Spotlight on One of Radnor’s Finest Volunteer Boards – CARFAC

Article from “Wayne Living” Magazine, February 2017 by Elaine P. Schaefer. One of the most remarkable qualities of Radnor Township that sets it apart from many other communities is the incredible number of smart, engaged and generous residents who volunteer for our numerous and varied boards and commissions. These extraordinary, ordinary citizens give their time, effort and expertise to […]

RCPO Celebrates Town Watch 40th Anniversary

The Radnor Community Police Organization celebrated the Town Watch 40th Anniversary as members of the Citizen’s Police Academy and Town Watch marched in the Memorial Day Parade on May 29, 2017. In May 2015, Mark Blair became one of 21 graduates of Radnor Township’s first-ever Citizen’s Police Academy and continues to volunteer in support of […]

Economic & Market Outlook

Economic growth was a disappointing 0.7% annualized rate for the first quarter, according to first estimates, which are often revised. Growth tends to pick up in later quarters, but there are reasons to wonder if this will be the case. Hopes for improvements to or replacement of the Affordable Care Act and meaningful, effective tax […]

Economic and Market Outlook from Mark Blair

The Tide May Be Turning – A Decline in Equity Prices May Be Ahead The financial markets appear to have reached an inflection point and may head noticeably lower in the coming weeks or months. The markets have mostly advanced since the election. The prospect of profound changes to U.S. tax, trade, regulatory and trade […]

Dollars and Sense: Teaching Financial Literacy

I recently had the privilege to work with a writer, Jes Lyons, from Main Line Parent Magazine to contribute to her article focused on financial literacy for children. We don’t want our children worrying about money — we want them enjoying their childhoods. But financial literacy should be part of their education. Even if you’re […]