Week in Review: Oct. 7-13
Did you miss any of this week's news?
There isn't always time to sit down and read the news. So in case you missed any of the week's stories, here's a look at what happened in the Ardmore, Merion and Wynnewood area in the past seven days.
This week, we brought you news of Citron and Rose's future plans, a bank robbery in Bryn Mawr caught on tape, a new iPad program at local Jewish schools, and word that burglars seem to be targeting Penn Wynne and Wynnewood.
What follows is a list of some of Ardmore Patch's top news stories of the past week, Oct. 7 to 13. For a complete list, click here.
Michael Solomonov's new restaurant venture in Merion will focus on glatt kosher cuisine.
Many of his alleged purchases were for Newport cigarettes.
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A man was caught on tape allegedly robbing a Wells Fargo branch in Bryn Mawr Friday afternoon.
The following Ardmore, Wynnewood and Haverford businesses are hiring.
'Main Line Today' named 21 women to the list in its latest issue.
A roundup of police calls in the Ardmore Patch area the first week of October.
The following obituaries are from Bala Cynwyd, Narberth, Ardmore, Gladwyne, Rosemont, and Bryn Mawr.
Several area train stations saw a trial run of interactive Peapod advertisements earlier this year.
Each student at nine Jewish schools, including schools in Merion, Wynnewood and Bryn Mawr, got their own iPad this year.
Some festive pups went trick-or-treating at First Friday Main Line in Ardmore last week.
Three burglaries and an attempted burglary occurred in the area last week, police said.
Board members and residents wanted to know how recent declines among some students can be turned around.
Another attempted burglary occurred on the same street last week, police said.
Find out where and when local pubs host Quizzo, and what you can get for winning.
Can you identify where in the Ardmore-Merion-Wynnewood Patch area this photo was taken?
A roundup of police calls for the week of Sept. 24 in Ardmore, Merion, Wynnewood, Penn Wynne and Haverford.
Philadelphia Magazine pegged both district high schools in the area's top 5.