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Usual Suspects Top 2017 U.S. News Best High Schools List

The single best high school in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania remains the Julia Reynolds Masterman Laboratory School in Philadelphia. But in this year’s edition of […]


Jawdropper of the Week: A Lot to Love in Newtown Square for $5.95M

We don’t normally use listings from the same town for consecutive weeks’ jawdroppers, but when it’s deserved, we are more than willing to make an […]


When It Comes to Building, Color Us Medium Green

So how green is Philadelphia? Well, we have this huge 7,600-acre park and… That’s not the kind of green we’re talking about here. We’re talking […]


Try This At Home: 10 Indoor and Outdoor Design Ideas from the Philadelphia Flower Show

We all can benefit from having a touch of nature in our lives. Our lungs and our mood will thank us for it, and so […]

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Environmentalists Fight to Keep Fracking Banned Along the Delaware

Environmentalists are banding together to attempt to permanently ban fracking within the Delaware River Watershed. 

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Russian Spy Ship Spotted Off Coast of Delaware

A Russian spy ship was spotted in international waters off the coast of Delaware, CBS News is reporting. FOX News reports the ship was the […]


First-Time Find: Suburban Renewal in Drexel Hill for $260K

If you’ve ever dreamed about living in a fixer-upper (without actually doing the fixer-up-ing), say hello to this single-family home in Drexel Hill. Thanks to a […]

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Delco Neighbors “Frightened” After Racist Letter Found on Cars

Last Friday began as any other Friday for Delaware County resident Jonathan Larsen — that is until he walked out in front of his house and […]

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Donald Trump Came to Delco Last Night, and It Was Weird

A voice boomed as if from the heavens. “Please welcome, legendary coach Bobby Knight!” Even though it was sweltering outside, the former Indiana University basketball […]


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 […]

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Trump to Campaign in Delco Following Obama’s Visit to Philly

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will visit Delaware County today, hours after President Barack Obama campaigns for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art. […]

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Delaware Students Can Now Use Pot Oil at School

Delaware Gov. Jack Markell signed a bill into law yesterday that will allow the state’s students with medical prescriptions to use pot oil at school. In the presence […]

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University of Delaware Considers Changing Spring Break Schedule

Officials at the University of Delaware are considering an alteration to the school’s spring break schedule, according to a report from the Associated Press. The change […]

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Delco Podiatrist Charged in Massive Federal Health Care Fraud Sweep

A Delaware County podiatrist was charged in the largest health care fraud takedown in history, the Department of Justice announced today. Stephen A. Monaco, of Broommall, […]


2SP Brewing Releases Cans of Their Delco Lager

Great news. 2SP Brewing Company is finally throwing their Delco Lager in a can. Legend says that as 2SP was deciding what beers they would make, […]