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Main Line Monday: Access to Style in Penn Valley for $1.15M

We’re just going to come out and say it: as soon as we saw that giant two-story wall of windows in the living room, we […]

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Apartments Proposed Atop Ardmore Christian Science Reading Room

Developers Chris and Ryan Tobin want to join the parade of builders adding apartments to downtown Ardmore. Their modest proposal, however, would add two stories […]

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Main Line Monday: A Renovated Farmhouse in Haverford for $775K

Everybody knows that the Main Line is a hub for beautiful mansions and expansive estates, so when we stumbled upon a recently re-listed property as […]

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Jawdropper of the Week: Pop Art in Merion Station

There are two kinds of fans of Modernism: the purists and the postmodernists. The purists would no doubt recoil in horror once they set foot […]

City Life

Lower Merion School District Forced to Withdraw Tax Hike

A Montgomery County Judge told the Lower Merion School District it couldn’t raise taxes as much as it proposed this year, claiming the school district […]

City Life

Police: “Anti-Semitic” Incident Outside Lower Merion Kosher Restaurant Wasn’t

Last week, Lower Merion was aflutter over allegations of anti-Semitic threats outside a kosher restaurant on Montgomery Avenue. But after days of investigation and involvement […]

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Lower Merion Police Seek Witnesses to Alleged Anti-Semitic Threats Outside Kosher Restaurant

Saturday nights along Montgomery Avenue in Merion are usually pretty quiet. But last Saturday night was anything but.

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Main Line Monday: Villanova’s Harriton Manor House Is a Blend of Past and Present

Interspersing historic buildings with new constructions, open space with sensitive site planning, not to mention an innovative stormwater management system atop a 55-acre site, it’s no […]

City Life

Lower Merion Police Say Lower Merion Police Did Nothing Wrong in Controversial Stop

The officers who ordered 56-year-old Nathaniel Williams to his knees, then handcuffed him, in a stop connected to a reported robbery at a TD Bank […]

City Life

South Ardmore Residents Speak Out Against Police Treatment

Correction: A quote in the original publication of this story was incorrectly attributed to Commissioner Joshua Grimes. It was actually said by Commissioner Brian Gordon.  The snow […]

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Main Line Monday: Yep, This Lower Merion Charmer Went For the Floor Layout Switch

Well, looky here! Is this a thing with Main Line homes we weren’t aware of? Sure, we’ve seen new constructions try out this layout switch […]

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Main Line Monday: Valley View Estate Listed for the Second Time in Sixty Years

Almost saved this one for Friday, but we just couldn’t wait to share it with you! Listed last week for a cool – brace yourself, now […]

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Main Line Monday: Modern Dream Residence in Penn Valley

Would you classify this Lower Merion residence as a mid-century modern? It certainly has that airy, light-generous roominess those types of buildings are known to […]

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More Drama for One Ardmore Place: Nearby Business Owners File Suit Against Lower Merion Township

Six business owners neighboring Carl Dranoff’s One Ardmore Place project at the site of the Cricket Parking Lot have filed a lawsuit against Lower Merion […]

City Life

Did Main Line Cops Crack Down on Shoveling Scofflaws?

On Tuesday night, as emotions over the blown snow forecast and all the inconveniences it brought began to melt away, a new snow controversy erupted […]