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This 5 bed, 5 bath Ardmore home has 4,868 square feet.
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Health officials have announced plans for mosquito spraying in areas where cases of West Nile Virus have been found in Upper Merion.
Waldron Mercy Academy is continuing to feel pressure from parents, teachers and other staff who support Margie Winters' reinstatement.
This weekend’s forecast calls for a return to temperatures in the 90s come Sunday and Monday.
Lower Merion Township’s public-access television station set to begin broadcasting next month.
On the house hunt? These properties in Ardmore will have open houses this weekend.
PennDOT has announced construction beginning this week on project to repair and resurface 17 miles of state highway in Delaware County.
A person was struck and killed by an Amtrak Northeast Corridor train in Delaware County Wednesday night.
Police have stated that the driver in a single-vehicle crash earlier this week in Lower Merion has died.
Montgomery County mom Jessica Anne Colletti's photo of her breastfeeding her and a friend's child has gone viral.
The Ardmore Music Hall will host a series of shows by Grateful Dead tribute band Splintered Sunlight, starting tomorrow.
On the hunt for a house? These local homes were recently listed.
The forecast this week calls for sunny days, highs in the 80s and lows in the 60s.
If you're going to make a party out of any meteor shower, the Perseids are regarded as the best – and the moon is cooperating this year.
A car struck a utility pole on Montgomery Avenue during wet conditions Tuesday morning, police said.
The Township’s Board of Commissioners approved the issue at a meeting last week.
The remaining passes for regional rail travel on SEPTA during Pope Francis’ visit will be sold at stations outside of Philadelphia.