Bala Cynwyd Pa.

(Credit: Mike Dougherty)

Last-Minute Uninsured ‘Shoppers’ Seek Health Care Advice

Agents from Independence Blue Cross helped customers sign up for a plan that works for them in Bala Cynwyd Sunday.


(On Bala Avenue, crews work to repair Walls and Windows after a car slams through the front door. Credit: Pat Ciarrocchi)

1 Hospitalized After Car Crashes Into Store In Bala Cynwyd

Police say one person was taken to the hospital after a car crashed into a store in Montgomery County Wednesday afternoon.


(Alan Kushner, in 2008 file photo.)

Montco Man Who Tried To Have Hitman Kill His Wife Wants New Trial

Alan Kushner now claims his attorney four years ago was ineffective, failing to recognize psychological problems that he says impaired his ability to make decisions during his trial.


(Joseph Facciolo poses for reporters with a ceremonial check.  Credit: Hadas Kuznits)

Temple Dental Student Wins $1M Supermarket Giveaway

Joseph Facciolo won by getting the rare game piece at an Acme in Bala Cynwyd.


(Images provided by Lower Merion PD)

Man Sought in Safecracking Try at Bala Cynwyd Wawa Store

Police say he cut through a cinderblock wall, then spent more than an hour cutting into the store’s safe.


(Plenty of bread filled the bakery aisle at an Acme Market in Bala Cynwyd on Friday afternoon.  Credit:  Tim Jimenez)

Despite Snowy Forecast, Philadelphia Area Residents Apparently Shopping In Stride

With the threat of a rare October snow, KYW’s Tim Jimenez went to a Montgomery County supermarket to see if shoppers were stocking up on food.


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Montco Man Gets Prison Term For Swindling Business Investors

Some of Robert Krikorian’s 39 victims testified they turned over what amounted to their life savings and their retirement money so they could buy a business and live the American dream.


(Ira Pressman.  Photo provided by Montgomery County DA's office)

Montco Businessman Charged In ‘Wholesale’ Ripoff Of Investors

Prosecutors say Ira Pressman owned a company that lured investors into deals involving closeout, overstock, and liquidation merchandise — some of which didn’t exist.