Thursday, November 29, 2012
Read what Radnor Township agreed to do to boost holiday shopping.
Radnor Township will be allowing free parking in its parking lots and metered parking spaces every Saturday during the month of December. The decision came about during a meeting between police and township officials and Wayne Business Association representatives this week. Parking is always free on Sundays. The township is proposing a $5 increase in parking ticket fees, from $15 to $20. At Tuesday's meeting members of the business association expressed concern with the increase, which would be part of the 2013 budget and fee schedule.
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
The store offers shoes and clothing to teens, tweens and women.
"Feetures Head to Toe", a new store that sells shoes and clothing to teens, tweens and women, has opened in Wayne. It is at 118 East Lancaster Avenue, and occupies the space that used to house the Blue Horse Boutique. Owners Roger and Natasha Lazarus moved their store from Merion to Wayne. The business had been there for 30 years. "Wayne is growing by leaps and bounds," Roger said, adding that he thought it needed a shoe and girls' clothing store. They offer both casual and dressy wear at a number of price points. The brands they are carrying include: By Debra, Uggs, Frye, Butter, Hollyworld, Sara Sara and Live Free Vintage Havana.
Friday, April 27, 2012
See the result from this week's poll.
Valley Forge Flowers, the longtime plant and gift shop in Eagle Village Shops, won this week's Patch poll on the best place to buy plants. Come back Sunday to see shops around the region that were voted the best place to buy plants.
Monday, April 23, 2012
Tell us where you shop for plants.
Spring is officially in full swing and Radnor Patch wants to know where you go to buy plants in town for your gaden. Tell us what your favorite is: Lancaster County Farmer's Market, Acme, Genuardi's or Valley Forge Flowers? So vote for the shop that sells your favorite plants in the poll below and don't forget to click on the links above and rate each place on its Patch Place listing. You can even leave a review. Or is there another local spot that we missed? Then tell us in the comments section below. Polls will close at 9 a.m. on Friday. This week's winner—and future winners—will be determined by a new set of rules. We've implemented a point system in which the actual votes here will now account for 50 percent of the decision. How highly…
Friday, April 13, 2012
The results from this week's Patch poll.
Wayne Sporting Goods in Wayne was voted best place to buy sports gear in Radnor by voters this week.
Friday, December 2, 2011
Gabby's Jar sells gifts, novelties and memorabilia.
Gabby's Jar is a new store in Wayne that sells gifts, novelties and memorabilia. The shop is located at 15 West Avenue, and is run by a former teacher-student duo, Benna Lit and Jennifer Youngers. Lit once taught Youngers at Haverford High School. Now the two are business partners. Some of the locally produced items in the store include hand-blown glass plates by a Mount Airy artist, Pop Art from the Philadelphia-based John Stango, and home made treats from a candy maker in Berwyn.