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Rachel Kelly crowned Phoenixville’s 2014 Dogwood Queen

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Phoenixville closer to hiring collection agency for delinquent fees

PHOENIXVILLE — A month after Borough Manager Jean Krack introduced his intention to bring in an outside collection agency to cut down on nearly $1 million in delinquent water, sewer and trash fees owed to the borough, council approved a request...

By Frank Otto fotto@21st-CenturyMedia.com |

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  • General news

    Residents meet Darren Daulton, eat record cheesesteak at bank opening

    PHOENIXVILLE — What do former Phillies great Darren “Dutch” Daulton, Alex’s Lemonade Stand and an 80 foot long cheesesteak all have in common? They were all on hand for the grand opening of Royal Bank America’s new downtown location in Phoenixville last Saturday.

    By Matthew D’Ippolito Editor@PhoenixvilleNews.com |

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    Rachel Kelly crowned Phoenixville’s 2014 Dogwood Queen

    It was an emotional night for Rachel Kelly at Phoenixville’s 2014 Dogwood Pageant last Saturday, April 12.

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    Local sports notices

    The Phoenixville Babe Ruth League has announced tryouts for the Junior American Legion (ages 14-15) baseball team that it sponsors. Tryouts will be held at deSanno Field, located at Wheatland and Mason streets.

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    Phoenixville YMCA coaches Ryan Kennedy, Tracy Arnold-Merke and Dana Glodek took six girls and five boys to compete at the YMCA Short Course National Swimming Championships in Greensboro, N.C., from April 1-4.

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    Driver of car that crashed while fleeing East Pikeland police arraigned

    EAST PIKELAND — Four men told police varying stories after they allegedly stole items from at least one vehicle in the township earlier this year and crashed their car when fleeing from an officer.

    By Frank Otto fotto@21st-CenturyMedia.com |

  • Opinion

    You pay taxes — why doesn’t General Electric?

    You pay your fair share of taxes. Small businesses do too. It’s the price we pay to educate our kids, protect our communities and have some security in retirement. Why shouldn’t some of America’s largest corporations pay their fair share too?

    By Frank Clemente Courtesy of the American Forum |

  • Columns

    Think About It: The Power of Encouragement

    “Our chief want is someone who will inspire us to be what we know we could be.”

    By Don Meyer, Ph.D. Columnist |

  • Features/People

    Phillies pitcher helps Phoenixville Devon Prep freshman ace religion project

    When Devon Prep freshman and baseball enthusiast Joe Orsatti of Phoenixville was asked if he’d like to spend a long weekend in Clearwater, Fla. to see the Phillies in Spring Training, he couldn’t refuse. His only hesitation was the classwork and projects he’d have to make up when he returned.

    Courtesy of Devon Prep |

  • General news

    RSVP literacy programs need volunteers

    There are few things that excite a young child as much as storytime. It’s their chance to be transported into an action-packed adventure or a fairy-tale land. And best of all, they are discovering the magic of reading and words and possibilities.

    Courtesy of RSVP of Montgomery County |

  • Columns

    Art & Antiques by Dr. Lori: Pocket Watches

    There are many objects that I appraise at my public events worldwide: paintings, sculptures, pottery, prints, beaded purses, Native American leatherware, toys, glassware, gold jewelry, silver, swords, guns, historic documents, sports collectibles, movie memorabilia, autographs and the list goes on. One of the most common items that I appraise — vintage or antique — are timepieces, specifically pocket watches.

    By Lori Verderame Guest Columnist |

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