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Teen Arrested For Lower Merion CarjackingsThe carjackings happened between September 15th and October 13th.
Man Dies After Falling Into Trash Pit On Main LineAuthorities say a Bala Cynwyd man is dead after falling 45 feet Saturday afternoon.
Brotherly Love: Famous Visitor Inspires County's Food DriveLast year, Pope Francis stayed at St. Charles Borromeo seminary in Lower Merion for a night and Montgomery County officials wanted to give the visiting pontiff a tangible thank-you.
Lower Merion School District Updates High School Grading ScaleLower Merion is joining the trend toward adopting a ten-point grading scale, giving an 'A' for a score of 90-100, and a 'B' for 80-90 and so on, this is replacing the 92-100 eight-point scale.
Lower Merion Police K9 Receives New Bullet-Proof VestA Lower Merion Township K9 is now wearing new body armor thanks to a charitable donation.
Barnes Foundation Gets New CEO – That’s Chief ‘Experience’ OfficerThe latest major acquisition by the Barnes Foundation is not a Matisse or a Cezanne but a Bernstein.
Witnessing Kobe Bryant's Last Game Will Cost You 'An Arm And A Leg'The average price for a ticket to the Lakers game in Los Angeles is listed at over $2,100 and selling for about $1,400. To even get in the arena costs more than $800.
3 Rescued From Lower Merion House FireThe cause of the fire is under investigation.
Black People In Montco Make Voices Heard Over Dislike Of How Police Treat ThemThe message is clear: the black residents of Lower Merion do not like how they are being treated police in their community.
Man Rescued After Being Trapped For Nearly 9 Hours In Car After Crashing Down An EmbankmentPolice received calls about the accident around 4:25 a.m. at Mill Creek Road and Grays Lane in Lower Merion.
Bridge Inspection To Slow Traffic On Schuylkill ExpresswayPennsylvania's Transportation Department says the right lane will be closed on Interstate 76 east between Belmont Avenue and City Avenue from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday.
Documents Of Philly-area Quaker Merchant Hanged In 1778 Up For AuctionIn November 1778, wealthy Pennsylvania businessman John Roberts III and a fellow Quaker were convicted of treason against the American cause and hanged from a gallows in Philadelphia.

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