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All proceeds from the night's event will go to the Y's annual fundraising campaign.
The ride-sharing company just made it easier to get your favorite Main Line foods.
With city teachers working without a contact for years, the billboard wants to shame district and city officials until an agreement is made.
"This can only be treated if more Americans step away from the social media memes and regain some control by getting involved in policy."
Church and Darby Paoli roads are closed due to trees on wires.
The road was scheduled to be closed today but high winds led the township to postpone the tree removal work.
If you can ID the suspect, contact Lower Merion Police immediately.
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Police said there were no signs of forced entry.
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Montgomery County police chiefs and other leading officers and supervisors recently attended an "Emotional Survival" training course.
A Montgomery County man said that a Samsung Galaxy S7 burned his stomach and then burned a hole through the sofa, a report states.
Coming to the defense of a state senator in Texas, State. Sen Daylin Leach invited President Trump to "destroy" his career.
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A drunk man blew through a stop sign on Christmas Eve in Upper Providence and crashed into a car, killing a 21-year-old woman, the DA said.