Author: Briana Paschall

Plans moving forward for Bala Cynwyd Shopping Center

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Plans moving forward for six-story apartment building in parking lot of Bala Cynwyd Shopping Center87 apartment units would be constructed on parking lot along St. Asaph’s Road   By Richard Ilgenfritz rilgenfritz@21st-centurymedia.com @rpilgenfritz on Twitter The plans are continuing to move forward to construct a six-story apartment building...

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Heroes in Wynnewood

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When two bystanders saw the crash and the car burning, they rushed to the rescue of a mother and her one-year-old baby.  By Justin Heinze (Patch Staff) - November 16, 2016 3:39 pm ET WYNNEWOOD, PA -- Two bystanders became heroes on Wednesday morning when a car...

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SEPTA strike is over

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    "The region's commuters and employers let out a collective sigh of relief when they woke up this morning to hear that SEPTA and the Transport Workers Union reached a tentative agreement." Philadelphia Business Journal  Here's the latest from Newsworks.org-  A nearly weeklong strike by SEPTA workers that...

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Entercom buys four radio stations; refinances $520M in debt

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Jeff BlumenthalReporter, Philadelphia Business Journal Oct 18, 2016 Entercom Communications Corp. has agreed to acquire four radio stations in North Carolina from Beasley Broadcast Group, which is selling the stations to comply with FCC ownership limitations related to its previously announced purchase of Greater Media. Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania-based...

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$40 Million from Multimodal Transportation Fund for 37 PennDOT Projects

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 14, 2016 View Online   Governor Wolf Announces $40 Million from the Multimodal Transportation Fund for 37 PennDOT Projects   Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary Leslie S. Richards announced today that 37 highway, bridge, bike and pedestrian projects will receive $40 million in Multimodal...

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