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Carmel Cafe & Wine Bar has heavy hitters behind it.
Montco Memo: Developer Carl Dranoff today said that the name of his Cricket Avenue project in Ardmore will be One Ardmore Place. He also presented drawings of the project.
The military is several years into a multi-decade environmental remediation plan for the now-closed base. Here are some updates on process.
The One Fund Boston is gearing up to distribute donations to victims of last week's Boston Marathon bombings. As of Wednesday morning, $21 million had been donated. Read all about it.
PennDOT announced today that that installation of a 300-foot long drainage pipe along the expressway's westbound right travel lane will prompt the closure of all but one lane in that direction.
a well-known brother and sister duo, Philadelphia restaurateur Marc Vetri and Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman, will make a presentation together for the first time, when they speak Thursday morning at the 2013 Corporate Philanthropy Summit.
Photo released for the first time of missing Victor Herbert collectibles after ex-housecleaner Andrea Lawton pleads guilty to a felony counts of burglary and a felony count of conspiracy to commit burglary. Lawton admitted she took a valuable bust of Benjamin Franklin, sculpted while the founding father was alive. She claims not to have taken the Herbert mementos, which remain missing.
Jill Beccaris-Pescatore of Glenside finished the Boston Marathon 10 minutes before the explosions.
Zach Womach has a Sunday night gig at Verdad.
Ali Velshi leaves CNN for Al Jazeera's American broadcast.
The Verizon store at 195 West Lancaster Avenue in Ardmore, Lower Merion, was robbed today at about 11:14 a.m., by two men who forced employees behind the counter at knife point. They fled with an unknown quantity of cell phones, driving east on Lancaster in a blue Dodge Caravan.
Dr. Valerie Arkoosh, a professor of clinical anesthesiology and critical care at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, just announced that she has raised $218,000 since filing paperwork on March 5 to run in the 2014 Democratic primary election for the 13th Congressional District.
The Bryn Mawr Running Club is a social, supportive club with members of all different skill levels and goals.
A sampling of news from around Montgomery County.
Construction work will reduce traffic to one lane in each direction Saturday between Lansdale and Quakertown exits. From midnight to 6 a.m. Sunday, all northbound lanes in that 13-mile stretch will be closed.
A sampling of news from around Montgomery County.
A sampling of news from around Montgomery County.
Watch out, Lower Merion drivers. Roads are closed all over the township. Here's a list of many of them.
A sampling of news from around Montgomery County.
The Montgomery County Public Defender's Office said it would be a possible conflict-of-interest the son and grandson of Plymouth Meeting murder victim Jack St. Onge. So the office will represent David St. Onge Sr., accused of killing his 88-year-old father, while a court-appointed attorney will handle the case of David St. Onge Jr.
A sampling of news from around Montgomery County.
A sampling of news from around Montgomery County.
A new traffic pattern began Tuesday night on Markley Street in Norristown, as part of the five-year, $20.8 million road improvement project.
A sampling of news from around Montgomery County.
A sampling of news from around Montgomery County.
Parking restrictions in Lansdale will kick in during The Fairmount Fire Company's annual car show this weekend. Here's where -- and when -- not to park.
A sampling of news from around Montgomery County.
Fresh off its Rittenhouse Square opening. the cupcake chain has landed in Cherry Hill and is headed for Suburban Square.
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