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Unknown soldiers of Revolutionary War honored at Ellis Woods cemetery

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Phoenixville assistant superintendent to step down

Phoenixville >> A key member of the Phoenixville Area School District’s administration will be leaving at the end of the school year. ...

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    Trappe Memorial Day Parade remembers fallen heroes

    On Monday, hundreds of community members joined their friends and family to watch the annual Trappe Memorial Day Parade. A group of veterans led the procession, which began at Augustus Lutheran Church and ended at Water Works Park. Antique cars and trucks also joined in the ceremony, giving rides to the many veterans who participated in the procession.

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    Unknown soldiers of Revolutionary War honored at Ellis Woods cemetery

    East Coventry >> Tucked away in a tiny grove just off Ellis Woods Road lies a row of round military-style grave markers sticking up from the ground. In front sits a large, granite boulder with a weathered copper plaque attached. It reads that this small, sloping plot of land, surrounded on three sides by tall trees, is the final resting place of 17 Revolutionary War soldiers whose names have long been forgotten. Their memories, and more importantly, what they contributed in the...

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    Spring-Ford approves $145M budget, 2 percent tax hike

    Royersford >> Spring-Ford Area School Board member Tom DiBello said Tuesday’s approval of a proposed final budget was just to follow state rules — the real work was still to come.

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    Phoenixville assistant superintendent to step down

    Phoenixville >> A key member of the Phoenixville Area School District’s administration will be leaving at the end of the school year.

    By Eric Devlin edevlin@21st-centurymedia.com @Eric_Devlin on Twitter |

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    Facetime Theatre cuts loose in ‘Footloose’ at Ursinus

    Collegeville >> There’s no cutting loose in the small town in “Footloose.” Dancing is outlawed, which newcomer Ren can’t believe. He’s a city kid, an outsider who struggles to fit in. He eventually makes a couple of friends and catches the eye of the preacher’s daughter. Can he and the other kids then convince the town to let them dance?

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    EDITORIAL: Pennsylvania pension time bomb: Tick, tick ...

    The ticking time bomb that is tucked inside the Pennsylvania budget has not detonated – yet.

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    Death of Royersford woman struck by train in Devon ruled suicide

    WEST CHESTER >> The Chester County coroner has ruled the death Wednesday night of a woman a suicide, it was announced Thursday.

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    Phoenixville community recognizes Memorial Day with services in Reeves Park

    Phoenixville American Legion Post 482 and Phoenixville VFW Post 1564 recognized Memorial Day with services in Reeves Park.

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    Spring City American Legion post holds annual services in Black Rock Cemetery

    Spring City American Legion Post 602 held its annual Memorial Day services in Black Rock Cemetery Monday, May 25.

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    Kiwanis Club of Phoenixville holds annual Patriotic Celebration

    The Kiwanis Club of Phoenixville held its annual Patriotic Celebration in Reeves Park Friday, May 22.

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