been tough on small businesses and on newspapers. more
It's no secret that there is a critical shortage of police in Philadelphia. more
We are seeking new homes for parts of the building we don't need, which include items such as doors, light fixtures and radiators.  more
"Whenever I go to a museum, movie, or game," Michael began, "I always have to go with an attendant... But a lot of the places would make me also pay for my attendants." more
June 26 was not just the first day I stepped into the office, it was also the first day I took a step into a higher level of professionalism. more
The Shapiro Administration announced it would end Pennsylvania’s 30-year contractual relationship with Real Alternatives. more
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