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Canal Day tradition held at Lock 60

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Scholars: Area students are making the grade

The Greater Phoenixville Healthcare Scholarship Program has awarded seven scholarships to local high school graduates pursuing health-related careers. These scholarships are funded by the Phoenixville Community Health Foundation, the Phoenixville Hos...

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  • News

    County residents receiving easement notices

    It’s old news that Sunoco Pipeline L.P. is working on its Mariner East project, using an already existing pipeline running across the state as part of Phase I.

    By Candice Monhollan cmonhollan@21st-centurymedia.com @CMonhollanDLN on Twitter |

  • News

    SPCA leader says tough times behind, looking ahead with pride

    WEST CHESTER >> Not too long ago the Chester County SPCA was battling the bad publicity of chaos in its management, infighting among employees and even volunteers being escorted from the premises by local police.

    By Andy Hachadorian andyh@21st-centurymedia.com @DLNEditor on Twitter |

  • Lifestyle

    ABC to XYZ in foods: O’ my goodness! — Olives, okra, orzo and oregano

    Olives Ninety percent of the fruit of the estimated 85 million olive trees in the world are pressed into olive oil with the remaining 10 percent marketed as table olives. The edible olive was established 5,000 to 6,000 years ago. But, they can date back to 3,000 B.C. in Crete.

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  • Opinion

    Think About It: On taking a detour

    “Sometimes the most scenic roads in life are the detours we didn’t mean to take.” — Angela N. Blount

    Don Meyer, Ph.D. Think About It |

  • Lifestyle

    Spay and Save: Adoptable pets of the week

    Nina (dog) Nina is a 2-year-old bassett hound/bull terrier mix. She likes going for walks and visits to the dog park. Nina needs to be in a home with dogs larger than her and a cat free home. For more information on this sweet faced girl, please visit our website at www.spayandsave.org or call us at 610-279-9714 or email spayandsavedogs@comcast.net.

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  • Travel

    GLOBETROTTING GRADUATE: Why I keep going back to Paris

    Paris is not my favorite place to visit, yet I find myself consistently revisiting the city. Outside of London, it is the foreign city I know best.

    By Caitlin Burns For Digital First Media |

  • Parenting

    Perspective on Parenting: 10 years a mom

    Years ago, as a communications professional in the corporate world, I remember when my colleagues were honored for a decade or more of service. In a world where attention spans are gradually diminishing, doing anything constructive for 10 years can be considered quite an accomplishment. It illustrates responsibility, commitment and consistency. This is especially true for marriages. Milestone anniversaries are often celebrated with parties or vacations to commemorate a bond that is...

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  • Visual arts

    ‘Legendary’ exhibit at The African American Museum in Philadelphia explores house ballroom culture

    Photographer Gerard H. Gaskin creates art, but also shines a light on people who need to be seen.

    By Tara Lynn Johnson For Digital First Media |

  • News

    Accused Lower Pottsgrove arsonist has her trial date

    NORRISTOWN >> A Lower Pottsgrove woman accused of torching and destroying the home of her neighbor, a Limerick detective, has her trial date.

    By Carl Hessler Jr. chessler@21st-centurymedia.com @MontcoCourtNews on Twitter |

  • News

    DCNR reveals statewide recreation plan at Pottstown Volleyball Rumble (photos, video)

    POTTSTOWN >> About 15 people riding yellow Bike Pottstown bicycles pedaled their way onto the lush green fields of Memorial Park Thursday to center court of the 24th annual Pottstown Volleyball Rumble.

    By Michilea Patterson mpatterson@21st-centurymedia.com @MichileaP on Twitter |

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