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Spring-Ford artists bring home awards from two shows

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AG: Montgomery County car dealerships violated consumer protection laws

NORRISTOWN >> The Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General filed a lawsuit in Montgomery County Court Wednesday against three county car dealerships and their president, alleging deceptive business practices, selling cars at inflated prices and s...

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    Spring-Ford board member balks at special ed hire

    ROYERSFORD >> The decision to hire a new special education teacher in the Spring-Ford Area School District did not come without its share of controversy.

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    Phoenixville man faces charges after police find cocaine in home

    PHOENIXVILLE >> Police arrested a Phoenixville man after a search warrant led them to a stash of packaged crack cocaine.

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    Spring-Ford artists bring home awards from two shows

    ROYERSFORD >> Three talented Spring-Ford Area High School art students recently placed in top spots in two local art shows.

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    Phoenixville native hopes his ‘Hunger Games’ speaking part inspires local youth

    PHOENIXVILLE >> Phoenixville native Charles Kronmuller, a pilot by trade, recently found his way into the blockbuster franchise “The Hunger Games,” playing a pilot on the big screen.

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    Collegeville native begins service aboard advanced amphibious Naval warship

    A 2010 Hill School graduate and Collegeville native is serving aboard the USS New Orleans (LPD 18), one of the Navy’s newest and most advanced amphibious ships, designed to deliver Marines and their equipment to and from war zones.

    By Chris Laurent Chief Mass Communications Specialist, Navy Office of Community Outreach Public Affairs |

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    Collegeville police seek help identifying knife-wielding Wawa robber

    COLLEGEVILLE >> The Collegeville Police Department is investigating a robbery at the Wawa located on E. Main Street, which occurred Sunday, March 22 at 3:35 p.m.

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    Board lobbies Harrisburg for fair funding formula

    ROYERSFORD >> Local school officials are urging lawmakers in Harrisburg to find a way to fund public education more fairly.

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    Five dogs rescued from Limerick house fire

    LIMERICK >> Limerick firefighters helped rescue five dogs from a house fire on the 200 block of North Township Line Road Monday night. No injuries were reported.

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    Phoenixville School District to file eminent domain documents for property

    PHOENIXVILLE >> Officials in the Phoenixville Area School District are trying to finish buying up pieces of land needed to prepare for the new Early Learning Center and Elementary School construction project.

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