Eskin out as afternoon anchor at WIP

By TIMOTHY LOGUE Whether by choice or by shove, it appears legendary WIP sports talker Howard Eskin will soon be gone from the all-important 3-7 p.m. time slot. Eskin, 57, revered by his fans as “King,” will reportedly continue working with the station as a sideline reporter and consultant. Multiple sources confirmed that Anthony Gargano,…
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Two confess to King of Prussia counterfeit money scam

By Carl Hessler Jr. NORRISTOWN – Cousins, one from Delaware County and another from Philadelphia, have admitted to taking part in a scheme to purchase clothes from a King of Prussia retailer by using counterfeit money. Fateen Stokes, 27, of Winnewood Road, Philadelphia, was sentenced in Montgomery County Court on Monday to seven-to-23 months in…
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Community Evening to support Logan

Club Maison in Wayne is hosting an upcoming Mid-Atlantic Traumatic Brain Injury Fund NTAF fundraiser for 12-year-old Logan Schweiter. The benefit Monday September 12th from 4 p.m.-7 p.m will feature a silent auction, spin-a-thon and a possible run/walk. Proceeds will benefit the NTAF Mid-Atlantic Traumatic Brain Injury Fund in to assist with Logan’s uninsured injury-related…
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Change of plea for Berwyn ponzi scheme suspect

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A suburban Philadelphia man described as a serial con man is set for a change of plea hearing Monday in a $17 million real-estate Ponzi scheme. He is expected to plead guilty. Federal authorities say 55-year-old Robert Stinson Jr. boasted 16 percent returns at his company, Life’s Good Inc., in downtown Philadelphia….
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Radnor Township to launch awards program

By Alan Thomasathomas@mainlinemedianews.com An awards program getting underway in Radnor Township is going to “give recognition to people doing great things,” Radnor director of parks and recreation Tammy Cohen said last week. Rising Above, which is to be the name of the program, was approved by the board of commissioners at its July 18 meeting…
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Upper Merion police report August 11th

MALL AND VICINITY Disturbance King of Prussia Plaza, 160 N. Gulph Road, July 30 at 7:45 p.m.: Three juveniles were arrested after a fight near Citizens Bank. Credit-Card Fraud Neiman Marcus, 170 N. Gulph Road, June 29, 7:28-7:56 p.m.: A man bought a large amount of merchandise using a fraudulent credit card. Theft Victoria’s Secret,…
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Nighttime Route 202 road closures begin Sunday

Nightime lane closures next week August 14 – Aug 20 between Route 202 and Chesterbrook interchange Rt 202 will be reduced from two lanes to one lane in each direction on Sunday through Thursday from 8 PM until 5 AM In the event that inclement weather postpones construction one night, the contractor will work Saturday,…
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Video: Domino’s robber hit with yogurt-shop charges

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Radnor Township rolls out new Web design

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Police arrest Wayne woman in million theft from her estranged husband

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Radnor Design and Review Board signs off on long agenda

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Radnor fire chief commends responders

By Alan Thomasathomas@mainlinemedianews.com Radnor Fire Company chief Jim Kelly spoke with some professional pride of the conduct of emergency-responders on the scene of July 25th’s rescue of Logan Sweiter, 12, from a flood-water-swollen culvert in Wayne during a torrential rainstorm. Kelly said his report on the evening’s events is being sent to Radnor Township officials….
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Radnor Design and Review Board signs off on long agenda.

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DuPont herbicide linked to tree damage

By Sara Mosqueda-Fernandezeditor@mainlinemedianews.com UPPER UWCHLAN – About 300 trees in the Marsh Harbour neighborhood are damaged or dying, and the suspected culprit is the herbicide Imprelis. “It’s a shame that it happened anywhere but especially upsetting here,” said Vince McVeigh, president of the Marsh Harbour Homeowners Association. “We have beautiful, full trees, and it certainly…
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Main Line Volunteer of the Week Rose Haines

: Rose Haines Volunteer at: Wayne Senior Center  Home: Wayne “I never thought I was really good with people,” Rose Haines says of the time before she volunteered at the Wayne Senior Center, but you wouldn’t guess meeting this friendly, outgoing woman now. Haines’s “people skills are unbelievable,” says WSC’s executive director, Susan Shapiro. “She…
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Video: Classmates raise money for the ‘Loganator’

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Two assaulted outside Bridgeport Wawa

By KEITH PHUCAS  Two Bridgeport men were reportedly assaulted outside of a borough convenience store last week shortly after a confrontation with an armed man and others at a traffic light. The assault reportedly took place outside the Wawa on Fourth Street Wednesday, July 27, at 11:44 p.m., where the two men, ages 26 and…
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Meehan and Casey call stock plunge a wake-up call

By Danielle Lyncheditor@mainlinemedianews.com Legislators expressed disappointment over Standard Poor’s recent downgrade of the United States’ credit rating from a sterling AAA to AA+, saying it should serve as a wake-up call. “As a result of many years of runaway spending and trillion-dollar deficits, the United States lost its AAA credit rating – a credit rating…
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Upper Main Line police Aug 10th

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Radnor School Board hires two principals during special meeting

By Alan Thomasathomas@mainlinemedianews.com Radnor Township school directors approved a consent agenda during a special board meeting Tuesday evening that welcomed two new elementary-school principals. Tronya Boylan was introduced as the new principal at Ithan Elementary School and Anthony Rybarczyk will be the principal at Wayne Elementary. Boylan comes to Radnor from the Wallingford-Swarthmore School District….
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Upper Merion schools reach deal with food staff

By Val Skripekeditor@mainlinemedianews.com UPPER MERION – Upper Merion School District and food-service staff have entered into a new one-year collective-bargaining agreement, Superintendent Melissa Jamula said last week. The agreement includes no salary increase for food-service employees in the 2011-12 academic year, Jamula said at the school-board meeting Aug. 1. Board members voted to approve a…
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