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Ward 2 Commissioner Jenny Brown said in an email that she will step down in time for voters to pick her replacement on Election Day.
The former basketball coach at Barrack Hebrew Academy testified to his drug dealing past during a federal trial of six police officers.
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Police say a Philadelphia man attempted to rob a Citizens Bank in Bala Cynwyd on March 20.
The township's Cable Television Advisory Committee is considering a plan to bring local programming back to the airwaves.
Plus, police say a man illegally recorded women inside King of Prussia mall dressing rooms.
Members of the public are invited to review the plan prior to an April 8 public hearing.
An April Fool's Day add-on to the search engine's map page allows users to play the old-school video game in their own neighborhoods.
Construction work will close the road in Bryn Mawr for 11 days between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Eleven suspects have been arrested and charged with fraud for alleged involvement in insurance scheme.
The convicted cop killer has been placed in intensive care at a hospital near the prison where he serves a life sentence.
Crews spent two days clearing debris from the damaged warehouse that covered the regional rail line.
A Lower Merion teacher's request to allow students to eat cookies after a science lesson blew up social media over the weekend.
A small plane crashed Sunday afternoon shortly after taking off from Brandywine Airport.
Governor Tom Wolf offers a boost in funding for state universities in his proposed budget.
Plus, a gun rights group sues Lower Merion Township over its firearm ordinance.
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The Concordville location will begin interviewing for 175 available full time positions, with a total of 500 employees expected by November.
The designation has been awarded to less than five percent of law enforcement agencies in the United States, including just 11 in the state.
Wegmans is recalling frozen spinach because of possible listeria contamination. Amy's Kitchen Inc. is also recalling spinach products.