Monday, December 31, 2012
A year in pictures.
A lot can happen in a year. Take a look at the gallery above to see just a glimpse of events, changes and remembrances in Ardmore, Merion Station and Wynnewood during 2012. What other images of 2012 deserve to be shared? Tell us in the comment section below.
Sunday, December 30, 2012
Which of these business closings surprised you the most? What would you like to see replace them?
The year 2012 saw plenty of churn in the local business landscape. Here are some of the businesses that closed this year in Ardmore, Merion Station and Wynnewood: Which business closings are we leaving out? Tell us in the comments section below. Also see what businesses opened in 2012 around town.
Check out the Delaware Valley's best parties of 2012.
Saturday, December 29, 2012
Check out the biggest stories of 2012 from Northwest Philadelphia and the western Philadelphia suburbs.
Friday, December 28, 2012
Did you miss any of 2012's most read news in Ardmore, Merion and Wynnewood?
The 12 Ardmore-Merion-Wynnewood Patch articles below attracted more visitors than any of the thousands of others that appeared on the site in 2012. Which of the top 12 did you find most interesting? Any surprises on (or surprise omissions from) this list? Tell us in the comments section below. 1. New Suburban Square Restaurant Opening Early Fall 2. Photos: Inside The Saint James, Suburban Square's New Restaurant 3. UPDATED: 10-Year-Old Allegedly Stabs Father in Ardmore 4. Citron and Rose To Open In Merion This Fall 5. Beer Shoppe Opens In Ardmore 6. With New Wynnewood Whole Foods Coming, Other Buildings to be Demolished 7. Amile Jefferson Headed to Kentucky…for All-Star Tournament 8. LA Fitness Eyes Wynnewood Shopping Center For Upscale, '…
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Moody's backtracks and reissues 'negative' outlook on county's bond rating; incoming board may be legally unable to revisit 2012 budget.
The heads of Montgomery County's various departments queued up Tuesday before the county's Board of Commissioners to plead their respective budget cases as the county works to close a $44 million budget shortfall. The discussions took place as the county learned that Moody's Investor Service erred last week in calling the outlook on the county's Aaa bond rating "stable." Moody's retains a "negative" outlook for the county's ability to maintain its top-shelf creditworthiness. The pressure on the current board was ratcheted up further by county solicitor James Maza, who said state law may prevent the incoming Board of Commissioners from revisiting the budget in January, even if it wants to. Maza presented the commissioners with a written …