It is time to nominate the best and brightest in Ardmore for the Ardmore Initiative's Annual Awards! Get more information and download a nomination form here!
The Philadelphia Inquirer is donating old newspaper boxes to various non-profits to engage local artists to repurpose these boxes into public art installations. The completed boxes will be displayed in downtown Ardmore and also can be entered into a County-wide contest later in the spring. Contact the AI office at 610-645-0540 to join the fun!
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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.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR VINE DAY CUT A VINE — SAVE A TREE! Saturday March 8, 2014 9 AM to 12 noon GEORGE LORIMER PRESERVE Special Meeting Location at 1812 Hawkweed Way in Summerhill Has this winter left you suffering from cabin fever and a need to get outside for some fresh air? There’s a perfect […]
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Burglary 1500 block of Burmont Road on Feb. 26 at 9:18 p.m. – Forced entry was gained through the kitchen door. Air conditioning unit was removed from the window and observed lying in the grass. Dressers and jewelry boxes were rummaged through but nothing has been reported missing at this time.
HAVERFORD TWP. ---A Havertown man is facing criminal charges for allegedly offering a female co-worker $200 on multiple occasions to watch him masturbate.
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With power knocked out for more than 16,000 households and businesses – three-quarters of PECO’s customers in Lower Merion – at the peak of the Feb. 5 ice storm, there are many who have questions about the utility’s response.
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