September's Biggest Stories in Bryn Mawr and Gladwyne

See what had your neighbors reading and talking the most this past month.

Can you guess what stories were most popular with Narberth-Bala Cynwyd Patch readers in the month of September?

Here are the top 10, ending with September's most popular story. Click the links to read the ones you've missed:

10. : Brian Storey departs the Gladwyne coffee shop.

9. Lower Merion Obituaries from Early September: Three Gladwyne seniors are included.

8. Bryn Mawr-Gladwyne Patch Editor Says Farewell: Journalist Danielle Vickery leaves her Patch post after almost two years.

7. Ludington Library Opens to Crowds: The ceremony coincided with Bryn Mawr Day.

6. Coroner: 3-Year-Old's Drowning Death Ruled Accidental: An article from May 2011. 

5. : The $3 million artwork had been taken from a Bryn Mawr home.

4. Lower Merion Daytime Burglaries Prompt Warning from Police: The flurry of crimes was happening township wide, according to authorities.

3. : A packed Ford Taurus was pulled over on a Saturday night in Rosemont.

2. : Drowning is one of the most common accidental deaths for children, statistics show.

1. Code Violations Close 2 Restaurants in Bryn Mawr: Beijing Inn and Ha Long Bay are out of business.


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