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Week In Review: Jan. 15-21

Did you miss any of this week's news?

There isn't always time to sit down and read the news. So in case you missed any of the week's stories, here's a look at what happened in the greater Media area over the course of the week.

We had our first real snow fall this weekend. Remember to upload your snow photos to Media Patch all winter. You voted for best wings in Media Patch and the Plumstead Inn won. Two men were arrested and charged after they tried to rob a woman in a Granite Run Mall parking lot. We gave you the Top 8 most expensive homes sold in 2011. And we told you about a local photographer who is trying to raise money so musicians can get health insurance.

Below is a full list of this week's stories.

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Saturday, Jan. 21

Media Borough opened its first electric vehicle charging station this week.

Add your own snow photos to Media Patch.

Check out what three bedroom homes are for sale in the greater Philadelphia area.

Classes will be held on all four Saturdays in February from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Boscov's Campus of Learning at Granite Run Mall.

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Friday, Jan. 20

Nativity BVM school officials have said they will not comment on the Blue Ribbon Commission's recommendations at this time.

The National Weather Service predicts a possible 1 to 2 inches of snow and sleet accumulation for Saturday.

Results from Media Patch's 2012 Best of polls.

The Third Street Project Citizen's Advisory Committee will give its recommendations to Media Borough Council by April 1.

Media Borough Council made re-appointments to the Media Business Authority at its Thursday meeting.

This beagle, pitbull terrier mix, named Sarah, is available for adoption at the Delco SPCA.

More than 900 lbs of prescription drugs were collected so they could be safely discarded

An earlier National Weather Service prediction called for trace amounts.

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Thursday, Jan. 19

The following information has been supplied by the Pennsylvania State Police-Media Barracks. If arrests or charges are mentioned, they do not indicate guilt or a conviction.

Middletown Township Council will hold a public hearing at its Jan. 23 meeting regarding the former Franklin Mint property.

Ridley held the Lions’ offense to just 22 points in a defensive battle between the league foes.

The deli is expected to open in early February, the owner said.

What Media area restaurant made this food?

Media Mayor Featured On CBS News

Media Mayor Bob McMahon was featured on CBS Eyewitness News and talked about his experience and documentary about the Tuskeegee Airmen during World War II.

With temperatures dropping, the Delaware County Council advises people to help the elderly and homeless to stay warm.

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Wednesday, Jan. 18

The following information has been supplied by the Pennsylvania State Police-Media Barracks. If arrests or charges are mentioned, they do not indicate guilt or a conviction.

See which houses in Media Patch sold for more than $600,000 in 2011.

Patch has some ideas for you and your family for the weekend.

Find three local attractions you can visit on one tank of gas.

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Tuesday, Jan. 17

A local photographer created a "naked calendar" in the hopes of raising money for musicians without health insurance.

St. John Chrysostom appeals the Blue Ribbon Commission's recommendation to close the school and merge with Nativity BVM at its Media facility, according to The Delaware County Daily Times.

The winter chill is finally upon us so it's time we make sure we're all bundled up and ready for this winter.

Parishes in the Philadelphia area will also be re-evaluated for restructuring and merging in the next couple of years.

The Glenloch Homes Association is taking legal action to prevent the construction of the Rails-to-Trails project, according to the Delaware County Daily Times.

Wikipedia and other websites will go offline or protest on Wednesday against SOPA and PIPA.

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Monday, Jan. 16

Where are the best wings in Media Patch?

Banks, government offices, libraries and more.

Listen to Martin Luther King Jr.'s speech and take the poll.

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Sunday, Jan. 15

Find out which spots won our reader polls.

"Mersey: The British Rock Invasion Show," produced by the father of local seventh-grade Paxon Hollow student will run at Media Theatre from Jan. 20-21.

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