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Limerick detective helps apprehend suspect in Detroit triple homicide

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Realities of Montgomery County opioid epidemic discussed during intensive panel

NORRISTOWN >> At a town hall discussion Tuesday night local organizers punched up the volume on the grim reports we’ve been hearing for more than a year on the national opioid epidemic. ...

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  • News

    Meehan votes against seeking Trump tax returns

    WASHINGTON >> U.S. Rep Pat Meehan, R-7th Dist., was among 20 Republicans on the House Ways and Means Committee who rebuffed an attempt by Democrats to get a look at President Donald Trump’s tax returns.

    By Evan Brandt ebrandt@21st-centurymedia.com @PottstownNews on Twitter|

  • News

    Phoenixville council OKs festivals despite opposition

    PHOENIXVILLE >> It appears two big community events will still be held despite some opposition from a few downtown business owners and residents.

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

  • Business

    Beer at Wawa: Is Pa. brewing a new booze strategy?

    CONCORD >> Even as Wawa opened a newly renovated store near the border of Pennsylvania and Delaware last week, the road to allow six-packs sold in the store was years-long as parts of the liquor law begin to change.

    By Kathleen E. Carey kcarey@21st-centurymedia.com|

  • Entertainment

    A new ‘Kingdom’ from Frontier Ruckus. Band to play at Johnny Brenda’s

    Matthew Milia thinks it’s “a miracle” that his Detroit-based band, Frontier Ruckus, has been around for nearly 15 years and [just released] its fifth album.

    By Gary Graff ggraff@digitalfirstmedia.com, @GraffonMusic on Twitter|

  • Home and Garden

    FROM THE GROUND UP: Bright spots in the winter

    If you look broadly at the winter landscape, it’s easy to see it all just in browns and grays interspersed with the occasional dark green of non-deciduous trees. But look a little closer and you’ll find that there are shrubs that are full of color, providing an artistic contrast to winter’s otherwise monochromatic palette.

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  • Food

    NUTRITION: Trust your gut instincts. Whole grains are good for you

    The human digestive tract is home to tens of trillions of microorganisms, collectively referred to as the gut microbiota.

    By LeeAnn Weintraub Special to Digital First Media|

  • Food

    THE YANKEE CHEF: A quick, tasty recipe for ‘best gravy you’ll ever have’

    What a great way to make something that is good for you AND a phenomenal way to introduce vegetables into your children’s diet without them even knowing. I have done away with the classic roux thickener here, without any loss of flavor.

    By Jim Bailey|

  • Entertainment

    Monnette Sudler’s Annual Philadelphia Guitar Summit concert returns to MCCC

    This is the 8th year of the Philadelphia Guitar Summit at Montgomery County Community College. Philadelphia’s first lady of guitar, Monnette Sudler, continues to present an interesting and diverse group of artists for this annual event. And this year she will once again deviate from strictly featuring guitarists.

    By Fern Brodkin For Digital First Media|

  • Entertainment

    Oasis of orchids: Horticultural display at Longwood highlights varieties of orchids

    The party is called “Orchid Extravaganza” and you can come see it through March 31.

    By Brian Bingaman bbingaman@21st-centurymedia.com @brianbingaman on Twitter|

  • News

    Phoenixville School Board delays waiving fee for town hall at school

    PHOENIXVILLE >> Conflicting information over whether a proposed town hall meeting at Phoenixville Area High School would be political in nature forced officials to hold off on granting a request to waive the fee associated with using the space.

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

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