Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Zip codes along the Main Line scored high on the top 100.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Nate Adams
Tuesday, February 26
Villanova, Gladwyne and Merion Station top the Philadelphia Business Journal's list of the Greater Philadelphia Area's 100 wealthiest zip codes. The Journal's list comes courtesy of Esri, a geographic information provider. The site does not disclose its method for ranking the zip codes. Check out their full story here to see what zip codes made the list, and check below to see which Philly Patch towns made the list. Ranking Broomall 19066
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Take a look inside the historic estate in Villanova that inspired the play and film The Philadelphia Story.
The famed Ardrossan Estate, built between 1911 and 1913, not only inspired the film The Philadelphia Story, but it is a part of Main Line history, and Main Line Today got a chance to go inside. Col. Robert Leaming Montgomery and his wife, Charlotte Hope Binney (Tyler) Montgomery were the first occupants of the 50-room Georgian Revival home. Col. Montgomery founded Janney Montgomery Scott LLC. The home has an extensive art collection, including pieces by Thomas Sully, Gilbert Stuart, George Healy and Charles Willson Peale. The 350 acre estate is the largest undeveloped piece of land in Radnor Township. To read more from Main Line Today and to see the photo gallery, click here. Radnor Patch got a chance to photograph Ardrossan at two …
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Check out the most expensive houses sold in 2012 in Northwest Philadelphia and the western suburbs.
View images of 201 Highland Ave in Bryn Mawr from when it was on the market on Trulia.
Monday, July 2, 2012
Eight Conestoga girls lacrosse players have been named to the Main Line Media News All Main Line 2012 team.
The competition is tough but these young women are too. Eight Conestoga High School girls lacrosse players have been named to the All Main Line Girls Lacrosse team as published by Main Line Media News. Seniors Sarah Priem and Emily Pillion were named to the first team, along with Pioneer Junior Meghan McGillis. Juniors Catie Smith and Blake Hamblett were named to the second team. Senior attacker Kelly Morrison; Junior Midfielders Mackenzie Orr, and sophomore midfielder Maggie Friel received honorable mentions for the All-Main Line team. Kelly Morrison, senior attacker; Mackenzie Orr, junior midfielder; Maggie Friel, sophomore midfielder. See who else is being honored as an outstanding lacrosse player here on Main Line Media News.