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  1. Customers Bank, JPMorgan plan to add Philly-area branches as other banks cutRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 12 | Philly.com

    Luvleen Sidhu, president of BankMobile, a unit of Customers Bank. Her father, Jay S. Sidhu, is chief executive of Customers; he also headed the former Sovereign Bancorp, once the largest lender based in eastern Pennsylvania.

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  2. In Chester County, hundreds of homes to rise near historic Greystone HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 6 | Philly.com

    More than 400 acres of land, the largest remaining undeveloped tract in West Goshen Township, Chester County, were sold last month to make way for hundreds of houses in a deal that was a decade in the making. But the origin of the $38 million sale of land surrounding the historic Greystone Hall traces to the 1950s, when the Jerrehian family, its owners, first started courting developers.

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  3. In Phoenixville, a rancher and a historic schoolhouse rolled up in oneRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 4 | Philly.com

    Dore Dabback, who grew up on a dairy farm in East Vincent, persuaded husband Pete to take a chance on a ranch house in Phoenixville. After decades of elbow grease, the property has become a venue for house tours, concerts and political events.

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  4. Medical marijuana store slated for City Ave. retail stripRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 28 | Philly.com

    Cure Pennsylvania, which runs dispensaries in Phoenixville and Lancaster, won zoning approval last month to set up in a former Jennifer Convertible showroom at 4502 City Ave. It expects to open on the Philadelphia side of the corridor, across from Lord & Taylor, sometime in October. Cure had originally planned to operate in Fort Washington, but the costs to remediate the Montgomery County site - which was in a flood zone - had skyrocketed forcing it to relocate.

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  5. In Phoenixville, Pa. millennials, empty-nesters seek same lifestyleRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2018 | Philly.com

    When Peter Urscheler moved to Phoenixville in 2006, he hung out in Manayunk and Conshohocken, the trendy places where his friends and coworkers lived. Every once in awhile, the group would go out to Phoenixville's Iron Hill Brewery, but the downtown strip in the Chester County borough consisted of little else.

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  6. A transgender woman finds support where she least expected - from a Montgomery County church and townRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 26, 2018 | Philly.com

    Kristin E, Holmes is a general assignment reporter in the suburbs. She has worked at the Inquirer since 1982.

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  7. Phoenixville's Blobfest returns as the movie that inspired it turns 60Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 11, 2018 | Philly.com

    When art director Bill Jersey reflects on the making of The Blob , the cultish 1958 film in which a young Steve McQueen saves his town from a huge, gooey, people-eating blob , what he treasures most is not the cinematography but the close-knit community of Phoenixville that brought the movie to life. "It [was] a kind of wonderful sort of community experience about something that probably [didn't] have any great significance socially, cosmologically, etymologically, or any other logically," says Jersey.

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  8. Phoenixville's Blobfest returns as the movie that inspired it turns 60Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 11, 2018 | Philly.com

    When art director Bill Jersey reflects on the making of The Blob , the cultish 1958 film in which a young Steve McQueen saves his town from a huge, gooey, people-eating blob , what he treasures most is not the cinematography but the close-knit community of Phoenixville that brought the movie to life. "It [was] a kind of wonderful sort of community experience about something that probably [didn't] have any great significance socially, cosmologically, etymologically, or any other logically," says Jersey.

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  9. Like your organic food? Pennsylvania's young farmers are growing itRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 11, 2018 | Philly.com

    Mary Benton, along with her 10-month-old daughter Isabelle, restrings an electric fence at the "Snouts and Sprouts" Farm in Pottstown, Pa., on Wednesday, June 27, 2018. While he was studying political science at West Chester University six years ago, Frank Kurylo pondered some career options.

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  10. Philadelphia's summer festivals from Wawa Welcome America and Odunde...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2018 | Philly.com

    Iya Olakunbe Oludia, a member of the Wilmington, Delaware chapter of the Ifa religion, leads a procession down Grays Ferry Avenue during the Odunde festival, June 11th, 2017. Summer is finally upon us - did anyone think it would take this long? - and with it, plenty of exciting festivals to keep you busy on weekends.

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  11. Pa. towns are saving millions by teaming up to buy LED lights. Could it be a national model?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 29, 2018 | Philly.com

    Lansdale Township, Montgomery County replaced its streetlights with LED lights in a collective purchasing program through the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. The new lights shone at this month's classic car parade.

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  12. Pa. towns are saving millions by teaming up to buy LED lights. Could it be a national model?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 29, 2018 | Philly.com

    Lansdale Township, Montgomery County replaced its streetlights with LED lights in a collective purchasing program through the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. The new lights shone at this month's classic car parade.

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  13. A reader gave Eric a job. What about others like him? | Ronnie PolaneczkyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 28, 2018 | Philly.com

    Ronnie Polaneczky, a journalist for 30 years, is a Metro columnist at the Daily News, where she has won numerous journalism awards for listening to the city she loves and telling its stories in ways that get to the heart of who we are. She is the 2015 winner of the Eugene C. Pulliam Journalism Fellowship for her coverage of elderly parents who are still responsible for the care of their intellectually disabled, aging children.

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  14. Craig LaBan's cheese of the month: MaysiolaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2018 | Philly.com

    Craig LaBan has been the restaurant critic and drink columnist for the Inquirer since 1998. He has won awards from the James Beard Foundation and Association of Food Journalists.

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  15. Field-Tested Travel Tip: Back in time with Retro RoadmapRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2018 | Philly.com

    While taking road trips around the United States, we love coming across mom-and-pop businesses - like old-fashioned bakeries and roadside motels - that have been in the same family for generations. Beth Lennon has made it her life's work to find such places; better known online by her alter ego "Mod Betty," she's the engaging writer behind RetroRoadmap.com , whose tagline is "cool vintage places and retro fun."

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  16. Love City Brewing is budding beer district's latestRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2018 | Philly.com

    Craig LaBan has been the restaurant critic and drink columnist for the Inquirer since 1998. He has won awards from the James Beard Foundation and Association of Food Journalists.

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  17. Pottstown took on the YMCA - and won. They're saving themselves along the way. | Maria PanaritisRead the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2018 | Philly.com

    There were a lot of heroes in the rescue of one of the Philadelphia region's soon-to-close YMCAs. But none as important as Phoenixville-raised Chuck Gulati. 3 comments

  18. 'Road Rules' alum Brian Lancaster, a Havertown native, died of accidental drug overdoseRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2018 | Philly.com

    Havertown native Brian Lancaster, who competed on MTV's Road Rules in the 1990s, died of an accidental overdose in Phoenixville last month , the Chester County Coroner's Office announced today. He was 43. Fentanyl, heroin, and alcohol were found in the former reality TV star's body at the time of his death in Phoenixville Hospital, according to a release.

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  19. Marijuana dispensaries flower in the Phila. regionRead the original story w/Photo

    May 3, 2018 | Philly.com

    Val Gorski, CFO of TerraVida Holistic Centers, stands behind the counter in the customer consultation at the Abington dispensary on Old York Road. The medical marijuana dispensary opened April 26. Until this month, the Philadelphia-region  had only a trio of retailers.

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  20. Pa. takes over 9 nursing homes amid concerns about safety, stabilityRead the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2018 | Philly.com

    I write about the business side of health care, higher education, and the broader nonprofit sector, with occasional forays into the food and alcoholic beverage industries. The Pennsylvania Department of Health said Wednesday it had installed temporary management at nine nursing homes operated by Skyline Healthcare LLC after finding that the Wood-Ridge, N.J., company that took over at least 100 nursing homes in in seven states since 2015 "could no longer fiscally operate the facilities."

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