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Phoenixville Democratic mayoral primary ends in a landslide for Urscheler |May 17, 2017

PHOENIXIVLLE >> The race to select the Phoenixville Democratic mayoral nominee ended in a landslide victory Tuesday night as candidate Peter Urscheler defeated challenger Letitia M. Jones.

All 8 Phoenixville School Board candidates advance after primary election |May 17, 2017

PHOENIXVILLE >> Each of the eight candidates running for the four open seats on the Phoenixville Area School Board will advance to the general election in November, following the results of Tuesday night’s primary election.

Police, family seek public’s help to find missing Upper Merion man |May 16, 2017

NORRISTOWN >> The family and friends of a missing Upper Merion man are joining police in asking for the public’s help to find him.

Photos: Valley Forge Tourism and Convention Board debuts new mascot at travel rally |May 16, 2017

WHITEMARSH >> The Valley Forge Tourism and Convention Board (VFTCB) held a travel rally Monday at the Philadelphia Cricket Club in Flourtown.

Pennsylvania State Police have not ruled out any possibility in disappearance of Chester County woman |May 18, 2017

WEST BRADFORD >> Pennsylvania State Police are continuing their search for Anna Bronislawa Maciejewska of Charlestown Township and are not ruling out any possibilities regarding her disappearance last month.

Latest backups leave Route 202 commuters fuming |May 17, 2017

The open road may seem like a distant memory to commuters along Route 202, who after decades of work-induced slowdowns briefly enjoyed a break from the backups.

Pet Valu ‘Come Clean for Cancer’ benefit at all Montgomery County locations May 20 and 21 |May 17, 2017

WHITPAIN >> It’s bath time for Buster and Bella.

Spring-Ford adds new faces to school board after primary election |May 17, 2017

ROYERSFORD >> The Spring-Ford Area School Board primary election results were filled with surprises Tuesday night.

Walkers rally at Montgomery County Court House to support ‘new energy future’ |May 16, 2017

NORRISTOWN >> Walkers trekking across Montgomery County as part of the Power Local Green Jobs campaign rallied at the Montgomery County Court House Monday morning before setting off on their mission.

PHOTO GALLERY: Annual Dogwood Festival’s tradition of caring returns to Phoenixville |May 18, 2017

PHOENIXVILLE >> Phoenixville celebrates its 64th annual Dogwood Festival this week as thousands of community members enjoy the popular fair held in Reeves Park. Amusement rides, games and food vendors set up around the park, offering family fun for all to enjoy.

Newest deputy sheriff happy to return home |May 16, 2017

WEST CHESTER >> During brief remarks prior to the swearing-in of Chester County’s newest deputy sheriff, Capt. Jason Suydam explained that the high competition for the position enables the office to select employees that not only meet the job qualifications but also represent a good fit.

5K benefitting police charity returns to Lower Perkiomen Valley Park Trail |May 16, 2017

UPPER PROVIDENCE >> The 2017 Streamlight 5K for Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS) will return to the Lower Perkiomen Valley Park Trail, 101 New Mill Road in Oaks, Wednesday, June 7 at 6:30 p.

OJR school board race will remain crowded in November |May 17, 2017

With 99 percent of votes posted as of midnight Tuesday, only one candidate — Lonny Fish — was eliminated in the crowded race for four open seats on the Owen J. Roberts School Board.

Burst pipe closes driver’s license photo center in Pottstown |May 17, 2017

POTTSTOWN >> A burst pipe in Commonwealth Auto Tags has forced the temporary closure of the Photo License Center located in the rear of the High Street business, PennDOT has announced.

All 7 remain on the ballot in Perk Valley School Board race |May 17, 2017

All seven of the candidates who ran in Tuesday’s primary for four open seats on the Perkiomen Valley School Board will appear on the general election ballot in November as well.