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Number of sick students at Ursinus College now up to 100

COLLEGEVILLE >> Ursinus College is taking some precautions after at least 100 students fell ill in recent days with a stomach sickness. ...

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    Underdog Phoenixville High School physics team takes 3rd in tourney finals

    Phoenixville >> Standing toe-to-toe with some of the most prestigious schools in the world, the underdog Phoenixville Area High School physics team was a dominant force at a recent tournament.

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    Rogers family, owners of Grandview Speedway, injured in car crash in Daytona Beach

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    Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane has August trial date for alleged perjury charge

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    Schwenksville Elementary students, parents explore Hour of Code

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