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    spay and save: Baron’s baby blue eyes will melt your heart

    Baron is a gorgeous mix of Lynx and Siamese. He is a neutered male approximately 1- to-1.5-years-old. His Siamese part brings out his chattiness. He loves human attention and is fine with other cats, and probably dogs when slowly introduced. Baron was surrendered by a family in Norristown due to their other cat’s extreme dislike of him.

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    Discussion in Phoenixville recognizes Sexual Assault Awareness Month

    PHOENIXVILLE >> Chester County Fund for Women and Girls, the Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County and Colonial Theatre welcomed 64 community members for a free documentary film screening and panel discussion of “The Hunting Ground” Wednesday, April 18, in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

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    Limerick man draws jail for strangling woman

    NORRISTOWN >> A Limerick Township man was sent to jail after admitting to choking a woman during a domestic disturbance and to assaulting the woman’s daughter when she tried to intervene.

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    Fire destroys townhomes in Phoenixville

    PHOENIXVILLE >> A multi-alarm fire destroyed townhomes under construction at the Steeltown Village in the 700 block of Wheatland Street.

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    Vehicle auction site proposed near Fricks Lock Village

    EAST COVENTRY >> A proposal to build an auction facility for used vehicles and heavy equipment near the intersection of Route 724 and Fricks Lock Road in East Coventry has drawn some concerns from regional planners.

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    spay and save: A diamond is forever

    White with black markings, and a diamond on his nose, “Whitey” is approximately 1- to 3-years-old, neutered and ready for a forever home! Whitey appeared one day in a backyard in King of Prussia. He captured the hearts of everyone who saw him and prompted them to give him food, shelter and veterinary care. Whitey is very laid back, sweet as can be but probably should be the only cat in the household. Could you open up your heart and home for Whitey?

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    Ron Graham running for 155th state House seat

    Ron Graham is no stranger to local politics and now he’s ready for a shot at making the leap to serving at the state level.

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    Suspect caught in murder of Phoenixville teen

    PHOENIXVILLE >> Police have apprehended one suspect in the Dec. 27, 2017, slaying of 15-year-old Jayson Ortiz-Cameron while the hunt for a second suspect continues.

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    Limerick Township Manager Daniel Kerr wins leadership award

    limerick >> Limerick Township Manager Daniel Kerr recently received the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors’ 29th Annual President’s Leadership Award at the association’s 96th Annual Educational Conference and Trade Show in Hershey.

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    Phoenixville High School holds gun violence forum instead of walkout

    PHOENIXVILLE >> As many students across the country planned school walkouts against gun violence on Friday, one local high school took a different approach.

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