Week in Review: Sept. 9-15
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 that Ritz Camera is going out of business; that trash fees for Lower Merion may rise in 2013; and that a decision on church conversions, for buildings like First Baptist Church of Ardmore, is still at least few months out.
What follows is a list of some of Ardmore Patch's top news stories of the past week, Sept. 9 to 15. For a complete list, click here.
The Ardmore store will be one of the stores to close.
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Recycling disposal has cost more this year, and recycled-paper resale has earned less, officials said.
Vendors will sell vintage dresses, upcycled furniture, creative art pieces, handmade soap, one-of-a-kind jewelry and more on Sunday.
Bryn Mawr, Villanova and Gladwyne also made Philly.com's list of the 10 wealthiest ZIP codes.
Neighbors of an endangered Ardmore sanctuary want to see it converted to apartments. Residents in Gladwyne mostly opposed a similar plan on Righters Mill Road at Wednesday's township public hearing.
Stash, on Rittenhouse Place in Ardmore, will move to Lancaster Avenue on Sept. 26.
The Pa. Supreme Court will hear from opponents of the state's new Voter ID law on Thursday.
The following death notices come from Bala Cynwyd, Bryn Mawr, Gladwyne, Ardmore, Wynnewood and Narberth.
St. Joseph's University will buy the Cardinal's Residence, located off of City Avenue near Merion Station, from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
"Forever Cheese" brand of Frescolina ricotta cheese is being recalled after 14 people—including one in Pennsylvania—were sickened by listeria-type illness
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Last week, Merion residents returned home to find their home ransacked and a large amount of jewelry stolen, according to police.
Lower Merion students must take three Keystone Exams, and for the class of 2017 and beyond, passing grades are required for graduation.
Also, some mysterious stickers bearing the words "chocolate truck" showed up this week, according to police.
The 64-year-old Lafayette Hill resident became ill Aug. 19.
Dolobran Estate, located at 231 Laurel Lane in Haverford, was designed by American architect Frank Furness and built in 1881.
Haverford Township Police Department reported several thefts from the college in recent weeks.
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