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Controversy Over Crosses on Proposed Villanova Bridge

Radnor Township last night approved a controversial pedestrian bridge planned for Villanova’s campus. At first, it seems like there’s no reason for the bridge to […]

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Villanova Plans $60 Million Makeover of Pavilion

Villanova’s Board of Trustees on Wednesday approved a $60 million makeover of the Pavilion, the team’s basketball gym. After the renovation, it will be rechristened […]


Philly’s Biggest Winners of 2016

Believe it or not, a few people actually succeeded in the otherwise godforsaken 2016. Here’s to all the do-gooders, overachievers, strivers, thrivers, and folks who won so […]

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Villanova Could Win Another National Title This Season

It looked like Temple might make a game of it. Four minutes into the second half on Tuesday night, the Owls trailed by 10. But […]


Main Line Monday: An All-New Old House in Villanova, $1.5M

Today’s Main Line builders produce modern homes that look like they’ve been around for decades — but you can usually tell they haven’t by examining the […]


Main Line Monday: A View-tiful Find in Villanova

What normally comes to mind when you hear the phrase “Main Line”? Your mind probably goes to the mega-mansions discreetly sitting on tree-lined streets in […]


Survey: Villanova Tops for Green Homes for Sale

Maybe homeowners hereabouts want to emulate the Eagles. Or maybe it’s because investments in green features pay off when it’s time to sell. Whatever the […]


New “Best Colleges” Rankings: Penn Ties With Duke, Villanova Cracks Top 50

U.S. News and World Report’s 2017 “Best Colleges” rankings were released today, and Villanova fans certainly have something to be happy about.


Villanova Professor Sues CIA Over … Bay of Pigs?!

Villanova political science professor David Barrett knows more than most about the Central Intelligence Agency. The university boasts that Barrett is actually “one of the […]


Villanova Moves Forward With Decision to Arm Public Safety Force

In an email sent Monday, Villanova University Public Safety Director and Chief of Police David Tedjeske updated students, faculty, and staff with the news that the […]


Main Line Monday: Classic Modernity in Villanova

Maybe you’re tired of seeing the same old same old on the real estate market. Maybe you seek the unexpected. We think this contemporary home […]


Main Line Monday: A Home Full of Fun in Villlanova

For those full-house families out there, this scenic property in Villanova is a dream home. A whopping 7,618 square feet, expansive rooms, luxurious living quarters, […]

Villanova Wildcats head coach Jay Wright celebrates after winning 2016 national championship title.

Jay Wright to Assistant Coach USA Men’s Select Team

The release of the roster for the 2016 USA Men’s Select Team Tuesday gave a big nod to the National Champion Villanova Wildcats — the team’s head coach Jay Wright […]


A Look at Villanova’s New Lancaster Avenue Building

With its announcement that it will build a new, 1,100-bed student residence hall with street-floor retail across Lancaster Avenue from the main entrance to its campus, […]


Farmhouse Friday: What’s Past Is Present in Villanova

If you’re one of those people who’s looking to live “the country life” but don’t want the remoteness that comes with it, we’ve got the […]