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Bill Cosby seeks more time to find new lawyer for sex assault trial

NORRISTOWN >> Entertainer Bill Cosby has asked a judge for more time to find a new lawyer for his sex assault trial as another member of his legal team requests to withdraw from the case, according to court papers. ...

By Carl Hessler Jr. @MontcoCourtNews on Twitter|


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    Phoenixville sees rising enrollments as new school prepares to open

    PHOENIXVILLE >> As school officials prepare to open the new Manavon Elementary School/Phoenixville Area Early Learning Center for the new school year, they are also keeping any eye on enrollments.

    By Evan Brandt @PottstownNews on Twitter|

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    New law tightens protections for dogs in Pa.

    The Humane Society of the United States, Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association, as well as state and local rescues have warned for years of the dangers of the chronic chaining or tethering of dogs.

    By Loretta Rodgers For Digital First Media|

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    McDonald’s partners with UberEATS to deliver food in Montgomery and Chester counties

    For anyone who has ever thought and wished that McDonald’s should deliver, consider your wish partially granted.

    By Michael Sneff|

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    Prosecutor in Bill Cosby trial leaving Montgomery County D.A.’s Office

    NORRISTOWN >> Montgomery County Assistant District Attorney Kristen Feden, who is part of the team that is prosecuting entertainer Bill Cosby on sex assault charges, is leaving the district attorney’s office effective Aug. 15 for a new job.

    By Carl Hessler Jr. @MontcoCourtNews on Twitter|

  • Entertainment

    The Infamous Stringdusters play the Philly Folk Festival

    Critically acclaimed and award winning, The Infamous Stringdusters, featuring Andy Hall (dobro), Andy Falco (guitar), Chris Pandolfi (banjo), Jeremy Garrett (fiddle), and Travis Book (double bass) have gone to painstaking efforts to secure their presence as a major player in the indie blue grass scene. The group will be at the Philadelphia Folk Festival on Aug. 18.

    By Rob Nagy For Digital First Media|

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    Variety Club hosts annual prom in Worcester

    WORCESTER>>The day had started with professional makeovers and now here they were looking resplendent in their carefully applied makeup and sparkly dresses just minutes into their big night.

    By Gary Puleo @MustangMan48 on Twitter|

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    East Norriton man convicted of smuggling heroin in car batteries

    NORRISTOWN >> An East Norriton man showed no emotion Thursday as a jury determined he transported heroin in retrofitted car batteries from Atlanta to New York City, via Montgomery County.

    By Carl Hessler Jr. @MontcoCourtNews on Twitter|

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    Cops: No evidence W. Goshen killing motivated by Trump hatred

    Police and prosecutors have offered no evidence that the fatal shooting of a Republican activist by his next-door neighbor in West Goshen was politically motivated, despite online stories that strongly suggest his assailant was inspired by hatred of President Donald Trump.

    By Michael Rubinkam The Associated Press|

  • Business

    Malvern area biopharma takes steps to grow company

    EAST WHITELAND >> A Malvern area biopharmaceutical company announced two moves this week designed to help the company grow.

    By Brian McCullough @wcdailylocal on Twitter|

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    EAT & DRINK: New restaurant, brewhouse taking shape in Phoenixville area, and more regional eats

    Work is under way on two new Phoenixville restaurants: Morrell Park, “a casual counter-service café,” and Rebel Hill Brewing Company, a seven-barrel brewhouse.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media|

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