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The Lynnewood Hall Preservation Foundation has completed its purchase of the historic estate, paving the way for future public access. more
Residents are invited to come out early on July 4, when the 8100 block of Germantown Avenue will be closed to traffic. more
In 1969, the Northwest Center in Mt. Airy opened its doors to help those with mental health and developmental challenges. Now it's undergoing a renovation to help further that vision. more
If you’re a pedestrian who’s strolled by the corner of Germantown Avenue and Bethlehem Pike in the past week, you may have noticed a bit less shade than you’re used to seeing.  more
Producers at "Good Morning America” have chosen the neighborhood for their Fourth of July broadcast this year. more
Sarah Gutwirth, an acclaimed Chestnut Hill artist, has an interesting story about how she wound up in her job. more
A years-long battle that residents have fought to find a new developer for the Germantown YWCA appears to have hit a brick wall. more
Dr. Susan Jane Higley Bray's name is on the palliative care unit at Temple Health-Chestnut Hill Hospital. more
Chestnut Hill residents may soon get a look at the proposed plans. more
Paul James Rickert, 77, one of Chestnut Hill's most iconic and beloved artists, died last week of complications from Parkinson's disease. more
The Chestnut Hill Local has received 15 awards in separate Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association (PNA) contests for excellence in media. more
President George Washington had a “summer White House” on Germantown Avenue. What would he make of a five-story, 148-unit apartment building across the street? more
For people who live in Germantown and are regular riders of the Route 23 SEPTA bus, the shooting of a passenger Wednesday, May 24, came as a shock, but not a surprise. more
The two-month-long street closure of the block of Highland Avenue that runs by Kilian’s Hardware store may finally be coming to an end. more
The Chestnut Hill Local was selected along with 15 other news organizations from across the United States and Canada. more
Northwest Philadelphia residents Cherelle Parker and Nina Ahmad won their primary races for mayor and city council at large. more
Bass won the race despite being beaten overwhelmingly in Chestnut Hill’s 9th ward, which had the highest turnout in the city. more
As midnight approached, Bass' lead would be cut to just two percentage points, re-energizing the now-thinned-out crowd at Seth Anderson-Oberman's campaign event. more
“First, I want to say thank you to everyone who helped me get here,” Ahmad told the Local. more
Normally, even the most popular mayors have opponents. But no one ever uttered a hint of criticism about Wally. more
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