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

ROYERSFORD >> After the unexpected passing of the man who was instrumental in building Spring-Ford’s television production brand, the school community has found a fitting tribute to his legacy. ...

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    Sunoco stops drilling until water issues are resolved

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    Collegeville woman punished for taping Bill Cosby trial

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    Upper Providence man faces prison for canal drowning deaths

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