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Hamburg fatal mock crash teaches teens dangers of distracted driving

By Lisa Mitchell|

DEP sets public hearing on Rolling Hills Landfill expansion

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection will host a public hearing to obtain comments regarding the Delaware County Solid Waste Authority’s Major Permit Modification Application to increase the capacity of the Rolling Hills Land...

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MOST RECENT STORIES

  • Exeter High School senior Elizabeth Good awarded PA American Water’s Stream of Learning Scholarship

    Pennsylvania American Water announced 12 students across Pennsylvania have been selected to receive Stream of Learning Scholarships, including Exeter Township Senior High School senior Elizabeth Good, who plans to attend Lafayette College to study biology.

    From Pennsylvania American Water|

  • Exeter May Days Awards recognize students; festival rescheduled to July 20-21

    The community committee for Exeter May Days announced on May 17 that due to the current weather patterns, most events will be moved to a weekend in July.

    From Exeter May Days Community Committee|

  • News

    Communities to host Memorial Day parades, services

    In celebration of Memorial Day, several area organizations will be holding celebrations to honor who died in active military service. The following is a list of area events that are currently planned to commemorate the day:

    Digital First Media|

  • Youth invited to Shoey Children’s Fair and Parade June 2

    “Let’s Make a Splash” is the theme of the 67th annual Shoemakersville’s Children’s Fair and Parade. The theme was chosen to honor the 50th anniversary of the community’s swimming pool.

    By Kolleen Long For Digital First Media|

  • News

    Philadelphia man sent to prison for role in Montco, Berks, Bucks marijuana ring

    NORRISTOWN >> While supporters of “a high-ranking member” of a cross-country marijuana trafficking ring downplayed his conduct as victimless and non-violent, a judge saw it differently.

    By Carl Hessler Jr. chessler@21st-centurymedia.com @MontcoCourtNews on Twitter|

  • Entertainment

    Downingtown Fine Arts Festival highlights holiday weekend

    For the fourth straight year, local and regional artists will meet in Downingtown to showcase their work. The Downingtown Fine Arts Festival will be held May 26 and 27 in the borough.

    By Phyllis Rowan For Digital First Media |

  • Entertainment

    Hawk Mountain Arts Tour features wide variety of art

    The 13th annual Hawk Mountain Arts Tour, held June 2 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., is a free self-guided driving tour held every year on the first Saturday in June. The self-guided driving tour winds about a 25-mile radius all within scenic Albany Township, this year with a satellite location at Hamburg Park.

    Submitted|

  • Food

    Potluck salads: New recipes in time for Memorial Day

    With the unofficial start of summer just days away, wondering what to bring to that next potluck, picnic or pool party? These tasty salads will have friends and family asking for seconds … and the recipes.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

  • Entertainment

    EAT & DRINK: Kick off summer with local new eats, plenty of refreshments

    Beer and strawberries and fundraisers, oh my! But first, here’s what’s new on the restaurant scene.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

  • Food

    QUICK COOK: Mini croque monsieurs make grilled cheese even better

    In France, croque monsieurs are served in cafes and bars as a snack. Every food seems to taste better in its French derivation and these grilled ham and cheese sandwiches are no exception. The difference is a rich bechamel, a white sauce made from a roux base (a cooked butter-and-flour paste) and flavored with nutmeg. I add fresh lemon, too.

    By Bibby Gignilliat Special to Digital First Media|

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