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City Life

Turns Out “Missing” Main Line Man Was Just a Sex Offender in Hiding

Back in 2019, the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System issued a missing persons alert for Paoli’s Timothy Patrick Dillon, who was 25 at the […]

A credit card slip from John Henry's Pub, a restaurant in Ardmore. The customer who signed it was apparently unhappy that his server had asked him to wear a mask while not seated. (Photo via John Henry's Pub)
Foobooz

Please Don’t Stiff Your Servers After They Ask You to Wear a Mask

I’m sure that a lot of you have been overtipping at restaurants during COVID. I know that’s what I’ve been doing. But some people… well, […]

City Life

How Three Black Women Are Calling Out Racism at Main Line Schools

As thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in Philadelphia last month to protest racial inequity and police brutality against Black people, three Main Line […]

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City Life

Main Line Parents Irate at Prestigious ESF Summer Camp Over “Ridiculous” Refund Policy

ESF Camps are among the most sought after summer camps in this section of the United States. Based on the Main Line, ESF Camps boast […]

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City Life

Philly Coronavirus News: Main Line Grocery Store Worker Tells Customers “Go Away”

A roundup of Philly coronavirus news. Main Line Grocery Store Worker to Customers: “Go Away” Earlier this week, we told you that Pennsylvania Governor Tom […]

wawa during the philly coronavirus crisis no longer offers self-serve coffee
City Life

Philly Coronavirus News: Big Changes at Wawa, Wolf Cracks Down, But, Hey, It’s Warm!

A roundup of Philly coronavirus news. Say Goodbye to Wawa as You Know It Wawa is, essentially, a basic human right in Philadelphia, Delco and […]

givzie founder amanda olsen with her sons
City Life

Main Line Woman’s Start-Up Wants to Change the Way You Buy Gifts

If you’re like the average American, you’re probably going to be doing some holiday gift buying in the coming days, which means long lines and […]

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Be Well Philly

Flywheel Is Closing Its Bryn Mawr Location and Everyone Is Sad

For a while, it seemed like spinning studios were following the trend of cheesesteak joints in Philly: There would always be room for more. Indoor […]

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City Life

This Main Line Mug Shot Is the Most Main Line Mug Shot Ever

There’s a sad Internet subculture of folks who like to collect really bad mug shots of people who look evil, creepy, or just completely inebriated. […]

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City Life

This Lower Merion High School Senior Is All About Women in Jazz

This week, Lower Merion High School senior Olivia Hughart was traveling to Boston to visit the New England Conservatory of Music, where she might go […]

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City Life

Lower Merion Cop Says Male Officers Sexted Her and Tracked Her Via GPS

Lower Merion police sergeant Jo Anne Pepitone is a familiar face in what is one of America’s wealthiest townships. Whether she’s under an Overbrook School […]

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City Life

Police Offer $5,000 Reward in 50-Car Tire Slashing on the Main Line

You might have woken up on New Year’s Day with a dry mouth and a bit of a headache, but you probably had a better […]

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Property

The 5 Most Expensive Rentals on the Main Line Right Now

Housing on the Main Line, as we all should know by now, ranges from the truly modest to the truly breathtaking. What might be more […]

liz goldman
City Life

Pa. Lawmakers Sided With Pedophiles and Those Who Protect Them

Other than the predator who abused me, I’ve never met anyone who isn’t repulsed by child sexual abuse. I’ve also never met anyone who isn’t […]

City Life

Main Line Doctor Says Lower Merion Schools Ignored Her Sexual Abuse Allegations

Bill McKendry was once a popular fixture at Bala Cynwyd Middle School in the Lower Merion School District, where he began teaching in 1969. Known […]