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The Bala Cynwyd resident's work is on display in the Phillies' stadium, Lower Merion High School and other local spots.
Five things residents of Bala Cynwyd, Belmont Hills, Penn Valley and Narberth should know the week of April 22-28.
Take a look at 10 of the most popular articles in Narberth-Bala Cynwyd Patch, April 14-20.
Montgomery County urges residents to prepare for the upcoming warm temperatures and avoid mosquitoes.
The hardware store has prided itself on superior customer service for a century, owner Jed Riddell said.
Narberth is a drop-off location again this year for Neighborhood Foods' local produce service.
Police & Fire
Jorge Cruz is charged with three Lower Merion Township burglaries, one Radnor Township burglary and related charges, according to police and court documents.
The Neighborhood Files
Green Narberth is sponsoring a free pickup service Tuesday and Wednesday for Whole Foods' upcoming 'anything with a plug' E-cycle event.
The thefts occurred over the span of several months, according to Lower Merion police.
Montgomery County Health Department inspected 10 Bala Cynwyd and Narberth restaurants and schools in the first half of April.
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