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A Philadelphia woman was sentenced to six years in prison today for stealing a rare bust of Benjamin Franklin from a Bryn Mawr home. Prosecutors said...
Calling a typical American engineering school a boys' club would be an understatement - on average, women make up 18.2 percent of engineering undergraduates nationwide.
The Radnor Township Planning Commission has rejected Villanova University's request for a zoning change that would allow a major expansion of the Lancaster Avenue campus with new dormitories, a parking garage, a performing arts center, and stores.
In a changing 21st-century golf world characterized by mammoth-headed metal drivers, the compact little golf club that straddles Ardmore Avenue remains a charming brassie.
Fresh off its Rittenhouse Square opening. the cupcake chain has landed in Cherry Hill and is headed for Suburban Square.
Heidi Tirjan's schedule was packed. There were visits to a new bakery and a soon-to-open bookshop in Bryn Mawr, then off to Philadelphia to drop in on a couple of chic Northern Liberties retailers she thought should launch outlets in Lower Merion.
A new home furnishing retailer is opening in the Philly area.
Police are searching for a Skippack college student who they say vanished in the early-morning hours Friday while driving home from the University of Rhode Island.
Talking Small Biz: Tommy Joyner, 42, of Ardmore, is the founder of MilkBoy the Studio, in Callowhill, and two MilkBoy coffee-and-music venues, in Center City and Ardmore. Now, Joyner and longtime business partner Jamie Lokoff, 47, of Society Hill, are branching out.
Rabies shots are required annually for cats and dogs. You could save a few bucks by getting it done at the county's rabies clinic in June.
Forty-nine years ago, Conshohocken leaders began crafting a comprehensive plan to transform the grimy old mill town into a modern, livable municipality, albeit a small one.
A body pulled from the water near Providence, R.I., has been identified as missing Brown University student and Bryn Mawr native Sunil Tripathi. Tripathi...
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia will break ground this summer on a new facility in King of Prussia to replace its current offices on Mall Boulevard. Its larger capacity will allow room for an ambulatory surgery center in addition to the services it offers at its current location.
Sunil Tripathi of Radnor has been missing since March. For a few hours, he was thought to be a bomber.
The Veterans Services director says thousands in Montco don't even know they're entitled to benefits like pension and disability. The iffice is boosting outreach to help them.
Montgomery County officials managed to rustle up enough people to put the required number and type of election judges in all of the county's polling places.
Montgomery County wants to switch from a civil service program to a merit-based program for about 300 workers in the departments of Aging, Behavorial Health, and Children and Youth.
The county is seeking volunteers to serve as local election board judges, minority and majority inspectors for Tuesday's primary election.
Blair Mill Road between Moreland Avenue and County Line Road in Horsham and Upper Moreland will be closed on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. beginning June 3 as Aqua Pennsylvania replaces a water main.
At least one Montco commissioner promises to participate in "Bike to Work Day."
Beware of driving on Rt. 23 in West Chonshohocken on Saturday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. A stretch of it will be closed for repaving.
Treasurer Jason Salus says real estate taxes are coming in more quickly this year.
The Department of General Services proposes unloading two houses across from the psychiatric facility. They haven't been used for an 'unknown' amount of time.
Closed since the end of December, the expanded and redesigned Bala Cynwyd Library on Old Lancaster Road in Lower Merion Township is scheduled to reopen Sunday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
A study commissioned by the college found that students get $6 in higher wages for every $1 they spend on their education.
The U.S. Open, which will be June 10 through June 16 at the Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, won't mean any road closures in Lower Merion Township. But blocked roads and detours in neighboring Haverford Township will cause some traffic troubles in Montgomery County.
Commissioners say the county might save money by selling One Montgomery Plaza and leasing back the space. They put out an RFP last week.
A sampling of news from around Montgomery County.
In the dance lexicon of Sutie Madison, an uncontrollable twitch is a beautiful thing. A flailing arm and jerking head are the equivalent of a graceful pirouette.
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