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Acme Markets has announced an agreement to purchase 76 A&P-owned stores across the east coast.
"North by Northwest," "Strangers on a Train" and a classic animation collection are hitting the big screen this month in Bryn Mawr.
According to U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings the general medical and surgical hospital also ranks No. 5 in the Philly area.
Wynnewood’s Lankenau Medical Center has been ranked as one of the best hospitals in Pennsylvania.
The scam starts with a call from a person with a heavy accent who claims the recipient of the call is in need of a computer repair.
The new service is designed help victims in situations in which speaking would put them in danger, as well as others.
A new study breaks it down.
The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning that will remain in effect until 8 p.m.
All riders must purchase the special passes. Quantities will be limited, SEPTA said.
Join us as we count down the top 10 strangest police stories this week on Patch sites across Pennsylvania.
A new study ranks Pennsylvania 43rd out of 51.
Catch up on recent news in Eastern Pennsylvania, including strangest police stories and a Good News roundup.
Here’s some of the events happening around the Main Line area on Sunday.
Officials advise residents to take precautions this weekend. When will the weekend's high temperatures be reached?
Author signing, water fights with pirates and a concert round out the list of events happening around the Main Line Saturday
The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for the area, warning of scattered thunderstorms and heavy downpours.
On the house hunt? These properties in Ardmore will have open houses this weekend.
On incident occurred on Monday, when the two men approached a 75-year-old woman in Upper Darby, scamming her out of $3,000.
The shootout in Millbourne sent the robbery suspect to the hospital in critical condition. The officers were not injured.
Ferman, who is Montgomery County's first female District Attorney, is currently running for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas.