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Phoenixville native hopes his ‘Hunger Games’ speaking part inspires local youth

By Virginia Lindak For Digital First Media |


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    Military News

    Christopher Kasker, a 1992 Phoenixville Area High School graduate, was promoted to lieutenant colonel by the Secretary of the Army John M. McHugh during a ceremony at the Pentagon on Nov. 3.

    Courtesy of the U.S. Army |

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    Brothers receive ‘A Hero’s Welcome’

    ROYERSFORD >> U.S. Army Spc4 Ryan Klick and Sgt. Bradley Klick were given “A Hero’s Welcome” in Royersford Saturday afternoon. The brothers returned home after serving a tour of duty in Afghanistan. Members of the Warriors Watch Riders, along with many friends and family were in attendance.

    By Digital First Staff |

  • Features/People

    O’Grady’s to host fundraiser for Phoenixville firefighter battling brain cancer

    PHOENIXVILLE >> Dale Sims and his wife, Barbara, met by accident.

    By Gil Cohen For Digital First Media |

  • Features/People

    Spring City Karate celebrates 40 years

    SPRING CITY >> The Spring City Karate School is celebrating 40 years of teaching students the art of Karate, and looking forward to many more.

    By Christine Mawhinney Lark For Digital First Media |

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    PACS volunteers help feed needy families during holiday season

    PHOENIXVILLE >> Volunteers have kept busy since the weeks before Thanksgiving to stock up Phoenixville Area Community Services’ (PACS) food pantry in preparation for the busy holiday season.


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