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  1. Montco prison guards charged in inmate assaultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 12 |

    Julie Shaw works on the Real Time News Desk for the Inquirer and the Daily News. During her 10-plus years at both papers, she has covered the courts, crime, immigration, and census stories.


  2. Doctors writing fruit and vegetable prescriptions to battle hungerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 4 |

    Alfred Lubrano works for the enterprise team. Previously, he wrote about poverty, and before that, he was a feature writer and columnist.


  3. The Rev. Charles Rice, 60, chaplain at Ursinus CollegeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 2 |

    The Rev. Charles Rice, 60, of Collegeville, a chaplain and assistant professor of religion and philosophy at Ursinus College, died Tuesday, April 25, of heart disease at Phoenixville Hospital.


  4. Philly man gets nearly 60 years in prison for robbery spreeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2017 |

    A federal judge on Thursday sentenced a 29-year-old Philadelphia man to 59 years in prison for a violent armed robbery spree in 2014. Cory D. Foster was convicted by a jury last May of committing three armed robberies of gas station convenience stores in Bucks, Montgomery, and Chester Counties and stealing a car at gunpoint during one robbery.


  5. Jack Harris, late producer of 'The Blob,' officially gets his own day in DowningtownRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 28, 2017 |

    A Philadelphia native born in 1918, Harris died of natural causes last week in his Beverly Hills, Calif., home at age 98. Now, following his death, March 15 will be known as "Jack Harris Day" in Downingtown, where The Blob was partly filmed back in the 50s. As the Daily Local News reports, Downingtown Mayor Josh Maxwell issued a proclamation following Harris' death last week giving the producer his day in the town.


  6. Letters: Can't take media's snow jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2017 |

    Explaining last week's bust of a blizzard with "accumulation forecasts that came too high" is beyond an understatement . That's part of the issue, but the bigger issue is the media coverage - the storm was being forecast as potentially "historic" and "life-threatening."


  7. Ex-aide at Conestoga High School gets jail time for sex with studentRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2017 |

    Christine Towers, 26, a former teacher's aide and coach at Conestoga High School, pleaded guilty Monday, March 6, 2017 to having sex with a student. A former teacher's aide and coach at Conestoga High School in Tredyffrin Township was sentenced to 11 to 23 months in jail Monday for a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old student she privately tutored.


  8. Boldly hoppy but not too bitter: Crowd Pleaser, a double IPA from Phoenixville's Stable 12Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2017 |

    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.


  9. From smoky pop-up to permanent pit stop: Uncle B's BBQ now settled in its latest Phoenixville homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2017 |

    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.


  10. Absent U.S. and Pa. law, towns taking LGBT bias statutes into own handsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 24, 2017 |

    Residents in Kennett Square, where officials are considering expanding discrimination protections to include sexual orientation and gender identity, are among those who have planted "Hate has no home here" in their yards. Rachel Stevenson was let go two weeks after she was hired as an account executive at a hotel company on the Main Line.


  11. Phillip Herout, 91, who broke the color line as a Montford Point MarineRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 21, 2017 |

    Phillip Herout, 91, of Philadelphia, one of the first African Americans to break the color line in 1942 by enlisting in the famous Montford Point Marines, and who made his life's work the telling of their story, died Sunday, Feb. 12, of heart failure at Phoenixville Hospital. After President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order #8802 in June 1941, requiring the armed forces to recruit African Americans, black recruits came out in droves to join the Marines.


  12. Oscar-nominated 'Joe's Violin' has a Philadelphia benefactorRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 20, 2017 |

    If there's any likelihood amid the Oscar race, it's that Joe's Violin - a modest, 24-minute film nominated for documentary short subject - will leave viewers in tears. The credit for the high-emotion film about a Holocaust survivor and an inner-city school girl goes to many, though one key player is Peter Kenney, the longtime Philadelphia ad-agency partner who is the film's executive producer.


  13. Better bus service likely for Roosevelt Blvd.Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 16, 2017 |

    They'll have a new look, a new route, and fancy new stops, and if all goes well, SEPTA's express buses on Roosevelt Boulevard should be up and running by fall. The Boulevard Direct Bus is just a proposal now, but is high on SEPTA's priority list for 2017, officials said.


  14. Commentary: Suburbs thriving - and attracting millennialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 6, 2017 |

    If you believe everything you read in the news, you might think that millennials are leaving the suburbs in droves for the wonders of the "big city." The reality is that suburbs like Chester County are doing just fine at attracting the next generation of workers.


  15. Baer: Pennsylvania's lousy unemployment comp messRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 24, 2017 |

    John Baer has written about politics and government for the Daily News since 1987. Neither subject ever fails to provide him with stories of policies and politicians walking on or skirting by paths to perdition.


  16. A new year of real estate stories; a new writer to cover themRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2017 |

    At right, the Phoenix Village apartments on Bridge Street in Phoenixville, which McCabe wrote about in her story on suburban apartments attracting millennials and downsizing baby boomers. At left, staff headshot of McCabe .


  17. Drink beer with Ben Franklin and 15 other things to do in Philly, January 27-29Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2017 |

    As the official Chinese New Year starts Jan. 28, say hello to the Year of the Rooster at the Penn Museum's annual celebration of the lunar new year. Expect a day chock-full of Chinese cultural experiences, including martial arts demonstrations, screenings of contemporary Chinese short film, family crafts, and a tangram demonstration.


  18. After 28 years of reporting, Al Heavens picks his favorite towns in the Philly regionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 16, 2017 |

    Alan J. Heavens has been writing about real estate and home improvement for 27 of his 36 years at the Inquirer and for most of his 49 years as a reporter. Author of three books, he was "The Gadgeteer" on the Discovery Channel's Home Matters and president of the National Association of Real Estate Editors.


  19. All around the towns, one last timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 14, 2017 |

    On the front page of Real Estate this week is the 215th and final entry in the "Town by Town" sweepstakes. In honor of this milestone, I've decided to look back at more than four years of visits to come up with a list like the ones that seem to do very well on websites.


  20. She apologized in advance, then yelled for the epiduralRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 11, 2017 |

    THE PARENTS: Marizete Stasnek, 30, and Charles Stasnek, 30, of Pottstown THE CHILD: Charles Joseph IV , born July 15, 2016 THEME OF THE LARGER WEDDING THEY PLAN FOR A FUTURE HALLOWEEN: Beetlejuice, with all the guests in costume. In the dream, she was in Reading Terminal Market and heard a baby crying inconsolably.


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