Linda Stein, Delco Times

Linda Stein

Delco Times

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Linda:

Radnor BOC reverses stand on televising financial advisory group's meetings

RADNOR-In a reversal of an earlier policy the Radnor Board of Commissioners voted 5-2 at its Jan. 27 meeting not to televise or videotape the work sessions of Citizens' Audit → Read More

Radnor approves new contract with police union

RADNOR — In a 6-1 vote on Jan. 27, the Radnor Board of Commissioners approved a contract extension with the Radnor Fraternal Order of Police through December 2024. → Read More

Radnor Township manager suspended for 30 days in tree-cutting flap

RADNOR — It was a hill too far for Radnor Township Manager Robert Zienkowski. Zienkowski was suspended Tuesday by the Board of Commissioners for 30 days, according to sources close → Read More

Haverford lights up green for cancer

HAVERFORD — If you’re driving around Havertown and wonder what’s up with all those green lights? The lights are to show support to some Haverford High School students and others → Read More

Radnor looks at changing ordinance to block aggressive towing

RADNOR — Anyone who’s ever had their car towed knows what a hassle it is. → Read More

Council gives nod to senior citizen housing, new parking App

NORRISTOWN — After Norristown Council voted Tuesday to approve the final land development plan for Phase II of Montgomery Park, a senior housing development on Powell Street on the old → Read More

Iconic Yangming restaurant to close

RADNOR — Yangming, the well-known and award winning Chinese restaurant at the corner of County Line and Conestoga roads in Bryn Mawr, is closing its doors as of Feb. 3. → Read More

Celebration marks Haverford chief's 50th anniversary in law enforcement

HAVERFORD — Haverford Police Chief John Viola’s most memorable case came early in his career when he was a young patrol officer and on the township police force for only → Read More

Young baker appears in 'Kids Baking Championship'

HAVERFORD — What could be sweeter for a young pastry aficionado than a spot on Food Network’s “Kids Baking Championship?” → Read More

Perry elected president of Norristown Council; Smith vice president

NORRISTOWN—At its reorganization meeting on Monday, the Norristown Council unanimously elected Councilman Derrick Perry as president and Councilwoman Rebecca Smith as vice president. → Read More

Author pens harrowing tale about how glancing at a text message changed her daughter's life

CHESTER SPRINGS — Every parent with a teenage driver should give them a copy of “One Simple Text…The Liz Marks Story.” → Read More

Author pens harrowing tale about how glancing at a text message changed her daughter's life

CHESTER SPRINGS — Every parent with a teenage driver should give them a copy of “One Simple Text…The Liz Marks Story.” → Read More

The Delco Group delivers holiday cheer to those in need

SPRINGFIELD — The new nonprofit The Delco Group is already a force for good in Delaware County. → Read More

Meetings set to update residents on possible new billboards in Haverford

HAVERFORD — Area communities are continuing to fight against the intrusion of billboards. Two upcoming community meetings - Jan. 9 and Jan. 14 - are on tap to let people → Read More

Pennsylvania Ballet helps 'The Nutcracker' come alive for students with special needs

LOWER MERION — The familiar strains of Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker” filled the theater Thursday at St. Katherine’s School as students danced in an adaptive version of “The Nutcracker,” which was → Read More

Council raises taxes by .30 mills for 2020

NORRISTOWN — The Norristown Municipal Council voted 6-1 Tuesday to approve a $34.4 million general budget that calls for raising the millage rate from 14.7 mills to 15 mills. → Read More

Woman tells of childhood escape from Nazi Germany

RADNOR — Renate “Ronnie” Breslow was just 8 years old when she boarded the MS St. Louis in Hamburg, Germany, with her mother, Elly Reutlinger, on May 13, 1939. → Read More

Radnor OKs 2020 budget with 6 percent tax increase

RADNOR — Despite a last-minute push by two commissioners who suggested using some of the township’s $9.6 million reserve fund, the township commissioners approved a 6 percent tax hike. → Read More

'Delco Jeopardy' tests your Delco smarts

LANSDOWNE — Blame Chris “Hollywood” Holbrook for Delco Jeopardy, the new segment on “Delco Live,” a funny internet show that is all about Delaware County and a part of Rambo’s → Read More

Architect speaks to students at Lynnewood Elementary School

HAVERFORD — Ryan Orr told students at Lynnewood Elementary School that he knew he wanted to be an architect since he was 6 years old and building with Lego blocks. → Read More