LM board promotes police officers, postpones action on riverfront apartment plan

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As the settlement agreement came up for a vote, Lower Merion Board President Liz Rogan said she believed O’Neill Properties group had... Read more

Radnor Middle School students to march against bullying on May 17

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All of Radnor Middle School is taking a stand against bullying, joining schools nationwide in the Million T-Shirt March Thursday. The march... Read more

FOP's questioning of police hiring practices stirs Narberth meeting

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Lodge 28 President of the Fraternal Order of Police Gavin Goschinski caused a stir at the Monday, May 14 Narberth Borough Council meeting when... Read more

Redistricting petition for Lower Merion yields 515 signatures

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To echo opposition to the redistricting plans in Lower Merion, 149th district State Rep. Tim Briggs (D) started an online petition for residents... Read more

Third annual Pushups for Charity to benefit veterans

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In a world of shake weights, electrode belts and gym memberships, Michelle Collier wants individuals eager to lose weight or get in shape to... Read more

Residents protest outside of Bryn Mawr Bank of America

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More than a dozen residents in Bryn Mawr and the surrounding areas grabbed their picket signs and political bumper stickers for a protest... Read more

LM sophomores and Montco officials discuss drunk driving death

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For 16-year-old Drew Wilby, the Montgomery County District Attorney’s presentation on drinking and distracted driving, illustrated by... Read more

'One Night Stand' at Main Line Art Center Friday, May 18

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Come Friday, May 18, there will be a "One Night Stand," though not the kind you'd think. The Main Line Art Center is holding its sixth annual... Read more