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Ardmore Rotary helps A Cappella Teams Raise Thousands for Local Charities  TAPinto.net

Lower Merion High School Auditorium never sounded as sweet as it did today,” said Arthur Van Young of Rosemont. Van Young came to hear “the Sirens of ...



Mr. Harriton competition gets new gender-neutral name to displeasure of students  Main Line

LOWER MERION — Although it's just a little over a decade old, the Mr. Harriton event at Harriton High School has become an iconic symbol of the school ...



Update: Lower Merion officials agree to a second name change of Mr. Harrition event  Main Line

LOWER MERION — Although some students wanted no change, Lower Merion school officials have agreed to a compromise position over its controversial ...



Harriton High Student-Athletes Sign Letters of Intent  TAPinto.net

Harriton High School and the Lower Merion School District announced November 19, 2018, that a dozen Harriton High School student-athletes recently signed ...



Harriton High School Student Wins Prestigious Science Award  TAPinto.net

LOWER MERION, PA -- A Harriton High School senior student by the name of Samuel Weissman was recently named a top-300 scholar in the 78th Annual ...



Harriton High "Metal Heads" Win VEX Robotics JingleBots Competition in Malvern, PA  TAPinto.net

Robotics Club Sweeps Field With Perfect 10-0 Record, Qualifies For Eastern Pa. State Championships.



Harriton High School | Rams Girls Tennis are 2018 State Champs!  DigitalSports

Athletic Director:Tom Ferguson Phone:(610) 658-3976. Email:fergust@lmsd.org 600 N Ithan Ave Rosemont, PA 19010. Stay up to date on your teams! Sign up to ...



Lower Merion School Zoning Changes Moves Forward Making it Easier to Build Schools  TAPinto.net

Ardmore, PA - The Lower Merion Township Board of Commissioners voted and approved Wednesday night a motion to advertise a set of zoning ordinance ...



Lower Merion School District Announces 2019 National Merit Semifinalists and Commended Students  TAPinto.net

Thirty-one students from Harriton High School and Lower Merion High School have been named Semifinalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship® ...



BROWN: Fashion show benefits Crohn's and Colitis Foundation  Main Line

A “constellation” is a system of interconnected stars producing dazzling illumination. Such was the effect of the 11th annual Student Fashion & Design Show held ...



BEST PA SCHOOLS: 2018 best high schools in Pennsylvania, according to new rankings  WPXI Pittsburgh

The US News and World Report is out with its annual best high schools report.



Fund offers scholarships for Lower Merion students with financial need  Main Line

LOWER MERION >> It's April, and Lower Merion and Harriton high school seniors are tethered to their computers, awaiting the fateful email letting them know ...



May Primary: 12 running for 4 seats on the Lower Merion School Board  Main Line

Voters will have to choose between 12 people who will be on next month's ballot for four seats on the Lower Merion Board of School Directors.



UConn Says No To Wheelchair Basketball Team In Fall 2018  Hartford Courant

Despite early interest from UConn, the university has decided not to go forward with a wheelchair basketball program in the fall of 2018, much to the ...



Year in review: 2017 was dynamic year in Main Line high school sports  Main Line

The Main Line sports scene included many championship moments and historic milestones in 2017, particularly in girls lacrosse (Archbishop carroll and Radnor ...



Mindy Joy (Kahn) Remington | Obituaries  LancasterOnline

Mindy Joy (Kahn) Remington, 52, of Lancaster, passed away Thursday, February 2, 2017. Mindy was born in Philadelphia, PA and was the daughter of Beatrice ...



Four LMSD Students Honored With District's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Award  TAPinto.net

ARDMORE, PA -- Four students from the Lower Merion School District were honored with the District's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community *Service* Award at the ...



Outgoing chair of Pa. Board of Education accused of sexual relationships with teens  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A woman says as a teen she had a sexual relationship with Larry Wittig, now the outgoing chairman of the State Board of Education.



St. Edmond's Home for Children wraps up summer in style  CatholicPhilly.com

Yasi (left), a resident of St. Edmond's Home for Children in Rosemont, and volunteer counselor Kate Skorupski attend an Aug. 16 closing Mass for Camp ...



Lower Merion police briefs: Cars stolen from outside homes in Belmont Hills, Gladwyne  Main Line

STOLEN CAR >> Lower Merion police are investigating a report of a stolen car parked at a home on the 100 block of Rockland Avenue in Belmont Hills July 24.



LETTER: Later high school start time needed to avoid student sleep deprivation  Main Line

To the Editor: What is the most awful, unpleasant sound in the world? My alarm clock. Every Monday, as I drag myself from bed after the allotted three snoozes, ...



Lower Merion school officials respond to "I'm Shmacked" drug and alcohol video found online  Main Line

Lower Merion school officials sent a letter out Tuesday to the parents of all Lower Merion and Harriton high-school students telling families about disturbing ...



1963: The moment of integration for the Lower Merion School District remembered  Main Line

It was a momentous year for America —1963. Alabama Gov. George Wallace proclaimed that segregation would last forever. The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.



Harriton grad and her partner to pitch product on Shark Tank  Main Line

A Harriton High School graduate is about to face off against a group of hungry sharks, with checkbooks.



Nancy Campbell marks 30 years at helm of Wayne Art Center  Main Line

RADNOR >> Walk into the Wayne Art Center and you get the feeling that you've entered a large, airy space where adults and children alike feel at home.



With the need to cap Harriton enrollment civic association board asks Lower Merion School District to expand student choice zone  Main Line

The board of one of Ardmore's civic association is asking the Lower Merion School Board to make a change to how some students are assigned to high schools ...



Lower Merion School District officials approves changes to its policy on the assignment of students  Main Line

Lower Merion School District officials have approved modifications to its policy on how students are assigned to schools. At the same time, school officials are ...



Harriton has a lacrosse coach to be Proud of  Main Line

Joe Proud, who has spent 15 years coaching college lacrosse at many levels throughout the country, has been named the new boys' varsity lacrosse coach at ...



Kyle Helton aiming to take LM football through Next Level  Main Line

ARDMORE — Since 1992, the Lower Merion and Harriton High School football squads have posted only one winning season between them.



Seventh Annual Get Gutsy 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament proves as popular as ever  Main Line

The Seventh Annual "Get Gutsy" 3-on-3" Basketball Tournament fund-raiser April 30, which brought teams to Harriton High School from across the Main Line ...



Harriton crew has busy weekend | Sports  Main Line

The Harriton High School crew team had a busy weekend May 11-13, rowing in three different regattas.



Lower Merion: Dems take LM School Board, contested commissioners spots  Main Line

The four Democratic Party candidates easily won seats on the Lower Merion Board of School Directors during Tuesday night's elections.



Radnor police arrest 28-year-old teacher for alleged relationship with student  Main Line

RADNOR >> A 28-year-old teacher at a school for students dealing with emotional issues has been charged with having a months-long sexual relationship with ...



Boys' basketball: Harriton, Penn Valley Junior Sports Association form perfect tandem  Main Line

Harriton High School boys' basketball coach Jesse Rappaport is always thinking of innovative ways to cap off his annual four-day summer camp.



Radnor Police Reports: $5000 charged on credit cards stolen from Panera Bread  Main Line

FIVE GRAND CHANGED ON STOLEN CREDIT CARDS>> Radnor police took a report May 25 of a theft of two credit cards that were stolen from a purse while ...



Meet the candidates for Lower Merion BOC seats  Main Line

Registered Republicans and Democrats in Lower Merion will head to the polls next month for the May Primary Election and among the races there will be ...



Remembering Lower Merion's Ardmore Avenue Elementary | News  Main Line

The Ardmore Avenue School served as an elementary school for almost 80 years, but it also served as the Ardmore High School for 15 of those years.



Taking a page from history: Eight decades of Main Line Times stories  Main Line

It was the depths of the Great Depression when publisher Gordon Cilley and managing editor Harold Reice put out the first edition of the Main Line Daily Times ...



Mira Loma wins prestigious national science competition  Sacramento Bee

Fifteen students at Mira Loma High School in Arden Arcade are closing the school year with a most notable accomplishment: They bested national competitors ...



Radnor board candidates square off in forum | News  Main Line

RADNOR >> Although most of the election news this year is focused on the national congressional and senate races, voters in two Radnor wards will have the ...



Radnor police reports: Theft from car | Mainlinesuburbanlife  Main Line

THEFT FROM VEHICLE – Radnor police issued a crime alert for a theft from a vehicle that was reported on Jan. 11. The victim discovered someone had ...



Video: A-whirl with creativity | News  Main Line

Remember spin art, that standard attraction at school fairs and carnivals? You dropped paint onto spinning cardboard and the result was always a surprise.



Judge: Lower Merion must pay attorney in laptop case  Main Line

On Monday Lower Merion School District was ordered by Senior U.S. District Judge Jan E. DuBois to pay attorney Mark Haltzman his fees and costs in a civil ...



At Hill Top Prep, independent living boarding program helps students prepare for college  Main Line

ROSEMONT >> To help students gain the life skills necessary to live more independently and with other classmates in a dormitory setting, Hill Top Preparatory ...



Building legacies: Notable architecture of the Main Line  Main Line

The Main Line is home to amazing architecture whose history dates back hundreds of years. “The first wave of Lower Merion Township building in the 1870s and ...



As I See It: Honoring work of Martie Gillin, SpeakUP! founder  Main Line

One Hundred Years from now. it will not matter. what kind of car I drove,. or in what kind of house I lived,. how much money was in my bank account. nor what my ...



Update: Driver that struck Radnor train bridge facing charges  Main Line

A woman who drove her truck into a railroad bridge in Wayne Thursday morning and kept on driving is facing a slew of charges, police said Thursday evening.



The Peppermints author talks about her life and how the children's book series came to be  Main Line

Lower Merion >> Nikki Maloney writes in a sunny corner of her kitchen or a coffee shop in nearby Bryn Mawr.



John James Audubon Center in midst of adding modern museum experience  Main Line

Renovations and construction at the John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove site have led to curiosity and discovery for Lower Providence residents.



Neumann-Goretti still No. 1 in PennLive's Class AAA boys' basketball rankings; Octorara checks in at No. 9  PennLive.com

Dave Mullaney and his Pottsville Crimson Tide, which captured the District 11-AAA title last week, enter the state playoffs as the lone Class AAA unbeaten.



Lower Merion plans remembrance of 1963 closing of Ardmore Avenue School, district's moment of integration  Main Line

As retired professor Samuel Y. Edgerton remembers it, the summer of 1963 “was a very busy summer” for civil rights. A teacher then at Friends Central School, ...



Dr. Michael Ast, Emily Petkun  SILive.com

Dr. and Mrs. Michael Ast Great Neck, L.I., residents Emily Petkun and Dr. Michael Ast exchanged nuptial vows Nov. 20 in The Ballroom at the Ben, Philadelphia, ...



Get out and enjoy the Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square  Main Line

The Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square is more than a dazzling spectacle of 15000 colored LED lights. It's also an excuse to grab some ...



Celebrity chef Robert Irvine hosting Beats 'n Eats Food + Music Event at Fillmore  Main Line

The star of Food Network's “Restaurant: Impossible” wanted a fun and memorable food event unlike any of the others that he had ever attended.



Diana Elkind, Chad Maron — Weddings  New York Times

Diana Elkind and Chad Paul Maron were married Saturday by Robert S. Smith, an associate judge on the New York State Court of Appeals, at the Battery ...



Video: Stretch gets last-second basket to stretch out Narberth Boys' Basketball Senior American League finals  Main Line

Harry Biemer's layup with 1.5 seconds to go gave Stretch Funeral Home a 60-58 win Tuesday against Friends of John Henning in the second game of the ...



Bryn Mawr violinist chosen for inaugural NYO-USA  Main Line

For the last 11 years, Bryn Mawr's Jason Herrmann, 16, has been mastering the violin.



Vincent Gallagher talks about his life and new book: 'A Time to Remember'  Main Line

Chesterbrook >> They say everyone has a book in them. Vincent Gallagher, 85, began writing his to explain to his three grandchildren about his military *service*.



Lower Merion hoopster Corey Sherman commits to Carnegie Mellon  Main Line

Lower Merion High School senior Corey Sherman has dreamed of playing collegiate basketball since the tender age of 8. On Oct. 24, that dream became a ...



PHOTOS: 2014 Best of Main Line Media News Readers' Choice Awards  Main Line

There's nothing sweeter than being voted “the best.” This year, dozens of local business owners enjoyed kudos for their hard work at the 2014 Best of Main Line ...



12 Agnes Irwin students are National Merit finalists | Mainlinetimes  Main Line

ROSEMONT – Joining a distinguished group of 15000 high-school seniors competing nationwide in the 57th annual National Merit Scholarship Program, 12 ...



Ada Mutch Main Line icon has died | News  Main Line

It is with great sadness that ElderNet announces the death of our beloved Board member Emeritus, J. M. Ada Mutch. Ada, two weeks shy of her 107th birthday, ...



State commission grants English Village historic status | News  Main Line

It's official. Lower Merion's list of designated historic districts has grown to seven.



Radnor Planning Commission tables plan for office building on 400 block of Lancaster Avenue  Main Line

Radnor >> The Planning Commission Monday tabled a plan for an office renovation and new construction on the 400 block of Lancaster Avenue, after several ...



Not Your Average Joe's opens Feb. 23 in Ardmore  Main Line

ARDMORE >> On Feb. 23, the team behind Not Your Average Joe's hopes area diners will discover that it is not your average suburban restaurant.



141 Students from Across the Country Named 2015 US Presidential Scholars | The scoop  Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

The 51st class of U.S. Presidential Scholars, recognizing 141 high school seniors for their accomplishments in academics or the arts.



Scenes of the season: Balanchine's Nutcracker creates magic for kids and moms  Main Line

It's been nearly 125 years since the Nutcracker Ballet had its inaugural stage performance in Moscow in 1892. Though widely acclaimed throughout Europe, ...



Haverford police have 'paws' on the force | News  Main Line

HAVERFORD TWP. —The Haverford Township Police Department recently welcomed the newest and first four-legged member ever to serve on its ...



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