In Other News

Ram band continues winning ways

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Spring-Ford High announces National Merit Scholarship students

ROYERSFORD – The Spring-Ford Area School District is proud to announce that two of its Spring-Ford Area Senior High School students have been named Semi-Finalists, and another five were specially honored in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program....

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  • Crime

    Phoenixville Middle School teacher charged with possession of child porn

    (Updated 4:30 p.m.) PHOENIXVILLE — Phoenixville Area Middle School teacher Kenneth Ford Hamilton Jr. faces 13 felony charges of child pornography after a Pennsylvania State Police investigation that began in October.

    By Eileen Faust and Frank Otto efaust@pottsmerc.com, fotto@pottsmerc.com|

  • General news

    Phantoms girls soccer team cited for academic excellence

    Phoenixville was one of four Pioneer Athletic Conference girls soccer programs that were recently honored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America with the National Team Academic Award for exemplary performance in the classroom for the 2012-13 school year.

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  • General news

    Local Calendar for Dec. 6-14

    Friday, Dec. 6BOYS BASKETBALL

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  • Men's soccer

    Bicentennial honors two local Devon Prep soccer players

    Two area Devon Prep student-athletes have been honored by the Bicentennial League.

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  • Men's sports

    Kennedy finishes strong at Bloomsburg

    Phoenixville resident Chris Kennedy is completing an outstanding football career at Bloomsburg University.

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  • Women's field hockey

    Bolles sisters help UConn field hockey champs

    The University of Connecticut defeated Duke, 2-0, to capture the NCAA Division I field hockey national championship on Nov. 24 at Old DominionUniversity in Norfolk, Va.

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  • Opinion

    Think about it - Less is More

    “Fear less, hope more; eat less, chew more; whine less, breathe more; talk less, say more; love more, and all good things will be yours.”

    By Don Meyer, Ph.D. Columnist|

  • College sports

    College Corner: Former Phantoms Deyo, Keys, DiFebbo continue hoops

    MEN’SBASKETBALLAt Division III Alvernia University in Reading, Harrison Deyo (Phoenixville) scored 10 points and pulled down eight rebounds as his team defeated Johns Hopkins, 81-65, on Nov. 20.

    By Sam Stewart For 21st Century Media |

  • Sports

    Football: North Penn defeats Perkiomen Valley

    TOWAMENCIN - Perkiomen Valley’s Cinderella football season came to a halt Friday night at Crawford Stadium.

    Barry Sankey
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  • Government and politics

    Area entities honored at County Commissioners’ Phoenixville meeting

    The Chester County Commissioners came to Phoenixville Borough Hall on the evening of November 20 for the final installment of their ‘On the Road’ series of public meetings. In addition to discussing and approving County government business, commissioners Terence Farrell, Kathi Cozzone and Ryan Costello recognized local organizations and citizens who contribute to the Phoenixville region.

    Justin Finneran
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