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Ceramics passion brings clean water to developing nations

By Monica Thompson Fragale For Digital First Media |

While teacher waits for a heart transplant, community rallies to help

Early last December – in her early 40s and happily employed as a history teacher at Valley Forge Military Academy – Linda Jara began doctoring for a sinus infection before “being blindsided” by a heart failure diagnosis two...

By M. English 21st Century Media Services |

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  • Business

    Molly Maguire’s of Phoenixville donates to Good Samaritan Shelter

    Phoenixville >> Molly Maguire’s Irish Restaurant and Pub Wednesday donated $6,300 to the Good Samaritan Shelter.

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  • Lifestyle

    There are plenty of fish, and shrimp, in the sea

    The SEAS and waters of the world are major contributors to our food supply. Seventy-one percent of the earth is covered with water, while 96.5 percent of the water is ocean. So we are looking at a vast abundance of products. The items most harvested are fish and seafood for our daily consumption. The items from the sea are called salt water and fresh water fish from fresh water lakes and streams.

    Bette Banjack ABC To XYZ In Foods |

  • Opinion

    Think About It: Road rage on a bicycle

    “Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair of the human race.” — H. G. Wells

    By Don Meyer, Ph.D. Think About It |

  • Parenting

    Perspective on Parenting: Protecting children from grief

    When my first child was born, I experienced a tidal wave of emotions. As I embraced my infant overjoyed, I whispered in her tiny ear her that I’d always protect her. I even briefly visualized those moments in her future where she may need me the most: her first fall from her bike; her first time being confronted by mean kids at school; and her first break up. Never could I foresee the grief she’d experience—along with her younger siblings—after the death of a...

    By JULIA SHERWIN |

  • Lifestyle

    Fun at the Kimberton Fair

    phoenixville >> The Kimberton Fair opened this week and runs through Saturday at the fair grounds. Those going can enjoy food, rides, livestock competitions, and other competitive events.

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  • News

    Woman admits to bad check scheme at Limerick bank

    NORRISTOWN >> Telling a former East Greenville woman her drug addiction is “tearing” her up, a judge urged her to remain in intensive treatment while serving her sentence for being involved in a bad check scheme at a Limerick bank.

    By Carl Hessler Jr. chessler@21st-centurymedia.com @MontcoCourtNews on Twitter |

  • News

    PennDOT to repave Egypt Road, replace ramps

    Get ready for more construction and slowdowns.

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

  • News

    THE BLOB IS BACK

    Groups of people run with hands in the air out of the Colonial Theater in Phoenixville for the annual Blobfest July 10. For more coverage of Blobfest, see Page A3.

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  • Business

    Penn Diner in Phoenixville is making regulars of its patrons

    PHOENIXVILLE >> The diner is making a sunny-side-up comeback in Phoenixville.

    By Gary Puleo gpuleo@t21st-centurymedia.com @MustangMan48 on Twitter |

  • Business

    Stable 12 settles in Phoenixville, celebrating its grand opening

    Phoenixville >> Three longtime friends from Skippack are living the dream of turning a hobby into a business. Stable 12 Brewing Co. celebrated its grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday morning.

    By Virginia Lindak Digital First Media |

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