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784 Layoffs at Embroiled Mail-Order Pharmacy

After multiple reports that mail-order pharmacy Philidor Rx Services used questionable tactics to get insurance companies to pay for the drugs it dispensed, the company is […]

Foobooz

The Lost World: Papaya Vietnamese Contemporary Tapas Reviewed

On a Sunday night in late November, we weren’t the only table at Papaya Vietnamese Contemporary Tapas, but it was close. My wife and I […]

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A Taste of Family Tradition Comes to Glenside

A traditional family-style, neighborhood restaurant and bar opens in Glenside this Monday, December 7. The new Bernie’s Restaurant & Bar (which used to be Bernie’s […]

Business

515 Layoffs Coming to Montgomery County

Two Montgomery County businesses have announced layoffs, and 515 people are set to lose their jobs permanently. Quad/Graphics is closing its plant in East Greenville, Pa., […]

Property

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 […]

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The Vault Opens This Weekend at Valley Forge Casino

Opening Halloween weekend, The Vault below-ground bar and music venue adds another new entertainment amenity to the updated Valley Forge Casino Hotel. Bands of all […]

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Guild Hall Brewing to Close After Just Under Five Months

Jenkintown’s Guild Hall Brewing Company will close after its Halloween event on Saturday, October 31st. The brewpub opened in mid-June and was open under 5 months. […]

Property

Lady in Waiting: Sylvan Edge Gets Sliver Off Its Price Tag

“It was a packed showing,” says Dennis Cook of the open house he had at his home two weeks ago. And how could it not […]

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City

WATCH: Cosby Featured in Montco Attack Ad

A decision Bruce Castor made almost 10 years ago is the subject of a new attack ad. That decision: Not to prosecute Bill Cosby. Andrea […]

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Pizzeria Felici Adds Lunch

Brian Sirhal and chef Tim Spinner have opened Pizzeria Felici in Horsham, PA earlier this month. And now they’ve started serving lunch at their pizzeria and wine […]

Property

Jaw Dropper of the Week: Elkins Park Manse with Trompe L’Oeil, “Hand” Rail

It’s one thing for fancy estates in the Greater Philadelphia region to enamor us with their luxe features and history, but it’s quite another when one […]

City

No Charges for Hatboro Councilman Who Shot Suspected TD Bank Robber

Montgomery County district attorney Risa Vetri Ferman announced today that Hatboro Councilman George Forgeng, who shot a suspected bank robber this summer, will not face […]

Property

Jaw Dropper of the Week: Radnor Barn Transformed Into Luxury Mansion

We’re filing this one under Jaw Dropper – though it would have undoubtedly fit our Main Line and Farmhouse features too – because, well, it’s incredible. Formerly a […]

Property

Jaw Dropper of the Week: Eagles Watch Estate In Huntingdon Valley

Eagles Watch may sound like it was christened by your hardcore green-blooded uncle, but the truth behind the moniker of this Montgomery County estate isn’t actually […]

Property

Back On the Market: Sylvan Edge Listed for $1.225M

Let’s swing by a home we haven’t heard from in awhile, but know you’re dying to see once more: Sylvan Edge, that stately manse off Ashbourne Road and […]