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Julianne Siller 5K remembers late teen; family finds strength from community

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Phoenixville School District officials, resident clash over Meadow Brook turf talks

PHOENIXVILLE >> In what’s quickly becoming a case of “he said, she said,” one resident said she’s tired of hearing mixed messages from the Phoenixville Area School Board about its plans for new turf fields. ...

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  • Mass transit systems

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  • News

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  • Business

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  • Crime

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    PHOENIXVILLE >> Three suspects are off the streets for selling drugs in the borough, wrapping up a months-long sting operation, Phoenixville police announced Wednesday.

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  • Opinion

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    Schools that teach. A very basic concept, yet one that has more complicated layers — with one layer costing about $426 million annually.

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  • Opinion

    Taxpayers deserve a fair trade with school property tax elimination

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  • Events

    Calendar of Events

    Ongoing Summer Afield Program: Calling all fourth to sixth graders! Do you like to investigate your world? Explore streams? Make observations and discoveries? Work on experiments? Make new friends? Have Fun? Then you’ll want to join Summer Afield and make this a summer to remember! Summer Afield is a week-long, half-day program for students who have finished fourth through sixth grade. Our theme this summer will be “The Perkiomen Creek — Past, Present &...

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  • News

    PHOTOS: Holy Family School holds annual Living Stations of the Cross at St. Ann’s

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