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Determined not to be intimidated by white nationalists, they responded to neo-Nazi flyers with declarations of love and inclusivity. more
The Philadelphia Police Department arrested a pair of 21-year-old men last week who are believed to be connected to a rash of bicycle thefts. more
Liz Harris and Amy Carolla could’ve written a check. But that seemed “a bit passive,” Harris said. more
Stakeholders in the Chestnut Hill community have been quietly working on a plan to manage the density that inevitably will come here. more
This past Sunday marked the beginning of new sets of train schedules for both SEPTA’s Chestnut Hill East and West lines.  more
After spending $6.7 million renovating Mt. Airy’s Lovett Library, officials have discovered a humidity issue that has forced periodic closures. more
Chestnut Hill’s Louis I. Kahn-designed Margaret Esherick House has just been named to the prestigious National Register of Historic Places. more
It’s hard to discern exactly why, but more families are sending their children to their public catchment schools.  more
The future of the Chestnut Hill Hospital’s Women’s Center is going before the city’s historical commission for potential designation to the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places. more
The Chestnut Hill Local was awarded second place in its category in the 2023 Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association Foundation's News Organization of the Year Awards. more
The former Germantown High School appears to have finally begun a slow transformation.  more
About seven years after the Chestnut Hill Community Centre’s board began exploring potential buyers for its building, it is poised to return to its former glory. more
In the league finals last Tuesday, fifth-seeded Team Pink handed a 65-56 defeat to Team Sky Blue, made up of athletes from Holy Family University. more
The Rev. Rayford Emmons, the first African American Catholic priest in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, is entering his 50th year of service. more
One of the best things about Northwest Philadelphia is that there’s always something to do. We’re highlighting that with our new calendar. more
The conflict between the founder of the Mt Airy Art Garage and its current board members appears unlikely to end soon. more
A man was found lying dead on a lawn on Saturday morning on the 100 block of West Gravers Lane. more
An unkempt piece of land will soon become a community hub where Mt. Airy residents can plant vegetables, tend to trees and explore nature.  more
Concert pianist Andre Watts, 77, a trailblazing virtuoso of classical music, spent his childhood and teenage years in Germantown. more
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack visited Roxborough’s W.B. Saul High School to announce the investments. Another recipient: Weavers' Way. more
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