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For three weeks, lane closures will be in effect daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Whether you want pet-friendly or pool access, new apartments, condos and houses to rent hit the market everyday. Browse the latest.
Looking for a something to do? Find it on the Ardmore-Merion-Wynnewood Calendar
Displaced piggies in Detroit, DIY slime controversy in California and a pup rescued by a D.C. United Player 130 miles from home.
Pennsylvania Wow! Houses: $26M Main Line Mansion, Former School Up For Sale, Panoramic Views In Bucks County
Take a look at the properties that will have you living in the lap of luxury in Pennsylvania.
The Conshohocken St. Patrick's Day Parade is here. Here's everything you need to know to get ready for the big day.
Cold weather has postponed the sewer work, according to the township.
Get tickets March 17 so you don't miss this "celebration of everything Philly!"
From a 2-15 record last year to a state playoff berth this year, the Aces are looking stronger than ever going into next season.
The 51-year-old struck the victim with nunchuks back in 2016, prosecutors said.
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Five different assaults with a paintball gun happened Tuesday night in Roxborough, Manayunk, and Mt. Airy, police said.
The concert will benefit the M&M Fund, which helps provide research for high risk pediatric cancers through Alex's Lemonade Stand.
Ben Simmons cousin was killed after celebrating his Simmons's No. 1 selection in the NBA draft when the crash occurred.
Lower Merion Police said 184 thefts from vehicles occurred in just six months, so make sure you lock your cars
Tonight the Aces will compete for a berth in state finals. Good luck Aces!
A burial ground established in the early 1700s was uncovered during construction.
Surprisingly, the new list from WalletHub doesn't name Boston as the top place to celebrate the Irish holiday.
Closures were planned for Thursday and Friday, but the township said plans have changed.