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Chester County Futures marks 20 years of changing lives

By Brian McCullough @wcdailylocal on Twitter|

the table: WESTERVILLE In The Middle of Ohio

Westerville is a suburb of Columbus Ohio located in the center of the state and is a truly a quintessential small town. Historical events and occurrences, as well as the people of the town make for a charming place to live and visit. ...

By Bette Banjack Columnist|


  • News

    Think about it: It’s Just at the Barn

    “If at first you don’t succeed, do it the way your mother told you to.” — Anonymous


  • News

    Flying Colors fall art show set for Oct, 28-30

    Flying Colors Fine Artists will hold its annual art show Oct. 28, 29 and 30 at the Montgomery School, Route 113, in Chester Springs. An artists’ reception with live music and refreshments will be held on Friday evening from 6 to 9 p.m. Hours on Saturday and Sunday are 10 to 5. All hours are open to the public free of charge. All paintings will be for sale. An art activity for children is planned for Saturday and Sunday as well as informal artist demonstrations.


  • News

    Douglassville military wife surprises husband with a day of holidays

    A year’s worth of holidays, birthdays, and other significant days were recently celebrated in a military home in the Douglassville area.

    By Denise Larive For Digital First Media|

  • Elections

    Upper Merion man’s campaign button collection is a walk through history

    UPPER MERION >> The name Alton B. Parker is probably unknown to most of the voters who will cast their ballots for president Nov. 8, but in 1904, he was as famous as either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. Parker, a New York state judge, was the Democratic nominee for the nation’s highest office that year. He lost to Theodore Roosevelt in a landslide.

    By Joe Barron @JoeBarron on Twitter|

  • Elections

    Attorney general candidates take different tack on pervasive issues

    The race for Pennsylvania attorney general pits a 43-year-old lawyer from Montgomery County who has raised $4.9 million for his campaign against a 63-year-old lawyer from Montgomery County who has raised $1.3 million.

    By Evan Brandt @PottstownNews on Twitter|

  • Entertainment

    Festival celebrates Mouns Jones 300th Anniversary

    DOUGLASSVILLE >> The Mouns Jones 300th Anniversary will be celebrated by the Historic Preservation Trust of Berks County with an exciting living history event at Morlatton Village. Costumed volunteers will demonstrate a variety of eighteenth and early nineteenth century crafts and trades and visitors can enjoy tours of the buildings in Morlatton Village. There will also be hands-on activities for children and their families to enjoy.

    The Historic Preservation Trust of Berks County|

  • Lifestyle

    Upcoming fall and Halloween events have a healthy twist

    From fruit picking to costumed fitness dance classes, the community can celebrate the season while staying fit at the same time. Area events include fall festivals as well as Halloween activities that keep it happy and healthy.

    By Michilea Patterson @MichileaP on Twitter|

  • Entertainment

    3 unique aircraft found at the American Helicopter Museum


  • News

    Ballot questions await S.E. Pennsylvania voters Nov. 8

    A referendum asking voters if they want 75 to be the mandatory age of retirement for judges in Pennsylvania will appear on the ballot Nov. 8, though the wording has been in dispute since before the primary.

    By Linda Finarelli @lkfinarelli on Twitter|

  • News

    State universities make plans to handle potential strike

    WEST CHESTER >> With the threat of a potential strike looming over students in the Pennsylvania’s public universities, many have questioned what would happen if negotiations continue to stall and a strike does occur.

    By Adam Farence @afarence on Twitter|

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