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Murder in Malvern: Collegeville man charged with killing friend

By JEREMY GERRARD jgerrard@21st-centurymedia.com|

Candidate pitches nearly complete, voters ready to head to polls Tuesday

NORRISTOWN — The candidates’ speeches are nearly completed and voters are preparing to head to the polls to cast ballots in Tuesday’s general election....

By Carl Hessler Jr. chessler@pottsmerc.com|

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    Phoenixville linebacker Zack Gallow (42) takes off downfield after intercepting a pass against Quakertown.

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  • General news

    Unbeaten Packers survive Lions in OT

    CHARLESTOWN - The Little Brothers Packers used a five-yard touchdown run in overtime by Tre Davis to defeat the Lions, 6-0, to defeat the Lions and complete a perfect 11-0 Phoenixville Marian Youth Club (PMYC) football season Nov. 17 afternoon at Charlestown Park.

    By Barry Sankey Sports Editor bsankey@21st-century media.com|

  • General news

    PHOTOS: Collegeville navy pilot receives Hero’s Welcome on return from deployment

    UPPER MERION — Lt. Richard Dugan arrived at the 9-11 Memorial in King of Prussia Thursday evening, Nov. 14, after a 10-month deployment in Syria. A Hero’s Welcome and a Warrior’s Watch joined family and friends to greet Dugan on arrival, followed by a motorcycle escort back to his home in Collegeville.

    By 21st-Century Media |

  • General news

    Phoenixville School Board moves to acquire Meadow Brook Golf Club through eminent domain

    PHOENIXVILLE — With a majority of board members feeling they were out of options for a site for a new school building, the Phoenixville Area School Board voted Thursday to acquire Meadow Brook Golf Club through eminent domain.

    By Frank Otto fotto@pottsmerc.com|

  • General news

    Prosecutor: Skippack teen should be tried as adult for alleged murder of girlfriend

    NORRISTOWN — A 17-year-old Skippack boy is not amenable to treatment in juvenile court and should be prosecuted in adult court for the alleged stabbing death of his girlfriend, prosecutors contend.

    By CARL HESSLER JR. chessler@21st-CenturyMedia.com|

  • Events

    Share the Joy 5K raising funds for Ugandan mission wells

    On Nov. 30, Valley Forge Baptist Church in Collegeville will hosting the Share the Joy 5K Run and 1-mile Fun Walk, with the proceeds from the race going towards building free fresh water wells in Uganda, Africa. Missionary Lawrence Lantz, a member of Valley Forge Baptist Church, and his family have been living and working in Uganda for eight years. The Lantz family is currently back in America, and will return to Uganda in May with the money raised from the race to have wells built.

    By Justin Finneran Editor@PhoenixvilleNews.com|

  • Neighborhood News

    Spring City woman thanks those who rebuilt her home

    “This home does not belong to me, it belongs to the community,” Donna Hirst said of her house at 123 Bridge Street in Spring City, which was ravaged by a fire in March of 2011 only to be rebuilt by volunteers from the community.

    By Justin Finneran Editor@PhoenixvilleNews.com|

  • Social affairs

    RSVP’s 40th Anniversary – A Celebration of Volunteerism

    On November 6 RSVP of Montgomery County celebrated their 40th Anniversary with a party at Presidential Caterers in East Norriton. The public was invited to celebrate the role of RSVP in our community and learn how volunteerism has impacted our more vulnerable community members in profound ways.

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  • General news

    Girls Soccer: Spring-Ford falls short of state title in OT game

    HERSHEY - Spring-Ford’s goal of a Class AAA state championship in girls soccer came up short Nov. 16 at Hersheypark Stadium.

    By Barry Sankey Sports Editor bsankey@21st-century media.com|

  • General news

    Man arrested for robbing Phoenixville bank twice

    PHOENIXVILLE — Thanks in part to tips from the public, a Delaware County man has been charged with robbing the same Phoenixville bank twice this year.

    By Frank Otto fotto@21st-CenturyMedia.com|