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Accused Skippack killer hints at diminished capacity defense

By Carl Hessler Jr. chessler@21st-CenturyMedia.com |

NRC mum about security problem at Limerick nuclear plant

LIMERICK — The federal government has identified a security problem at Exelon’s Limerick Generating Station but because it’s a security matter, officials can’t say what it is. ...

By Evan Brandt ebrandt@21st-CenturyMedia.com |

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  • General news

    Trappe Ambulance purchases twin van-style ambulances

    Trappe Fire Co. No. 1 and Ambulance is pleased to announce the arrival of twins.

    By Gil Cohen For 21st Century Media |

  • General news

    Participants in Main Line pot peddling ring admit guilt

    NORRISTOWN — With their clean-cut, fresh-scrubbed appearances, conservative haircuts and attire that included blue blazers, ties and fashionable skirts, members of the so-called “Main Line Take Over Project” stood out in the court of law where they answered to charges they were part of a pot peddling ring.

    By Carl Hessler Jr. chessler@21st-CenturyMedia.com |

  • General news

    Meadow Brook golf tourney on tap

    By Barry Sankey bsankey@21st-Century

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  • General news

    Bella Napoli captures VFCC men’s basketball title

    CHARLESTOWN - Bella Napoli outscored Phoenixville Federal Bank & Trust, 55-38, in the second half to post a 97-84 victory to capture the 2014 Valley Forge Christian College Men’s Summer Basketball League championship July 29 at The Pit gymnasium.

    Barry Sankey
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  • Columns

    Art & Antiques with Dr. Lori: Losing money at your yard sale

    When it comes to learning how to spot a treasure, the first thing you have to learn is where to look.

    By Lori Verderame Guest Columnist |

  • Columns

    Think About It: You, Me and Fireflies

    “There are two ways to live your life – one is as though nothing is a miracle, the other is as though everything is a miracle.”

    By Don Meyer, Ph.D. Columnist |

  • General news

    Area eighth graders graduate from Devon Prep

    Twenty-eight Devon Prep Eighth Graders “moved up” recently during the Eighth Grade Advancement Ceremony held in the school’s athletic facility. Parents, grandparents, siblings and friends attended the ceremony which began with a Mass concelebrated by Devon Prep Headmaster Rev. James J. Shea, Sch.P., Rev. Richard Wyzykiewicz, Sch.P., Rev. Francisco Aisa, Sch.P. and Rev. Javier Renteria, Sch.P.

    Courtesy of Devon Prep |

  • General news

    Summer Extravaganza to benefit local woman’s battle with Lyme disease

    Come out to Summer Extravaganza 2014 on Aug. 16 from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the national register historic landmark Avon Lea Farm and home of Robert Berry, Phoenixville.

    Courtesy of Karen Franks |

  • Visual arts

    Metalwork exhibit to bring past, present together in Phoenixville

    The public will have the chance to learn about Phoenixville’s history as a steel town and see artwork produced in a modern iron forge when the Historical Society of the Phoenixville Area’s newest exhibit opens Friday.

    By Matthew D’Ippolito Editor@PhoenixvilleNews.com |

  • General news

    This is the time for buying a fishing boat

    It may seem counter intuitive as we head into August and our summer vacation/fishing seasons wind down, but now is a great time to start shopping for that fishing boat you’ve always dreamed about.

    By Tom Tatum For 21st Century Media |

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