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Relief in sight: Route 202 work nearly done

By Brian McCullough @wcdailylocal on Twitter |

Pennsylvania American begins work on Upper Providence water tank

Upper Providence >> Pennsylvania American water has launched a $485,000 rehabilitation on the second of its Black Rock water storage tanks in Upper Providence near Oaks. ...

By Donna Rovins @MercBiz on Twitter |


  • Lifestyle

    Phoenix Community Calendar July 31

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  • News

    Students honor longtime employee while raising money for prostate cancer research

    It was hot and sunny and school was no longer in session, but that didn’t stop Devon Prep students, alumni, parents and friends from participating in the third annual “Batting for Pat” Wiffle Ball Tournament, named for longtime Devon employee Pat Nattle of Mont Clare. The tournament, which took place on Devon Prep’s soccer fields on a recent Saturday morning, raised nearly $5,000 for ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer (, a national...

    Devon Preparatory School |

  • News

    Brandywine Living hosts 2nd annual Back to School Supply Drive

    Brandywine Senior Living at Upper Providence, in Phoenixville, will kick off the back-to-school season by hosting its second annual Back to School Supply Drive.

    Brandywine Senior Living at Upper Providence |

  • Lifestyle

    Spay and Save: Adoptable pets of the week

    Charlie (dog) Charlie is a four year old Jack Russell terrier who has not had an easy life. He was hit by a car at 18 months and lost the sight in his right eye and now needs a new home because his owner passed away. Charlie is used to being an only dog but is having fun playing with a dog his own size in his foster home. He is a sweet boy who deserves a loving family. Charlie needs to live in a cat free home. For more information on Charlie and all the other dogs and cats...


  • News

    Experts: Technology and youth dominating the voting realm

    PHILADELPHIA >> A panel of U.S. representatives addressed how technology plays in their governing and why it’s important to be civically engaged from emailing to voting at a forum sponsored by SAP.

    By Kathleen E. Carey @dtbusiness on Twitter |

  • News

    Local Sanders supporters sad campaign is over, ‘but it’s kind of been coming’

    PHILADELPHIA >> The morning after Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders officially lost the Democratic presidential nomination to Hillary Clinton, Pennsylvania Democrats were eager to recognize the former candidate for his work in championing progressive ideals, but were just as eager to unite behind Clinton for president.

    By Eric Devlin @Eric_Devlin on Twitter |

  • Entertainment

    Imperial’s Catering to host ‘Lights Out: A Tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons’

    On Sunday, Aug. 21, Imperial’s Catering in Trappe is hosting “Light’s Out: A Tribute to Frankie Valli And the Four Seasons,” a fund raising event to benefit the local non-profit Pillars of Light and Love, whose mission focuses on creating happy, confident and courageous kids, teens and adults.

    Pillars of Light and Love |

  • Columns

    Think About It - The beginning and end of a story: Part I

    “Great literature is one of two stories: A man goes on a journey or a stranger comes to town.” - Leo Tolstoy

    Don Meyer, Ph.D. Think About It |

  • Food

    YANKEE CHEF: Put a Hawaiian spin on BBQ chicken

    Literally meaning “turn turn,” Huli Huli Chicken is a mainstay in Hawaii. It is a great way of barbecuing chicken without burning it because you are turning it every few minutes. Think it will come out tough? Think again! Tender and moist, even without the skin, this recipe is a must have in the summer months.

    By Jim Bailey |

  • News

    Laws in Pennsylvania would require massage assault reporting

    Owners and employees of massage spas and therapeutic practices would be responsible for reporting allegations of sexual assault of clients under terms of bipartisan legislation that was spurred by a Chester County case in which a man continued to work as a masseur even after a woman complained that he had molested her.

    By Michael P. Rellahan @ChescoCourtNews on Twitter |

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