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Phoenixville, Pottstown Drivers Face Troopers’ DUI Charges

EMBREEVILLE PA – Residents of Phoenixville and Pottstown were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol in separate and unrelated incidents reported Friday (May 20, 2022) by Pennsylvania State Police at the Troop J Barracks in Embreeville. Following a traffic stop. A 24-year-old Phoenixville man was arrested May...
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Police: Crash involving horse drawn wagon injures three women

East Lampeter Township Police were called to the 500 block of Musser School Road in Leola around 9:30 a.m. Saturday. When officers arrived, they found a crash involving a horse drawn wagon and a car. According to police, a Volkswagen Golf, driven by 86-year-old Margaret Robinson of Ephrata, was traveling...
EPHRATA, PA
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Check Your Tap Water; Pottstown to Start Hydrant Flushing

POTTSTOWN PA – Municipal drinking water customers in Pottstown Borough, and Lower, Upper, and West Pottsgrove townships, may have the color of their water affected by the annual spring daytime flushing of fire hydrants in Pottstown, the Borough Authority said. Flushing procedures are scheduled to begin Monday (May 23, 2022) and are likely to continue for five weeks, it reported.
POTTSTOWN, PA
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No gold rush but plenty of prosperity for PAC athletes on Day 2 of districts

EAST CALN >> Gold medals are nice, but advancement to a higher level of competition has its own benefit. That’s the mindset held by several Pioneer Athletic Conference athletes participating in the District 1 Class AAA championship meet Saturday. Along with the shiny medallions awarded to the high finishers at Coatesville High School went qualification for the PIAA’s Championship Meet later this week.
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Township Board OKs Liquor License for Royal Farms

LOWER POTTSGROVE PA – No one – neither members of the public, or members of Lower Pottsgrove’s Board of Commissioners – raised objections in a Thursday (May 19, 2022) public hearing to the inter-municipal transfer of a liquor license from an East Greenville restaurant to the Royal Farms convenience store proposed for Armand Hammer Boulevard.
EAST GREENVILLE, PA

Can You Help Parkesburg Police Locate This Wanted Person?

PARKESBURG, PA — The Parkesburg Borough Police Department is asking for the public’s help locating 35-year-old Andrea R. Fidanza. Authorities state that on May 18, 2022, Chester County Magisterial District Court 15-3-07 issued an arrest warrant for Fidanza after police were called to investigate an incident involving the defendant removing and transporting a juvenile without consent, or the authority to do so.
PARKESBURG, PA
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Lt. Governor John Fetterman released from hospital

LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) — Lt. Governor and Pennsylvania’s Democratic Senate Nominee John Fetterman was discharged from the hospital after he suffered a stroke. Fetterman released a statement following being released from the hospital on Sunday, May 22. Get daily news, weather, breaking news, and sports alerts straight to...
LANCASTER, PA

Fenner Precision Polymers Relocates Corporate Offices

MANHEIM, PA — Fenner™ Precision Polymers recently announced the move of its corporate offices. The new location in Manheim Township will be at 187 West Airport Road in Lititz, Pennsylvania. Approximately 100 of Fenner’s office staff are expected to move into the new offices beginning fall of 2022. Ongoing construction updates will be underway in the space through October. The company anticipates that the remaining corporate staff will have relocated to the new facility by end of 2022.
MANHEIM, PA
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Brecknock Elementary's 'Carbon Capture Kids' wind state STEM challenge

MOHNTON, Pa. – Their design for an emission-recycling freight truck won Brecknock students first place in the Pennsylvania State STEM Design Competition's division for grades 4-6. The students learned of their victory on Thursday during an online awards ceremony. “I was so excited to see our names on the screen,” said Aubrey Patton, “I still can’t believe it!”
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