Is PA’s Voting System Secure?

Act 88, passed this summer, will change the way mail-in ballots are counted in Nov. We asked Chester, Delaware and Montgomery County officials to explain the process. by Davis Giangiulio, Managing Editor In November, Pennsylvania will elect a governor, senator and host of local officials. Suburban voters in Chester County, Delaware County and Montgomery CountyContinue reading “Is PA’s Voting System Secure?”

Lisi Lerch Just Opened Her First Store … And It’s Fab.

The inside scoop on the Main Line fashion icon’s new clothing brand and her first brick-and-mortar store, Lisi Lerch Bungalow in Villanova. by Diane Oliva, Style Editor Statement earrings, bright pops of color and classic style? We’re talking about Lisi Lerch, of course. The jewelry and accessories maven is practically synonymous with preppy chic. KathyContinue reading “Lisi Lerch Just Opened Her First Store … And It’s Fab.”

911: Will Local Ambulance Squads Flatline?

Facing financial emergencies, EMS squads from Narberth to Kennett Square, Radnor to Conshohocken and Berwyn ask for state and local support.   by Davis Giangiulio, Managing Editor Call 911 and EMS squads arrive within minutes to perform lifesaving measures. Now, it’s the EMS squads that need saving. In Montgomery, Chester and Delaware counties, leaders ofContinue reading “911: Will Local Ambulance Squads Flatline?”

Valley Forge National Park Hosts Naturalization Ceremony

21 new Americans took the US Oath Of Allegiance at Valley Forge Westtown School Tennis Coach Fazal Syed Shared His Immigration Story by Melissa Jacobs Valley Forge has special meaning to many Americans – especially the 21 people who became U.S. citizens on July 5 at Valley Forge National Historic Park. Standing outside Washington’s Headquarters,Continue reading “Valley Forge National Park Hosts Naturalization Ceremony”

Laura Manion Is Ready To Lead

As the new – and youngest – president and CEO of Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry, Manion faces dozens of challenges. But that’s just the way she likes it. by Melissa Jacobs Inflation is high, the labor pool is low, the supply chain is tangled, COVID remains a threat and other problems –Continue reading “Laura Manion Is Ready To Lead”

Historic Wayne Church Installs New $1 Million Organ

After a 20 year quest to replace its organ, St. Katharine of Siena Church debuts its rare Fratelli Ruffatti custom organ, one of only three in Pa. St. Katharine of Siena in Wayne is excited to announce the installation of its new custom pipe organ. The stunning instrument was handmade by Fratelli Ruffatti, a world-renownedContinue reading “Historic Wayne Church Installs New $1 Million Organ”

Part Two: The Wild Saga of Wildflower Farm

Feeling demonized by social media and ignored by Willistown Twp., Wildflower’s neighbors share their side of the story. by Davis Giangiulio, Contributing Editor Lonnie Gray wants to make one thing clear: “We are not trying to shut down the Heenans. We just don’t want an event venue in our neighborhood.” That “event venue” is WildflowerContinue reading “Part Two: The Wild Saga of Wildflower Farm”

The Wild Saga of Wildflower Farm

Why did this Malvern flower farm cause so much controversy? by Davis Giangiulio, contributing editor Back in 2015, soon-to-be-married couple Ryan and Lori Heenan thought they were living the American dream – or the Main Line version of it. Together, they bought a property on Castlebar Lane in Malvern. Less than one mile from theContinue reading “The Wild Saga of Wildflower Farm”