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School Taxes, Dean's Marathon Account Among Local News

A look back at some local stories you may have missed during the past week.

School District Dips Into Savings to Soften Tax Hike

Once projected at nearly nine percent, the Perkiomen Valley School District now expects to implement a 2.9 percent tax hike.

Ursinus Dean Recounts Boston Marathon Explosions

Deborah Olsen Nolan, vice president of student affairs and dean of students for Ursinus College, was cheering on her husband and daughter when the bombs detonated.

Local Ambulance Company Expands Territory

Trappe Ambulance will now also serve Phoenixville.

Local Man Airlifted After Motorcycle Wreck

The 44-year-old victim was wearing a helmet.

Local Crime Reports

Perkiomen burglary, drug arrest in Collegeville.

Charles Beishl April 21, 2013 at 12:35 PM
These schools need to get back to basics Higher Education courses and special interest studies are not a function of taxpayer funded education. Lets get back to the three R's.

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