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The Ardmore Initiative is a Business District Authority that must be periodically reauthorized by its stakeholders. 2013 is a Reauthorization year for the Ardmore Initiative. Click here for more information on our proposed plan, meeting dates and more.
Act 13 is a terrible law overall, but the one part of it I didn’t think was terrible was the state’s interference in local zoning matters. Let’s hope this is just rhetoric from...
Despite a change of course on how to fund a key provision, Lower Merion commissioners have final approval Wednesday night to a one-year extension of the township’s contract with its non-police employee union.
NORRISTOWN—The Montgomery County Commissioners voted to adopt an adjusted 2014 budget at their meeting Thursday morning.
A woman returns home to find her front door open.
The fingerpointing and recriminations have begun. As the aftershocks of news that Pennsylvania’s Office of the Budget is withdrawing $12 million in grants to support revitalization centered on the Ardmore Train Station continued to ripple, Lower Merion commissioners’ final meeting of 2013 broke down in an angry exchange and ended at 2 a.m.
The death knell for new luxury apartments and retail with public parking in the heart of Ardmore should not be rung just yet.
In a vote that broke sharply along party lines, the Lower Merion Township Board of Commissioners on Wednesday night adopted a budget for 2014 that holds the real estate tax rate flat at 4.19 mills for the third year in a row.
The breached data includes the customer name, credit or debit card number, and the card’s expiration date and three-digit security code. The information was accessed at point-of-sale terminals only; online transactions were not affected.
There are many reasons why this is happening, but it’s not statistical trickery. It’s true that fewer people are dying of gunshot wounds (last year 28% of gun victims died in the...
Lower Merion police responded to burglar alarms at several activation points at a house on the 100 block of Lodges Lane in Merion Dec. 13 at 6:11 p.m. When police got to the scene, officers discovered that a burglary had taken place. A bedroom was found ransacked.
A look at how Edward Snowden sparked a national debate about privacy.
M. Night Shyamalan, the Philadelphia screenwriter, director and producer best known for films like “The Sixth Sense” and “Signs,” is coming to the Main Line in January but not to talk about a new film.
From personalized postcards to online gift guides, these mobile apps are a great resource during the holiday season.
Lifted from state Senator and 13th District Congressional candidate Daylin Leach’s Facebook page: Do you know how I always talk about gerrymandering? And it’s awesome? Well this is truly...
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