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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
Recently in my district, a 12-year-old was shot and killed, one week before his 13th birthday. This young man died a victim of senseless violence. more
So what’s left to do? Free the budget. more
Lately, we have seen a disturbing group of young boys show up on bikes or get dropped off by parents. They are torturing the animals. more
I just read the article about John O'Donnell (obituary, July 20). John was the person to open the door to advance my life. more
I have learned a great deal about our wonderful community and the challenges and opportunities it faces.  more
Let’s face it, it’s hot out there. Thankfully, humans have air conditioning. Wild animals are not so fortunate. more
On July 17, a warning signal, reminding me of Paul Revere, resounded from the CSX train cars derailed in Whitemarsh Township. more
We are deeply saddened by the passing of John O'Donnell (“Local historian, author and record runner dies at 77,” July 20). more
Two canopy trees that stood as century guardians observing the development of Chestnut Hill now only exist in our shared history. more
A 4.9 acre parcel of woods – Harston Woods at 380 Haws Lane – is at risk. more
Having “Good Morning America” live from Germantown Avenue was very exciting and helped set the scene for the parade. more
Summer in Northwest Philadelphia can look and feel a lot like a post-Rapture Earth. Suddenly, neighbors have disappeared. more
Each year, the Pennsylvania legislature must pass a budget to fund our state government. Several crucial projects will be considered. more
Thanks to our volunteers, board members and book lovers, the Friends of Chestnut Hill Library Big Truck Book Sale was a success. more
Daniel Ellsberg died June 16 at the age of 92. He made public the “Pentagon Papers.” more
We love our green spaces in Chestnut Hill, with more than 30 on our radar. more
I hope that this letter finds you well. Speaking of which, I’m really hoping it finds you, period. more
Speeding kills. Mt. Airy residents have asked repeatedly for speed cameras on Lincoln Drive.  more
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