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Stop the Growth in Lower Merion? Is Residential Building Too Much? Commercial Not enough?

December 11, 2018

Wynnewood, PA  — Lower Merion residents and commissioners alike are thinking that too much of a good thing is not so good.  Lower Merion officials are looking at almost 1500 new apartment units that fit three categories of development: Recently built, approved yet not built and the rest that are somewhere in between — or "varying stages of ...

Bala Cynwyd Firm is Major Player in Local Tech Sector and ETF Trading

Susquehanna Growth Equity, located on City Avenue in Bala Cynwyd, PA, is a local Lower Merion Township business that is making million dollar waves in the trillion-dollar global exchange-traded fund market. The company is also leading the way in expanding growth and employment in the Philadelphia tech industry.

Just this week, they posted on their LinkedIn, "Giving Philly the love...

Narberth’s Dickens Festival Another Success Compliments of Scrooge, Marley and the Weather

Narberth, PA -- One only has to see the pictures from yesterday’s Narberth Dickens Festival. Can there be such a thing as too much fun?

“I wouldn’t miss this Festival for money,” said Miles Austin a Canadian visitor in for the event.

Did the rain put a damper on the festival?  Nope, only English mist was on hand and it came and went rather quickly.  The ...

Google Out of Control Traffic is Diverted to China, Russia, and Nigeria

Wynnewood, PA -- Were your searches hijacked?  For two or more hours yesterday, Google’s traffic which should have been sent to Google’s cloud-based servers was diverted and shipped to China and Russia — both non-democratic countries with a long history of tense relations to Google’s corporate home the United States — as well as Nigeria.  

Did this ...

WPHL 17 Parent Settles Lawsuit with Department of Justice

Washington, DC  -- WPHL 17 ’s owner, Tribune Media, and five other titans of broadcast news and entertainment settled today with the Department of Justice.  The six broadcast television companies including resolved the DOJ lawsuit alleging that the companies engaged in the unlawful sharing of non-public and competitively sensitive information with their competitors.

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PennDOT is Closing Ramps and Reducing Lanes on I-76 in Lower Merion and Conshohocken

Wynnewood, PA - I-76 lane closures have been announced by PennDOT covering both directions of the Schuylkill Expressway from City Line Ave. to US 202 interchange and they will happen starting November 11, 2018 . PennDOT describes what will happen is periodic singling closures which will last through Thursday, November 15.   W the closures are planned to start at 9 PM and the lanes will ...

Lower Merion Township Buys 100% Green Power With Whopping Savings

Ardmore, PA - The Lower Merion Township Board of Commissioners voted to purchase 100 percent renewable green energy to power all buildings, street lights, traffic signals-lights and controls in the township from two companies -- Engie and Constellation Energy.

The town will save approximately $209,000 per year over the life of the two contracts.

The move was made after the township received ...

FCC Rejects Challenge to Bala Cynwyd Radio Goliath

Bala Cynwyd, PA - Almost a year ago Entercom-CBS two radio behemoths merged after Federal Communications Commission approval.  Now the FCC rejected an attempt to split the two companies by unwinding the merger.  California broadcaster Ed Stoltz was seeking to rescind the FCC’s support of the largest radio transaction of 2017.  Stoltz has been at odds, some say war with ...

Lower Merion Company Helps Make Strides Against Breast Cancer

BALA CYNWYD, PA, --  "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey" has a gold sponsor located in Lower Merion Township.  The event takes place on Sunday, October 28 at Cooper River Park - Jack Curtis Stadium, where a walk to raise awareness and funds will take place.  Medical Alert is owned by Connect America who makes medical ...

Verizon, Yahoo! Agree to Pay $50 Million for Data Breach

Sunnyvale, CA - In an agreement that must be approved by U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose, CA., Yahoo Inc. agreed yesterday to pay $50 million in compensation to some 200 million Yahoo users located in the United States and Israel.  This agreement will help Yahoo and its parent settle what has now been described as the largest data breach in history.  

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