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Lower Merion Board of Commissioners Primary Elections 2015 Results

Main Line Times - Wed, 2015-05-20 00:31
The follower are unofficial voting results provided by Montgomery County.
Categories: Lower Merion

Police say man took cash left in an envelope at Lankenau Hospital

Main Line Times - Wed, 2015-05-20 00:31
Lower Merion police are looking for a man who was seen on surveillance footage taking an envelope containing cash at Lankenau Hospital two weeks ago.
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Lower Merion School Board Primary Election 2015 Results

Main Line Times - Wed, 2015-05-20 00:31
Lower Merion School Board Democrat Virginia Pollard 3,804 - 12.80 percent Democrat Subha Robinson 3,381 - 11.38 percent Democrat Christina Fink 1,676 - 5.64 percent Democrat David Federman3,611 - 12.15 percent Democrat Diane DiBonaventuro 3,623 - 12.19 percent
Categories: Lower Merion

Lower Merion District Judge Primary Election results

Main Line Times - Wed, 2015-05-20 00:31
The following unofficial vote counts were still being counted as of midnight Tuesday.
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Update: Counting their blessings: Hotel owners celebrate visit from Pope Francis

Main Line Times - Wed, 2015-05-20 00:31
For many area Catholics, the visit of Pope Francis in September provides the spiritual opportunity of a lifetime.
Categories: Lower Merion

Lower Merion police investigating Bryn Mawr bank robbery

Main Line Times - Wed, 2015-05-20 00:31
Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect who robbed a Bryn Mawr bank Thursday afternoon.
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Lower Merion Board of Commissioners Primary Elections 2015 Results

Main Line Times - Tue, 2015-05-19 23:55
The follower are unofficial voting results provided by Montgomery County.
Categories: Lower Merion

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Chester County Ramblings - Tue, 2015-05-19 17:55

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Main Line General Election 2015 Results

Main Line Times - Tue, 2015-05-19 14:58
As the polls close, Main Line Media News will announce the unofficial results this evening. Follow @MLMediaNews on Twitter.
Categories: Lower Merion

Devon Horse Show opens this weekend

Main Line Times - Tue, 2015-05-19 13:52
EASTTOWN >> The 119-year tradition of the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair continues with opening day set for Thursday. The show grounds are busy now with preparations for the eleven days of equestrian action, shopping, socializing, and family fun.
Categories: Lower Merion

Eight Baldwin School students named National Merit Scholarship finalists

Main Line Times - Tue, 2015-05-19 13:09
The Baldwin School is pleased to announce that eight members of the Class of 2015 have been recognized as National Merit Scholarship Program finalists. Front Row (Left to Right): Rachel Dichter (Radnor), Ting Fang (Frazer), and Hannah Tipperman (Devon). Back Row (Left to Right): Sherrie Li (Kennett Square), Jasmine Syed (Malvern), Ali Thaler (Ardmore), Caroline Cai (Bryn Mawr), and Rachel Zachian (Villanova).
Categories: Lower Merion

Police: Suspect Stole Envelope of Cash at Lankenau Hospital

Ardmore-Merion-Wynnewood Patch - Tue, 2015-05-19 12:54
Lower Merion police say a man pocketed an envelope of money mistakenly left behind at Lankenau Hospital in Wynnewood.
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vote for change TODAY west vincent

Chester County Ramblings - Tue, 2015-05-19 12:13

I do not really dabble in politics the way I used to. But when I see something that is enough of a sense of wrong for lack of a better description, well, I say something.

See that picture above? It is a still from a public meeting in West Vincent Township.  See that man flipping the audience or whomever the bird? That is Farmer Supervisor Roadmaster Ken Miller isn’t it? It’s from a website called Stop Ken Miller.

West Vincent, THAT is what you have had representing you for what? 22 years? Today is the chance of a lifetime. Today you can vote him OUT of office. As in #RetireTheRoadmaster.

Please note that I do not live in West Vincent.  I have nothing to do with the election websites, but between this distasteful photo of a current sitting elected official and his letter overnight or whatever saying his honorable opponent (who is actually honorable) wouldn’t debate him which is factually inaccurate, added to the years of petty tyranny, well West Vincent isn’t it time to free yourselves from the chains which bind you most unfairly as residents?

Here is what just came out courtesy of Chickenman:

Hi

I see that Ken Miller has sent out one last letter, again not telling the truth. He states,” In addition, the League of Women Voters offered to set up a debate between my opponent and myself more than a month ago. I accepted their invitation, my opponent declined”.

Poor Ken can’t even tell the truth about something as simple as this. The League of Women Voters were late contacting Mike (May 9th) and they then said that it was too late to arrange a debate.

It was The League of Women Voters who turned down the debate, not Mike Schneider.

Sad that Ken has to try to use this as a crutch while he claims he won’t lower himself to mudslinging. It seems he is the only one doing it. Remember, I give the proof.  Here is a link to the audio from a phone call the League made to Mike. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y7mUsj5i_nI&feature=youtu.be

Please get out and vote today for Mike Schneider to let people know you support him.

Best wishes

Chickenman

For what it is worth, I actually have met and spoken with Mike Schneider.  He is honest, smart, honorable, and running for the right reasons. He wishes to serve the residents of West Vincent, not serve himself.

So West Vincent, you have a choice. You can be sheeple and ostriches and pretend everything in Glocca Morra is fine, or you can be real and vote in some new political blood.  In my humble opinion, you will be doing yourselves a favor by voting for Mike Schneider.

Vote for change in West Vincent. Change the faces of who govern you and enact positive change, a reality all residents can benefit from.  After all, government and elected officials are supposed to work for you, not you for them.

At the end of the day if I lived in your municipality I would like a little more from my elected officials than flipping residents and taxpayers their middle finger like they are in middle school.

Just saying.

Get out and vote.

Polls are open for hours.


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Case Manager, Nursing Director: Find a Job in Ardmore

Ardmore-Merion-Wynnewood Patch - Tue, 2015-05-19 11:29
Find a local job or post your own opening.
Categories: Lower Merion

Police say man took cash left in an envelope at Lankenau Hospital

Main Line Times - Tue, 2015-05-19 11:19
Lower Merion police are looking for a man who was seen on surveillance footage taking an envelope containing cash at Lankenau Hospital two weeks ago.
Categories: Lower Merion

The Palmer apartments open in Wynnewood with bow to a history of elegance

Main Line Times - Tue, 2015-05-19 11:19
WYNNEWOOD >> As a fiery sun set May 7, guests mingled on a stone terrace overlooking a pristine swimming pool, much as they would have nearly 90 years ago.
Categories: Lower Merion

Court deems former Montgomery County Republican Chairman Robert Kerns a sexually violent predator

Main Line Times - Tue, 2015-05-19 11:19
COURTHOUSE >> The former head of the Montgomery County Republican Committee who pleaded no contest in November 2014 to charges of indecently assaulting a woman who worked at his law firm was deemed a sexually violent predator by the court on Friday.
Categories: Lower Merion

2015 Primary Elections: Campaign finance issue in some LM races

Main Line Times - Tue, 2015-05-19 10:53
ARDMORE >> With controversy simmering over billboard and newspaper ads and contributions from a donor with ties to two major institutions in the township, campaign finances in some of the 2015 primary races for seats on the Lower Merion Board of Commissioners are getting unusually intense scrutiny.
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PennDOT Urges Ardmore Drivers to 'Click it or Ticket'

Ardmore-Merion-Wynnewood Patch - Tue, 2015-05-19 10:26
The Pennsylvania State Police will be on the lookout for motorists who are not following the safety belt and child restraint laws.
Categories: Lower Merion

Update: Counting their blessings: Hotel owners celebrate visit from Pope Francis

Main Line Times - Tue, 2015-05-19 10:04
For many area Catholics, the visit of Pope Francis in September provides the spiritual opportunity of a lifetime.
Categories: Lower Merion