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These are some of the crime stories covered by West Chester Patch , Malvern Patch , TE Patch and Phoenixville Patch in the last week.
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David and Jeanette Spar of Robeson Township look at a photo collage of eastern Pennsylvanians who died of heroine overdoses at a meeting for Kacie's Cause, a Chester County based heroine addiction outreach organization, held at Honey Brook Elementary on Wednesday night.
Willowdale Steeplechase Board chairman Dixon Stroud announced Thursday that the crew putting on the 2014 race would have new leadership.
Gawthrop Greenwood, PC has been named the recipient of the Small Business of the Year Award by the Chester County Chamber of Business & Industry.
After partying in Delaware County, Pa. one Friday night last January, the 27-year-old went back to a friend's apartment and decided to get a heroin fix.
Before William "Pumpkin" Shockley was sentenced Wednesday, a prosecutor showed the judge a T-shirt he said the Coatesville gang leader made to intimidate his community.
The following information about a major shift in traffic on Route 202 in the Chester County construction zone was sent to Patch by PennDOT: Travel restrictions will be in place this weekend on southbound U.S. Route 202 in Chester County to move southbound traffic over to the center of the highway between the Route 401 and U. S. Route 30 ... (more)
A Phoenixville Area Middle School teacher charged with multiple felony counts of possessing and distributing child pornography is due in Phoenixville District Court on Thursday.
The Chester County DA has confirmed the arrest of Kenneth Ford Hamilton Junior, a middle school teacher at Phoenixville Middle School, for the possession and distribution of child pornography.
Easttown and Tredyffrin rank among the 30 safest towns in Pennsylvania, according to a study compiled by a private home security services company.
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Republican Phil Dague, a lifelong Downingtown resident and UPS driver, lost to incumbent democrat Ann Feldman in the November 5 election by a count of 336 to 335.
Merritt Dudas, the 24-year-old Collegeville man who allegedly shot and killed 21-year-old Malvern resident Drew Ferguson, was scheduled to appear in Chester County court on Nov 27 for a preliminary hearing.
Mayor Vaughn D. Spencer said his staff knew they were in for a fight if they were going to beat out other Pennsylvania cities for two City Revitalization and Improvement Zone designations.