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Phoenixville man heads to trial on murder charges

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Bill Cosby wants state court to review judge’s decision

NORRISTOWN >> Entertainer Bill Cosby wants a state court to review the decision of a Montgomery County judge who rejected Cosby’s claim that he had a promise from a former district attorney that he would never be prosecuted for the allege...

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  • Columns

    Arts & Antiques by Dr. Lori: Loving our collections

    Love is one of the most common reasons why we collect objects or hand down objects. Objects come with emotions. Most people will not part with a particular item or group of items if they were handed down or amassed by a loved one, family member or friend. I feel this way about my father’s nutcracker collection and my mother’s canister set. I wouldn’t part with them no matter what!

    By Dr. Lori Verderame Columnist |

  • News

    Pennsylvania details protection from abuse figures

    Chester County has far fewer temporary protection from abuse orders granted by its Common Pleas Court judges than counties whose populations fall behind it, according to statistics released Friday by the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts.

    By Michael P. Rellahan mrellahan@21st-centurymedia.com @ChescoCourtNews on Twitter |

  • Entertainment

    Perkiomen Valley Art Center presents ‘Facets of Running an Art Gallery’

    The Perkiomen Valley Art Center will hold its monthly membership meeting and educational program on the arts on Wednesday, Feb. 17 at 7:30 p.m. at Encore Experiences (formerly Harleysville Senior Center), 312 Alumni Drive, Harleysville. All are invited. The program is free and open to the public.

    Perkiomen Valley Art Center |

  • Lifestyle

    Phoenix Community Calendar Feb. 14

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

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  • Lifestyle

    THE TABLE - Punxsutawney, PA: 2016 prediction is an early spring!

    Several Tuesdays ago was “Ground Hogs Day” and in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, it is cause for a big time celebration. The local library houses “Punxsutawney Phil”, the superstar forecaster of an early spring or six more weeks of winter.

    By Bette Banjack THE TABLE |

  • News

    Third graders participate in Partner Day

    Third graders in Mrs. Elizabeth Banaszynski’s class at Schwenksville Elementary recently celebrated positive classroom behavior with Partner Day, participating in partner building activities and enjoying a partner snack.

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  • News

    Elementary students celebrate Dental Health Month

    In celebration of Dental Health Month, Schwenksville Elementary nurse, Mrs. Beth Hallowell, showed students a brief video, and then they answer questions regarding healthy snack choices and caring for their teeth.

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  • News

    Holy Cross brings lessons to life at 7th Grade Wax Museum

    Holy Cross Regional School brought together history, culture and public speaking at their recent 7th Grade Wax Museum event. Each student chose a historical or cultural person to study, writing a biographical report to be spoken in first person, and in costume, at the event.

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  • News

    Holy Cross students host 2016 ‘Soup-er Bowl’

    To “kick off” Catholic Schools Week 2016, Holy Cross Regional Catholic School held a “Soup-er Bowl,” brining in canned goods to be donated to local food banks. Children were also permitted to wear clothing reflecting their favorite teams.

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  • News

    January Health Question of the Month winners

    Each month, students are asked a variety of health questions by grade level, during the morning announcements. Two winners from each grade are drawn from the correct answers.

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