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BHHS Fox and Roach HomExpert 2014 Year-End Report for Property Sales in Ardmore, Merion, Wynnewood and other areas of the Main Line.
Five French paintings were acquired as a bequest from Helen Tyson Madeira, a longtime supporter, the museum said.
Timothy C. Brooks, identified by authorities as the second-in-command of the “Main Line Takeover” ring, pleaded guilty in October 2014.
The National Weather Service says temperatures will dip sharply Monday afternoon, creating icy road conditions.
(If you like getting forecasts from rodents, that is.)
Speed restrictions have been lifted, but authorities continue to urge caution.
An intersection was closed as a result, the township said.
There is a 100 percent chance of a snowy, icy wintry mix Sunday night, which could impact the Monday morning commute.
Everyone’s rooting for Punxsutawney Phil to bring us the hope for an early spring.
The Better Business Bureau has released its Top 10 list of scams, warning that scammers are becoming more sophisticated.
Plus, how to prevent and deal with frozen pipes.
Super Bowl commercials this year cost a record $4.5 million for a 30-second spot.
Is there a scout, volunteer, teacher or community member making a difference? Tell us how they give back and they could be featured.
Plus, a not guilty plea from an accused cop killer.