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THE TABLE: Tulip Time in Holland and Philadelphia

By Bette Banjack|

Brandywine Flight School’s new owner takes new pilots under his wing

WEST GOSHEN >> Be passionate about your work and every day is a dream. That is the philosophy adopted by Stephen Richards, who a year ago retired from his job and took ownership of Brandywine Flight School. ...

By Pete Bannan @petebannan on Twitter|


  • News

    Stella fails to deliver snowmageddon; sleet, ice more of a concern

    That blizzard of 2017 we all heard about never fully materialized.

    Staff Report|

  • News

    Storm cuts Red Cross blood supply short, donations needed

    The American Red Cross is calling for all eligible blood and platelet donors to make an appointment to give to help offset the weather-related shortfall in donations.

    Digital First Media|

  • News

    Guilty plea in shooting that injured Coatesville teen

    WEST CHESTER >> The brother of a reputed violent street gang leader from Coatesville has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from an open-air shootout in the city that inadvertently left a teenager wounded.

    By Michael P. Rellahan @ChescoCourtNews on Twitter|

  • Business

    Sears Outlet set to open in Phoenixville

    PHOENIXVILLE >> Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores Inc. will open a new store Thursday in the Phoenixville Plaza Shopping Center on Nutt Road.

    By Brian McCullough @wcdailylocal on Twitter|

  • Sports

    Kutztown pitcher, National Guard member Hultz blends life as student-athlete-soldier

    Command is an attribute most pitchers need to succeed at the college level.

    By Darryl Grumling For Digital First Media @DarrylGrumling on Twitter|

  • Breaking News

    Pittsburgh jury to weigh Bill Cosby’s fate

    NORRISTOWN >> Entertainer Bill Cosby and his lawyers may have gotten exactly what they wanted - the chance to select jurors from the Pittsburgh area for the actor’s upcoming trial on charges he allegedly sexually assaulted a woman at his Cheltenham mansion in 2004.

    By Carl Hessler Jr. @MontcoCourtNews on Twitter|

  • News

    Jurors from Pittsburgh area to decide Bill Cosby’s fate

    HARRISBURG >> Entertainer Bill Cosby’s fate will be in the hands of jurors from Allegheny County when he stands trial this summer for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman at his Cheltenham mansion in 2004, according to a state court decision.

    By Carl Hessler Jr. @MontcoCourtNews on Twitter|

  • News

    State, local agencies prepare for blizzard

    Ahead of a Nor’easter expected to dump up to 2 feet of snow across the tri-county area, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed a proclamation of disaster emergency and deployed members of the National Guard to help in the response, while state and local officials braced for the storm.

    By Eric Devlin @Eric_Devlin on Twitter|

  • News

    PECO prepared for major winter storm

    With more than a foot of heavy, wet snow and high winds forecasted to hit the region during the next 48 hours, PECO is ready. More than 3,000 employees and contractors are prepared to respond to customer needs, repair potential storm damage, and safely restore service as quickly as possible.

    Staff Report|

  • Winter weather

    LIVE: Get updates and photos from your neighborhood as snow hammers the area

    Here we go again. There’s supposed to be some snow today. Well, a lot of snow. Here’s your best place to find conditions around the county. Tweet your photos and updated using #ChescoSnow and follow along.


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