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Unknown soldiers of Revolutionary War honored at Ellis Woods cemetery

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  • Graduation ceremonies

    PHOTOS: 562 students graduate from Spring-Ford Area High School

    Members of Spring-Ford Area High School’s graduating class listen to speakers Thursday evening during an outdoor ceremony at Coach McNelly Stadium in Royersford. A total of 562 students graduated as part of the Spring-Ford High Area High School’s 60th commencement exercise. It was one of the largest graduating classes in Montgomery County. Among the speakers was valedictorian Malcolm Connor Hoffman, whose inspirational talk was entitled, “The Last Time.”

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  • News

    Officials: Route 23 bridge could open by September

    PHOENIXVILLE >> Phoenixville area officials say they’re working hard to get the Route 23 bridge open by September.

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  • Arrests

    Seven men owing child support arrested in overnight Montgomery County raid

    COURTHOUSE >> Seven men owing a combined $71,000 in child support were arrested Wednesday morning for failing to appear before a judge.

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  • News

    Fed up Mont Clare residents hold town meeting

    Upper Providence Twp. >> It was bad enough when the Route 23 bridge closure gridlocked traffic. But new construction in the area, and one business’ practices have compounded the problem, making it a bridge too far for some residents in Mont Clare.

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  • News

    More than 400 attend Perkiomen Valley High School’s post prom event

    Perkiomen Valley High School’s halls were transformed into Hollywood for its annual Post Prom event May 16, with this year’s theme being “Movie Magic.”

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  • News

    Trappe Memorial Day Parade remembers fallen heroes

    On Monday, hundreds of community members joined their friends and family to watch the annual Trappe Memorial Day Parade. A group of veterans led the procession, which began at Augustus Lutheran Church and ended at Water Works Park. Antique cars and trucks also joined in the ceremony, giving rides to the many veterans who participated in the procession.

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  • News

    Death of Royersford woman struck by train in Devon ruled suicide

    WEST CHESTER >> The Chester County coroner has ruled the death Wednesday night of a woman a suicide, it was announced Thursday.

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  • News

    5K Run/Walk benefits Spring-Ford Area High School Senior Impact Awards

    More than 350 Spring-Ford students, staff and families participated in the second annual 5K Run/Walk and Kids Fun Run April 24. The 5K Run/Walk benefited the Spring-Ford Area High School Senior Impact Awards.

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  • News

    Perkiomen Valley School District hosts PV Olympics event for students with special needs

    COLLEGEVILLE >> Students with special needs from across the Perkiomen Valley School District had the chance to compete with each other in the district’s third annual PV Olympics event, held on May 5 in Thomas J. Keenan Stadium at Perkiomen Valley High School.

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    Holy Cross Regional Catholic School students tour battlefield at Gettysburg

    The seventh-grade students of Holy Cross Regional Catholic School visited Gettysburg on Wednesday, May 6.

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