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Iron Hill Brewery to release Tower 61 beer to benefit Kimberton Fire Company

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Police ID suspect in Limerick shooting

LIMERICK >> Authorities are searching for a man after he allegedly shot a woman in the township Friday afternoon. ...

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    Mosquito spraying scheduled for parts of Spring City

    SPRING CITY >> The Chester County Health Department has scheduled a mosquito control treatment spray in portions of Spring City.

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    12 sickened after chemical spill at mushroom facility

    KENNETT SQUARE>> Twelve people were hospitalized following a chemical spill at Kaolin Mushroom Farms Inc. in the 600 block of West South Street at 11:29 a.m. Wednesday.

    By Fran Maye fmaye@21st-centurymedia.com @kennettpaper on Twitter|

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    Chester County receives state funding to combat homelessness

    Chester County has quickly put to use a new source of state funding to begin helping reduce and eliminate homelessness. The money comes from the first ever statewide grants issued by Pennsylvania’s recently expanded state housing trust fund.

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    ART: Pay-what-you-wish admission for Art Museum’s multifaceted ‘Philadelphia Assembled’

    Too many cooks can spoil a kitchen.

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    SEN. BOB MENSCH: Pennsylvania’s financial state is getting worse

    As I write this in mid-September, Pennsylvania is without a final budget. In the past decade, we’ve had on-time budgets in only four years. The question is why? For a very long time I’ve been arguing that our deficits, along with our budget stalemates, are predictable given the lack of growth in the Pennsylvania economy. If Pennsylvania is ever to solve our state budget woes, it is essential that we focus on our state’s economic growth.

    By State Sen. Bob Mensch Guest Columnist|

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    Alleged Phoenixville carfentanil dealer to face trial

    PHOENIXVILLE >> A Phoenixville man charged in the first carfentanil death in Chester County will be heading to trial.

    By Marian Dennis mdennis@21st-centurymedia.com @MarianDennis1 on Twitter|

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    FOOD: Kiwi berries pack a big taste

    Years ago, when Ed Weaver of Weaver’s Orchard in Morgantown considered adding kiwi berries, he offered samples to test the market. Many customers had never seen them before, but the response “was phenomenal,” and “the ‘wow factor’ was there.”

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    Phoenixville Police seek driver in hit-and-run crashes

    PHOENIXVILLE >> Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the driver of a hit-and-run accident.

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    MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Lego Ninjago Movie’ is fun, family-friendly, far too familiar

    Oh, irreverent Lego humor, we barely had time to miss you.

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    Fall for music: A quick look at must-see concerts this autumn ... from Katy Perry to The Hooters and much more

    It’s officially fall this weekend, so get ready for the layers to get added and sweaters to come out in full force. It also means for the most part that the outdoor shows are over, but there is still plenty going on in the region in terms of concerts. In fact, it’s one of the busiest times of the year with the fresh crop of new albums coming out and the bands on the road in support of them. Here’s some of the biggest and best coming to the region over the next few...

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