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Student At Coatesville Area Senior High School Stabbed 6 Times During Fight

COATESVILLE, Pa. (CBS) — A student is recovering after getting stabbed multiple times inside a high school in Chester County. The suspect, 16-year-old Oddell Cannon, surrendered to police without incident Tuesday. The victim is fortunately expected to survive after undergoing surgery. His mother says her son is never stepping foot in Coatesville Area High School again. “You want your son to learn and this is what they have to deal with?” mother Jacquelyn Prouse said. Prouse says her 16-year-old son sophomore, Mickey Rayner, is recovering after being stabbed six times, including in his neck, shoulder, side and multiple times in the back. It happened Tuesday...
COATESVILLE, PA
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Delaware Park hopes schedule changes lead to benefits for new ownership

John Mooney said you can expect the racing product at Delaware Park to remain the same under new ownership, but when you consume it will change. The Stanton track opens its 85th season of live racing Wednesday with an 8-race card under the wing of new owners Clairvest Group and Rubico Gaming LLC, a Canadian private equity farm that bought the track from the Rickman family after 34 years last fall.
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Reading Real Estate Development Chair Removed After Using Racial Slur

The man appointed to oversee real estate development in Reading is out of a job after using a racial slur. WITF’s Anthony Orozco has the details. Read the full story at: https://www.witf.org/2022/05/20/reading-city-council-removes-head-of-redevelopment-authority-over-racial-slur/. (Original air-date: 5/24/22)
READING, PA
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Eastern Pa. student stabbed 9 times following fight in school bathroom

A student at Coatesville Area Senior High School was stabbed Tuesday morning in the school’s bathroom, and police have launched a manhunt for the suspect. Police are looking for Oddell Cannon, 16, and have filed charges of attempted murder as a result of a fight that took place at Coatesville Area Senior High School, in which authorities said he stabbed a 16-year-old sophomore nine times. He is being charged as an adult, authorities said.
COATESVILLE, PA
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High school student stabbed in Chester County

COATESVILLE, Pa. — A Chester County high school sophomore is recovering after being stabbed at school. The incident happened on Tuesday morning at Coatesville Area Senior High School. The victim, 16-year-old Mickey Rayner, was stabbed repeatedly in the neck, arm, side and back. Police are actively looking for 16-year-old...
CHESTER COUNTY, PA
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Epic comeback powers Downingtown East past surging Unionville in OT

UWCHLAN >> After opening a two goal lead with just over two minutes left in regulation, the Unionville student section started chanting: ‘It’s all over.’ But if anybody should understand that anything is possible in this boys’ lacrosse season, it would be the Longhorn faithful, who’ve watched in delight Unionville’s shocking Cinderella run to the District 1 3A Semifinal.
DOWNINGTOWN, PA
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James Bernadin, Victor Padilla, James Martin Get Wins at 2300 Arena

James Bernadin took an eight-round unanimous Decision over Kenny Robles to capture the NBA Americas Junior Welterweight title in the featured bout at The 2300 Arena. The exciting four-bout card was promoted by King's Promotions. Bernadin tried to impose his will by trying to land hard shots. Robles was able...
PHILADELPHIA, PA
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Penn Charter’s second-half surge sinks Hill School in PAISAA semis

EAST FALLS >> The Penn Charter girls lacrosse team started the first half strong. The Quakers couldn’t finish the first 25 minutes the same way. After letting an early four-goal lead slip away, No. 1 Penn Charter built another four-goal advantage against No. 4 Hill School in the second half of Tuesday’s PAISAA semifinal.
PHILADELPHIA, PA
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DELCO Careers — CCRES

CCRES invites qualified candidates to submit credentials for its education-related openings. CCRES, Downingtown, specializes in providing over 1,500 professional, dedicated staff members to meet the needs of children and adults challenged by autism, behavioral health issues, mental illness, intellectual/developmental disabilities, and physical disabilities. It works in collaboration with school districts, intermediate units, and the behavioral health system.
DOWNINGTOWN, PA
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Troopers: Truck Hit House in Speed-Related Accident

Two separate and unrelated motor vehicle accidents reported Tuesday (May 24, 2022) by Pennsylvania State Police led them to issue citations to drivers from Pennsburg and Valley Forge for traffic-related offenses. No one was injured in either incident, but in one collision a truck struck a house, and in the other the force of impact disabled the vehicles involved.
VALLEY FORGE, PA

Chester County Chamber Foundation Seeks Sponsorships for Its Summer Solstice Celebration on June 21

The Chester County Chamber Foundation is seeking sponsorships for its Summer Solstice Celebration on Tuesday, June 21 from 5-8 PM at The Inn at Grace Winery in Glen Mills. The Chester County Chamber Foundation is a nonprofit committed to supporting the mission of the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry by preserving and promoting healthy and sustainable commerce in Chester County for the benefit of all members of the community. The foundation aims to enhance the quality of life throughout Chester County by focusing on education, workforce development, youth development, and leadership.
CHESTER COUNTY, PA
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Devon Horse Show and Country Fair returns after two-year absence [Events roundup]

The following events are planned for the week ahead throughout the region:. • After a two-year pandemic-induced hiatus, the Devon Horse Show & Country Fair returns this year, running Thursday through June 5 at 23 Dorset Road, Devon. Prior to the pandemic, the Devon Horse Show had been held annually since 1896 and is regarded as both the oldest and largest outdoor multi-breed horse competition in the United States. In 1919, the Devon Country Fair was established as the philanthropic arm of the organization to raise money for Bryn Mawr Hospital, while providing the community with fun-filled family activities. The Horse Show is ongoing throughout the day and evening and is held rain or shine. Gates open daily at approximately 8 a.m. and close at approximately 10 p.m.The Country Fair area opens about 10 a.m. for many food booths, the midway and shopping. The first Sunday the gates open at 11 a.m. and Horse Show classes will start at noon. The final Sunday, the show ends at approximately 3 p.m. and is immediately followed by a plant sale. For ticket options, a rundown of special events including Devon After Dark parties and more information, visit devonhorseshow.net.
DEVON, PA
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Tuesday Truck Fire Blocks Armand Hammer Exit Ramp

LOWER POTTSGROVE PA – A fire broke out Tuesday (May 24, 2022) shortly before 2 p.m. at the left rear side of a pick-up truck that was exiting westbound U.S. Route 422 at its Armand Hammer Boulevard interchange. The driver and sole occupant of the involved vehicle, a black-colored four-door Chevrolet Avalanche, escaped injury. The truck, however, was severely damaged and needed to be towed away.

Kickstart Initiative from West Chester-Based IT Edge Provides Digital Marketing for Startups

IT Edge recently sponsored the Chester County Economic Development Council’s Breakfast Briefing entitled “The First Dollar: Raising Venture Capital for Your Startup.”. Whether it’s a website for a small business or cloud computing for bigger clients, IT Edge has pretty much experienced it all during its 30-plus years of providing comprehensive network and computer solutions in the Greater West Chester area.
WEST CHESTER, PA
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District 1 Class 3A Girls Lacrosse: Galica sends Conestoga past Radnor into district final

TREDYFFRIN — Kate Galica was named the Central League’s Most Valuable Player this spring. The Conestoga junior validated the according of that honor to her Tuesday with her performance in a District 1 Class 3A semifinal with Radnor. The midfielder was a one-woman scoring machine for the Pioneers as they rolled over the Raptors, 12-4, at Conestoga’s Teamer Field.
CONESTOGA, PA
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