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SPORTS
September 26, 2014 | By Avery Maehrer, Inquirer Staff Writer
The lone goal in Phoenixville's 1-0 win Wednesday against visiting Owen J. Roberts in field hockey was one for the record books. Bailey Quinn scored her 29th goal of the season about 15 minutes into the first half of the nonleague game, breaking the previous single-season scoring record set by Miranda Peto. Hailey White recorded the assist. The victory propelled Phoenixville to its 13th win of the season, as the Phantoms remained undefeated overall. Catholic League. In a back-and-forth contest, Archbishop Wood's Karen Stanford scored 21/2 minutes into overtime at St. Hubert to give her team a 3-2 win. Stanford scored the game's opening goal, and Brenna Lynch netted the tying goal in the second half.
SPORTS
September 18, 2014 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
Cecilia Knaub likes to tell a story about Phoenixville girls' soccer teammate, fellow captain, and friend Lauren Benner. The two seniors were in preschool - Miss Lisa's class, to be more specific. Their group was definitely called the Turtles, according to Knaub and Benner, but whether the adjective in front was terrific or tiny , they couldn't remember. It was picture day, and the photographer was trying to get the kids to smile by making a joke. Knaub remembers Benner in the back row, "cracking up" while most of the other kids just sat there, unimpressed.
SPORTS
September 18, 2014 | For The Inquirer
Phoenixville's Joe Thomson, owner of Standardbred breeding operation Winbak Farm, has been elected to the Harness Racing Hall of Fame, the U.S. Harness Writers Association (USHWA) announced Tuesday. Thomson and his wife JoAnn started Winbak Farm in 1991. The operation has ranked No. 2 among all breeders in purses earned each of the last 12 years, totaling more than $205 million since the start of 2002, and produced three Horse of the Year Award winners. In addition, Bob Marks, the longtime marketing guru of Perretti Farms and a noted writer and handicapper, and Kathy Parker, the editor and general manager of the Horseman and Fair World publishing company, were elected to the Communicators Hall of Fame.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 21, 2014 | By Kellie Patrick Gates, For The Inquirer
Hello there "This is never going to work," Danielle told herself, taking in Matt's collar-length hair and deep green eyes. They had e-met on Match.com two weeks earlier. A picture of Danielle dressed in a blue dragon Halloween costume caught Lancaster native Matt's attention; her refreshingly well-written profile led the Susquehanna International Group software engineer, who earned his degree in management science and information systems from Pennsylvania State University, to say hello.
NEWS
March 29, 2014 | By Allison Steele, Inquirer Staff Writer
A Phoenixville doctor has been charged with federal tax fraud for allegedly pocketing millions he earned from online prescription sales but never reported as income. In an indictment unsealed Thursday, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Philadelphia said Elias Karkalas earned about $2.5 million from prescriptions to patients he never met or examined. Karkalas, 64, a primary-care doctor, operates Upper Merion Family Practice in King of Prussia. No attorney was listed for his case, and calls to his practice were not returned Thursday.
NEWS
January 29, 2014 | By Tricia L. Nadolny, Inquirer Staff Writer
SCHUYLKILL TWP. A judge is still weighing whether the Phoenixville Area School District can seize a golf course by eminent domain, but that has not stopped the district from moving ahead with plans to build an elementary school there. Last week, the school board bought a house at an intersection that will need to be upgraded if the school is built, drawing criticism from the club's owners. "It's putting the cart before the horse," said Bruce Campbell, whose family owns the Meadow Brook Golf Club on State Road in Schuylkill Township.
NEWS
January 26, 2014 | By Tricia L. Nadolny, Inquirer Staff Writer
On the heels of a teacher contract that took three years to negotiate, the Phoenixville Area School District and its teachers' union reached a new agreement ahead of schedule on Thursday. "Given our history, it's a very big deal," said Keith Black, district director of human resources and labor and employment counsel. The parties began negotiating the contract that was passed Thursday in November, two months after ratifying a contract that they started negotiating in January 2010.
NEWS
January 25, 2014 | By Tricia L. Nadolny, Inquirer Staff Writer
PHOENIXVILLE As crews from the Phoenixville Fire Department battled a chimney fire spreading inside a home early Thursday, another crisis unfolded in their midst. A team member collapsed. And he wasn't breathing. "The other firefighters that were with him immediately stopped and attended to him, realized the severity of what was going on, and were able to drag him to another room that was away from the fire," said Deputy Chief David Meadows, who now knows that his teammate was going into cardiac arrest.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 11, 2014 | By Monica Peters, For The Inquirer
Philadelphia Orchestra presents the interactive music program "Sound All Around," for ages 3 to 5, at the Academy of Music on Saturday and Monday. The interactive program introduces audience members to the viola. Assistant principal viola Kerri Ryan and master storyteller Charlotte Blake Alston will guide kids on a learning musical journey. Kids can hear stories along with music and sing while pretending to play the string instrument. They can get a close look at the viola, nurturing their fascination and curiosity.
NEWS
December 26, 2013 | By Michaelle Bond, Inquirer Staff Writer
PHOENIXVILLE Joseph Anthony "JoJo" Cusumano had been crossing off the days until Christmas on his calendar. "There's no more days left," the 4-year-old announced as he rearranged the couple of gifts already under the tree in the living room Tuesday morning. His mother, Diane Rhoads, looked over at the nearly 7-foot-tall Christmas tree, every inch of which was decorated with tinsel, candy canes, and ornaments, some of them handmade. "This is the first actual Christmas tree we've been able to have in a long time," she said.
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