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    Unionville Quaker organizes meetinghouse tour

    NEWLIN — A 95-year-old birthright Quaker from Unionville has taken on the task of organizing a tour of area meetinghouses.

    Chris Barber
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    Debt forces college grads to move back home

    Brian Mahoney, 24, of Collegeville, has had to bounce around from job to job while his Bachelor’s Degree collects dust. It’s the only thing he can do to get his life going while he lives at home with his parents and tries to get a handle on his out-of-control student loans.

    Candice Monhollan
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    Longwood Gardens hosts fireworks extravaganza

    EAST MARLBOROUGH -- The skies were bright over Longwood Gardens on Friday night as an estimated 6,000 spectators honored the nation’s 238th birthday with cheers and applause during the annual Independence Day fireworks display.

    Chris Barber
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    East Marlborough resident is the milkman in town

    Remember when the milkman would deliver farm fresh milk, butter and eggs to doorsteps early in the morning?

    Fran Maye
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    Amendment gives school charters some relief

    The Pennsylvania Senate has adopted a pending special education bill amendment that many say will forestall a potential collapse of brick and mortar charter schools in the state.

    Chris Barber
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    Jennersville Victory

    In a close meet, Jennersville Y Barracudas defeated Upper Main Line Y, 240 to 227.

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    Obama is a Minor Leaguer compared to other presidents.

    There’s been a lot of noise during the past 6 years, especially on Fox News, talk radio, and TEA folks complaining about how many executive orders the Obama administration has issued during his terms as president. Speaker of the House John Boehner announced last week that he’s filing a law suit against the Obama administration for its use of executive orders to change laws.

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    Changing the façade of Philadelphia Museum of Art

    We are all familiar with the front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, standing tall above the Schuylkill, housing some of the finest examples of great art. But did you know they want to change those sacred steps that Rocky climbed? Well, that isn’t really settled yet. It seems that the museum is very much in need of some more space, and the only place possible seems to be under the museum. Architect Frank Gehry, famous for his work on the Bilboa, Spain’s Guggenheim Museum and the new Louis...

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