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Phoenixville eyeing 30 acres for new school

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Spring-Ford will allow teacher who wrestles as a Nazi to remain in class

A Spring-Ford School District sixth-grade teacher investigated by the district for his side job as a professional wrestler in which he portrays a Nazi will continue to teach there this school year. ...

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    Spay and Save: Casey is a special boy who needs a home

    Casey is male, 1 to 2-years-old, and previously neutered. He was found wondering in South Philadelphia. He is super friendly, gets along with other cats but needs to be slowly introduced to a dog as he does not seem too fond of them. ONLY apply if you are able to commit to a lifetime for this special boy.

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    21st Riverfront Blues Festival to be held in Wilmington

    All that activity you’ve been seeing by the Christina Riverfront means it’s almost time for the Riverfront Blues Festival in Tubman-Garrett Park.

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    PHOTOS: Kimberton Fair returns for 90th year

    KIMBERTON >> The 90th edition of the Kimberton Community Fair concludes Saturday, July 28. There’s lots to see and do at this local tradition, featuring an old-fashioned country fair. In addition to the rides and food, there’s a 4-H livestock competitions, home living exhibition, crowning of the Fair Queen, a Baby Contest and live entertainment. The fairgrounds are located off 762 Pike Springs Road. All proceeds benefit the Kimberton Volunteer Fire Company.

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    Event submissions: Send to editor@phoenixvillenews.com a week prior to publication. Note “Phoenix Calendar” in the subject.

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    Mosquito spraying for Collegeville, Upper Providence postponed to July 30

    The mosquito spraying scheduled for Wednesday evening has been rescheduled due to anticipated bad weather.

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    Free KI pills to be distributed to those near power plants

    The Pennsylvania Department of Health will offer free potassium iodide, or KI, tablets on Thursday, Aug. 9, to Pennsylvanians who live or work within 10 miles of the state’s five nuclear power plants, including the Limerick Generating Station. Those picking up tablets will receive specific instructions from community health nurses on-site on how many tablets they should take.

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    Go Schuylkill Greenways: Lock 60 pedal & paddle, movie night

    Come out Thursday to see a group of 15 people explore the historic Lock 60 in Mont Clare through a special bike pedal and kayak paddle event. You’re also welcome to attend the free Movie Night by the River happening at Fitzwater Station in Phoenixville.

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    Fire Company gets an assist with new tower ladder

    LIMERICK >> In the event of a fire in an assisted living facility, with elderly residents trapped on an upper floor, it’s crucial that fire companies have a rapid and safe way to rescue them.

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    Blankets donated to cancer center at Phoenixville Hospital

    Phoenixville >> Subaru Loves to Care, LLS and participating Subaru retailer, Piazza Subaru, together provided blankets and messages of hope to patients undergoing cancer treatment at the Cancer Center at Phoenixville Hospital. Visitors to Piazza Subaru recently had the chance to share personalized messages of hope to patients at Phoenixville Hospital, which were delivered alongside blankets to provide comfort and warmth as they continue their fight against cancer. Those who wrote a...

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    Phoenixville Police respond to 98 incidents in three days

    PHOENIXVILLE >> Phoenixville Police responded to 98 calls for service including seven traffic accidents between June 13 and June 16. The following is summary of notable incidents as reported by Phoenixville Police:

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