The following made news during the week of May 20, 2013. Click on the links to be directed to each story.
The Wayne Diner has been reborn almost 400 miles away from its home of a half century. Tucker Curtin and his wife, Erin, have been operating the edifice as the Lake Effect Diner in Buffalo, New York, since 2002.
See photos and a video all about the building that once sat in Wayne.
School Board Candidates Say 'Thank You'
Pennsylvania's Primary was May 21.
Meet Radnor Parade's Grand Marshal
Watch two television interviews with Cpl. Thomas Turner, Radnor Memorial Day Parade's Grand Marshal.
Expanding Her Sweet But Small Empire
"Bonnie's Best" treats can now be found in Wayne.
Agnes Irwin Builds Student Life and Athletic Centers
Radnor Honors People Who Helped Save Officer
Officer Anthony Radico was given CPR after suffering cardiac arrest.
Radnor Election Results
The Delaware County government website provides unofficial results.
Neighbors Help Thwart Home Break-in in Villanova
A man and woman were arrested by police after an apparent burglary.
Radnor Township Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony
The parade and ceremony is an annual tradition that honors veterans who died while serving in the Armed Forces.
Paramour Shares Its Derby Winnings
The Wayne Senior Center benefitted from a recent Kentucky Derby party.
Radnor Parade's Grand Marshal Part of African-American Marine Corps
Cpl. Thomas Strickland Turner of Devon is one of only a few hundred Montford Point Marines remaining.
Radnor Boys Win at Stotesbury Cup Regatta
The Stotesbury Cup Regatta is the largest high school regatta with crews coming from all parts of the United States and Canada.
The Main Line school is taking part in a technology study and introducing a new class.
Radnor Woman Dies at 71
These obituaries come from the Greater Philadelphia Area.
Wayne's Original Diner
See if you can name the diner building's other incarnations before being moved in 2001.