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Spring-Ford Area School District to rename TV studio after late educator

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Chester County Day Tour Oct. 7 features 25 stunning houses

West Chester>>The 2017 Chester County Day Tour scheduled Oct. 7 features the best of traditional and modern architecture in the northwest quadrant of Chester County. ...

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    Summer exhibit highlights overlooked world of science outside

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    EAT & DRINK: Beer lovers’ alert; dine at the farm and more

    Calling all beer lovers! Wet your whistle at several new spots like Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company’s Borough Brewhouse in Jenkintown. www.boroughbrewhouse.com

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    Man charged in sucker-punch incident now charged with flight

    WEST CHESTER >> The Chester County District Attorney’s Office announced on Thursday a criminal complaint against Barry Baker Jr. for flight to avoid apprehension after he allegedly led law enforcement on a two-week manhunt.

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    Sunoco stops drilling until water issues are resolved

    WEST WHITELAND >> After hearing assurances from Sunoco and the township that their drinking water had tested safe, about 160 concerned residents at Thursday’s special meeting on water learned that Mariner East 2 Pipeline drilling had stopped until all water issues are resolved, according to Jeff Shields of the Sunoco public relations department.

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    Collegeville woman punished for taping Bill Cosby trial

    NORRISTOWN >> A Collegeville woman says her only goal was to have a video “go viral” when she recorded a portion of Bill Cosby’s sex assault trial and posted it to a popular social media site.

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    Cost of Bill Cosby trial in Montgomery County climbs to more than $200K

    NORRISTOWN >> Comedian Bill Cosby’s sex assault trial, which ended in a mistrial last month, cost Montgomery County taxpayers more than $200,000, the bulk of which went toward juror expenses and overtime for court personnel.

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    Upper Providence man faces prison for canal drowning deaths

    NORRISTOWN >> An Upper Providence man is on his way to state prison after he admitted to engaging in reckless conduct that caused the deaths of two passengers in a vehicle he was operating when it ended up overturned in a township canal.

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    WEEKEND FUN GRAB BAG: ‘The Blob’ returns; SangriaFest and much more on tap

    Return of “The Blob” Colonial Theatre: Blobfest’s July 14 “Run Out” is sold out, but you can still take part in the Bridge Street, Phoenixville “Streetfair” July 15 and 1950s horror movie screenings July 15-16. There will also be a self-guided tour of Phoenixville locations that show up in the 1958 movie “The Blob.” Go to https://thecolonialtheatre.com/programs-categories/blobfest.

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

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    GAME OF THRONES: Three key contenders have emerged. Who will win the Iron Throne?

    “The Great War is here.” So declares Jon Snow (Kit Harington) in the seventh — and penultimate — season of “Game of Thrones.” Apparently, all hell is about to break loose, so brace yourself.

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    Death is pretty much a way of life on “Game of Thrones,” where the body count rises at nearly the same startling rate as our premium-cable bills.

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