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DaVinci’s Pub holding golf outing to benefit area firefighters

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Rescheduled: Adult mosquito spraying in selected areas of Upper Providence

Upper Providence >> The Montgomery County Health Department, after consulting with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and Upper Providence officials, will be rescheduling adulticiding (spraying) to control the adult mosquito...

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    Pottstown man admits to endangering 21-month-old child in Royersford

    NORRISTOWN >> A Pottstown man whose 21-month-old child was found unattended, wrapped in electrical cords after apparently ingesting a prescription drug while the pair was at a Royersford residence potentially faces prison time for child neglect.

    By Carl Hessler Jr. chessler@21st-centurymedia.com @MontcoCourtNews on Twitter|

  • Entertainment

    MOVIE REVIEW: ‘It’ terrifies at first, then clowns too much

    The more clowning around “It” does, the less scary it is.

    By Mark Meszoros mmeszoros@news-herald.com @MarkMeszoros on Twitter|

  • Entertainment

    Legendary guitarist Mike Stern releases ‘Trip’; performs at Ardmore Music Hall

    One might surmise that Mike Stern titled his new album “Trip” to signify his lifelong musical journey, which included stints with Miles Davis, Jaco Pastorius and Steps Ahead as well as leading his own bands. You would be wrong.

    By Fern Brodkin For Digital First Media|

  • Food

    FOOD TRENDS: Shakshuka ... the new brunch darling

    When chef John Gorham put shakshuka on the menu at Portland’s Tasty n Sons when it opened in 2010, the dish was virtually unknown in the United States. You might spot this breakfast entree of poached eggs nestled in a savory, not-too-spicy tomato-pepper stew at an Israeli or Middle Eastern restaurant, but shakshuka was far from a weekend brunch staple.

    By Jennifer Graue Special to Digital First Media|

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    Norristown couple hopes painted stones will soften hearts

    NORRISTOWN >> Physicians tout a heart-healthy diet to protect the most important muscle.

    By Katie Kohler For Digital First Media|

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    Cats and dogs displaced by Harvey arrive at Brandywine Valley SPCA

    WEST GOSHEN >> It’s raining cats and dogs at the West Chester Campus of the Brandywine Valley SPCA.

    By Bill Rettew brettew@dailylocal.com|

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    Driver of passenger vehicle killed in crash with school bus in Uwchlan

    UWCHLAN >> A driver was killed Tuesday morning following a car accident initially reported as serious, according to police.

    Digital First Media Staff Report|

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    Community pitches in to send RV to family in Houston

    KENNETT TOWNSHIP >> A local family is raised more than $5,000 in one day to get their recreational vehicle up and running, and it’ll be making a journey to Houston, Texas this week to aid a family of three who lost their home during the recent floods there.

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

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    Catholic high school teachers OK new one-year contract

    PHILADELPHIA >> Teachers in the 17 Archdiocese of Philadelphia high schools ratified a new one-year contract Tuesday, ending months of negotiating and any potential strike following the expiration of their last pact on Aug. 31.

    By Kevin Tustin ktustin@21st-centurymedia.com @KevinTustin on Twitter|

  • Entertainment

    CONCERT PREVIEW: 2 Cellos to bust music genre boundaries in Philly

    The classically trained Croatian duo 2 Cellos made a name for themselves for imaginatively rearranging modern songs.

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

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