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PHOTOS: Phoenixville Area High School graduates Class of 2018

Digital First Media PHOENIXVILLE >> Phoenixville Area High School graduates the Class of 2018 at its commencement ceremony June 7. ...

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    Spay and Save: Molly was rescued from the outdoors

    What an adorable petite kitty! Approximately 1-year-old, spayed, dark tabby tuxedo, Molly is sweet little girl who likes other pets and is affectionate given the proper introduction time. She was rescued from the grounds of a hospital in Norristown and now needs a forever family who will commit to her 10 to 15 years of life.

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    Ex-Limerick smoke shop operator has probation for drug paraphernalia sales

    NORRISTOWN >> A Spring City man who once operated a Limerick smoke shop must serve probation and community service after a jury convicted him of selling and advertising drug paraphernalia.

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

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    Phoenixville Police respond to 68 calls for service in three days

    PHOENIXVILLE >> Phoenixville Police responded to 68 calls for service, including two traffic incidents, between May 25 and May 27. The following is a summary of some of those incidents as reported by Phoenixville Police on their Facebook page:

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  • Entertainment

    Give in to the nostalgia of Walnut Street Theatre’s ‘Mamma Mia!’; run extended through July 22

    Trying to explain the infinite popularity of the Swedish pop group ABBA to the uninitiated is like trying to assemble an Ikea bunk bed.

    By Anders Back For Digital First Media |

  • Food

    FOOD: Let’s hear it for strawberries!

    With a name like Historic Strawberry Mansion, “naturally, we have strawberries,” said Connie Ragsdale, president of the Fairmount Park landmark. “In the 1880s and 1890s, people would come to pick wild strawberries.”

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media|

  • Entertainment

    Welcome to Fuzzytown: Exhibit Zachariah OHora’s art at Montgomery County Community College

    WHITPAIN TWP. >> Walk into an exhibit at the Fine Arts Center at Montgomery County Community College and it feels like you’ve stepped into the pages of a children’s book. That’s because it’s a retrospective on the work of Zachariah OHora, an award winning children’s illustrator and author, whose books include “Stop Snoring Bernard” and “No Fits, Nilson.” He sometimes teams up with writer Ame Dyckman. You may have heard of...

    By Linda Stein lstein@21st-centurymedia.com @lsteinreporter on Twitter|

  • News

    SPAY AND SAVE: Please help keep Petey off the streets forever

    Handsome buff tabby with striking copper eyes, neutered male, approximately 2 to 3-years-old, Petey was found on the streets of Collegeville by a very nice rescuer. He is good with kids, and seems to get along with other kitties. Won’t you give him a forever home where Petey will never be on the streets again?

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  • Entertainment

    Trashcan Sinatras’ ‘One Night, Two Albums’ tour comes to Sellersville Theater

    The Scottish band Trashcan Sinatras are taking a rare look back with a “One Night, Two Albums” tour of the U.S. and Canada. It brings them to Sellersville Theater May 27.

    By Brian Bingaman bbingaman@21st-centurymedia.com @brianbingaman on Twitter|

  • News

    St. Mary School Memorial Day Remembrance honors fallen military, veterans

    SCHWENKSVILLE >> “What helps keep me centered is when I keep in mind that evil prevails when good men and women do nothing to stop it.”

    By Marian Dennis mdennis@21st-centurymedia.com @MarianDennis1 on Twitter|

  • Lifestyle

    AT THE TABLE WITH: Chris Green

    Chris Green, with a love for food and culinary arts, originated and is the administer for the Facebook page Phoenixville Phoodie Phoundation.

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