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Phoenixville schools ponder impact of too much homework

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Phoenixville looking at later start times for middle, high schools

PHOENIXVILLE >> Try not to be mad at that teenager in your life who stays in bed too long every morning. It’s not their fault — it’s biology. ...

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  • Food

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  • Entertainment

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  • Entertainment

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