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Phoenixville community prepares to honor residents for giving back

By Virginia Lindak For Digital First Media |

Spring-Ford students best North Penn in annual magnetic rail contest

UPPER PROVIDENCE >> Cutting edge technology is an important component in one Spring-Ford Area School District classroom this year. ...

By Christine Mawhinney Lark For Digital First Media |

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  • Crime

    Robbery suspect turns self in after leaving photo ID at the scene

    UPPER DARBY >> If the allegations against Fred Jones are substantiated in a court of law, he probably should consider another line of work.

    By Cindy Scharr cscharr@delcotimes.com @cindyscharr on Twitter |

  • News

    Pa. state trooper pleads not guilty in death of fellow Trooper David Kedra

    NORRISTOWN >> The state trooper man accused of recklessly using a firearm that led to the death of a fellow trooper waived his formal arraignment scheduled for Wednesday effectively entering a plea of not guilty.

    By Dan Clark dclark@21st-centurymedia.com @Danclark08 on Twitter |

  • Business

    Valley Forge Casino Resort partners with Alzheimer’s Association

    UPPER MERION >> Valley Forge Casino Resort has gone purple.

    By Gary Puleo gpuleo@21st-centurymedia.com @MustangMan48 on Twitter |

  • News

    Newspaper carrier ‘jumps through the fire’ to save Spring City woman from blaze

    SPRING CITY >> A resident on the 500 block of East Vincent Avenue survived a house fire Thursday morning and she has a heroic neighbor to thank.

    By Digital First Staff |

  • Education

    Spring-Ford students best North Penn in annual magnetic rail contest

    UPPER PROVIDENCE >> Cutting edge technology is an important component in one Spring-Ford Area School District classroom this year.

    By Christine Mawhinney Lark For Digital First Media |

  • News

    Fundraiser fosters next generation of artists in Phoenixville

    Phoenixville >> Artists of all ages gathered in the borough Sunday afternoon to foster artists of the next generation.

    By Eric Devlin edevlin@21st-centurymedia.com @Eric_Devlin on Twitter |

  • Opinion

    Charter school bill rejects $136M in savings, could raise property taxes

    Students and taxpayers have much at stake as charter school reform is debated in Harrisburg. Unfortunately, a bill House Republicans passed recently (H.B. 530) would not deliver for our kids or taxpayers. That’s why it passed on party lines, without enough votes to survive a potential veto from new Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf.

    By State Rep. James Roebuck Guest Columnist |

  • Letters

    Construction entrance to ELC site should be moved

    After considerable research and “digging” yesterday, I discovered some troubling information that was not shared with the surrounding residents relating to the first construction step of the Early Learning Center project. Unfortunately, lack of transparency continues.

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  • News

    Cadets graduate from MCCC Municipal Police Academy, raise $3K for Angel Trust Fund

    Montgomery County Community College’s Municipal Police Academy Class 1404 graduated 31 cadets on March 25 during a ceremony held at the College’s Science Center Theater, 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell.

    Courtesy of Montgomery County Community College |

  • 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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