Also topping the list is new organic market replacing Borders and Wells Fargo robbery.
Mandela served 27 years in prison for anti-apartheid activities and served as South Africa’s first black president.
Despite some “sticker shock” about revised cost estimates, Lower Merion commissioners on Wednesday night tentatively approved taking the next step toward renovating two more township libraries.
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A spat between a customer and employee at the FedEx store allegedly turns ugly in the parking lot.
Bank of America is providing free admission to cultural institutions across the country for its cardholders on Dec. 7 and 8.
Lower Merion police are investigating a burglary on the 1600 block of Hagys Ford Road in Penn Valley that was reported Nov. 26 at 3:38 p.m.
Ahead of NBC's live television broadcast tonight of "The Sound of Music," Main Line residents might be interested to know that the von Trapp family, portrayed in the Hollywood film and Broadway show, actually has a connection to the Main Line.
Lower Merion police have charged a 21-year-old man from Ames, Iowa, with burglary and the theft of a laptop computer from an apartment in Bryn Mawr.
Melissa Gilbert was re-elected as president of the Lower Merion Board of School Directors while Virginia Pollard was re-elected as the board’s vice president during Monday night’s reorganization meeting.
Lower Merion police are investigating the report of an assault that was said to have occurred in the parking lot of the Wynnewood Square Shopping Center on Lancaster Avenue in Wynnewood Dec. 1 at 8:19 p.m.
Lower Merion police arrested and cited two men with public intoxication along City Avenue near Saint Joseph University Dec. 1 at 1:25 a.m.
COURTHOUSE — A Philadelphia man was sentenced to two to four years in Graterford prison Wednesday after he pleaded guilty to stealing over $230,000 in jewelry from a home in Bala Cynwyd in January of 2012.
Brief filed on Montgomery County Register of Wills' behalf calls for reversal of gay marriage ruling
NORRISTOWN — A brief filed on behalf of Montgomery County Register of Wills D. Bruce Hanes was released Monday stating that the commonwealth’s decision to side with the Pennsylvania Department of Health and stop Hanes from issuing marriage licenses to same sex couples must be reversed.
With a reputed journal’s retraction of a controversial, oft-cited study linking genetically modified organisms and cancer, the debate over GMOs heats up.
Theft at the 700 block of Millbrook Lane on 11/27 @ 0717 hours – Victim
We rounded up the must-have items for the chef or food lover in your family.
The museum administrator who oversaw the move of the Barnes Foundation’s famed art collection from Merion into Philadelphia amid the latter stages of an epic legal drama is stepping down.
In the case of Wynnewood’s beloved Toland Farm, divided it will stand.
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