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City Life

Loser Who Sucker-Punched Disabled Man Caught by U.S. Marshals

Posting bail was the first thing that the coward known as Barry Baker did following his arrest last month on charges that he sucker-punched a […]

City Life

VIDEO: Coatesville Loser Sucker-Punches Man With Cerebral Palsy

It’s only Monday, but we already have our worst person of the week solidified for the Philadelphia area: Coatesville’s Barry Baker. Baker is that type […]

Property

A Storybook Cottage in West Chester for $575K

As readers of our “10 Hottest Suburban Towns” roundup know, West Chester is a happening place that’s filled with character. People have fallen in love […]

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City Life

Report: Some Pa. State Universities Could Merge or Close

For the first time in its 35-year history, the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education will reportedly consider merging or closing some of its 14 […]

Property

Jawdropper of the Week: A Hilltop Retreat in Copesville

Have you ever imagined driving through the Adirondack Mountains on a gorgeous fall day? The crisp autumn air that blows your hair back while the […]

Property

Farmhouse Friday: History Inside and Out in Chester County

Living at Brandybend Farm makes you a link in the great chain of history. Brandybend is located next to Trimble’s Ford, the famous crossing used by General […]

City Life

Students Don’t Know How to Handle the State University Faculty Strike

https://twitter.com/afamiglietti/status/788736925536493568 More than 5,000 faculty members at Pennsylvania’s 14 state-owned universities went on strike this morning in a move that affects more than 100,000 students, […]

Foobooz

Liquor Changes Mean Opportunity for PA Wine, Spirit and Beer Producers

Yesterday, Monday, August 8th was the day Pennsylvania received its runner-up prize to actual liquor privatization with Act 39 passing into law. The main point […]

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City Life

Faculty Across 14 Pennsylvania Universities Could Vote on Strike

A union representing faculty at 14 state-owned universities in Pennsylvania is discussing the possibility of a strike. The Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties […]

Property

That House Out There: Tinkering with History in Westtown

You know how there are those who just can’t resist tinkering with things — assembling them, disassembling them, rearranging them, adding and subtracting from them? The […]

Foobooz

Levante Brewing Company Elevates the Craft Experience With Beer and Dogs

Dogs and beer have one trait in common—they just make life better. So when I heard that Levante Brewing Company allows dogs in their taproom, […]

Business

Temple’s Online MBA Ranked No. 1 by U.S. News & World Report

For the second year in a row, Temple University’s Fox School of Business was named the No. 1 online MBA program in the country by U.S. […]

City

Will Philly-Area Schools Rescind Bill Cosby’s Honorary Degrees?

Last week, Lehigh University rescinded an honorary degree it had given to Bill Cosby in 1987. It decided to nix the honor because of the […]

Property

Farmhouse Friday: West Chester Barn Converted Into Magnificent Residence

We don’t mean to play favorites here, but if we just had to choose a home on the Wyllpen Farm residential development to stand above the rest, […]

City Life

Eight Great College Football Games to See (in Person) This Fall

Football is under siege — from parents, doctors, academics, a Kennedy, even from Buzz Bissinger, the guy who wrote the definitive book on football, Friday […]