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Phoenixville school board OKs $92.7M draft budget, 5.62% tax hike

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Spring-Ford board debates ending student class ranking

ROYERSFORD >> The Spring-Ford Area School Board has asked the administration to study the variables involved in listing a student’s high school ranking on a college application, following a lengthy discussion over whether including a rank...

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    spay & save Do you have a place for Emily?

    Emily is a spayed brown tabby with white about 15 months old. She is a sweet girl who loves people and other pets. She likes her toys and to be petted. She is shy at first and will come to you on her own terms. She is starting to trust people again, but does not like yet to be picked up. This girl has a great personally, this is despite someone being so cruel and heartless as to cut off the tip of both her ears. Emily has been treated and the vet has given her a clean bill of health. Do you...

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    Downtown Kitchen’s Food Challenge collects hundreds of items

    Downtown Kitchen’s Food Challenge volunteers divided the 350-400+ items collected on Saturday, Jan. 14 at Barto’s Pool & Spa store in Phoenixville. Socks and gloves were also collected. The bounty of the challenge will be shared by PACS Phoenixville, the Patricia Society Norristown and the Pottstown Cluster. Pictured are Eleanor Gherst, Bette Banjack (creator of the Challange), David Edelman, Carol Berger, Harold Gaugler and Sue Sharp. Not pictured: Joe Ferraro, Paul...

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    Police collect coats for those in need

    The Schuylkill Township Police Association is holding a coat drive. The donated coats will be provided to those in need in the local area. As police officers, we often see the need for people struggling to provide warm clothing for themselves and their families first hand. This is one small way that we can reach out and be of some help to those in a time of need. To donate to the drive, please stop by the lobby of the Township Building located at 111 Valley Park Road, Phoenixville.

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    Music of joy and hope for organ and trumpet Jan. 22

    St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church presents trumpeter, Kenneth Laudermilch and organist, Margaret Marsch in concert, Sunday, Jan. 22, at 4 p.m. The one-hour concert features special arrangements of hymns and concert works through the centuries.

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    Spay & Save: Love dachshunds? Molly is ready for a new home

    Molly is a 6-year-old Dachshund whose owner didn’t care for her very well and she is just learning to know what love is. Molly lives with other dogs but prefers smaller dogs and she is house and crate trained. Sometimes Molly needs to be coaxed to go outside but once there loves exploring the yard. Molly has never been around children so we will only place her in an adult home. For more information on all the dogs and cats that Spay and Save has for adoption, please visit our...

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    Phoenix, Reporter & Item Community Calendar: Week of Jan. 24

    Event Submissions: Send to cthornburg@berksmontnews.com a week prior to publication. Note “Phoenix Calendar” in the subject.

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    Lane closures scheduled on Route 422 next week

    Intermittent lane closures are scheduled to begin next week on Route 422.

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    Pottstown man charged with resisting arrest, illegally carrying gun

    POTTSTOWN >> Police have charged a borough man after he allegedly resisted arrest and was found to be illegally carrying a handgun.

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    Longtime president of Devault Foods names successor

    CHARLESTOWN >> Devault Foods, a portion-controlled meat preparation and packing company, announced Tuesday changes in top executive positions.

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    St. Teresa of Calcutta’s 3rd-graders seek unity pledge from all 50 states

    LIMERICK >> As President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take the oath of office Friday, it’s not hard to find discussions about how divided the nation is. PBS is even airing a two-part Frontline series named “Divided America” as the Trump era begins.

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