Monthly Archives: May 2012

Third meeting on Pocopson Home to be held June 12 in Oxford

The story from our reporter… By MICHAEL P. RELLAHAN The third in a series of public meetings hosted by the Chester County commissioners to discuss the future of the county-owned Pocopson Home will be held in Oxford in two … Continue reading

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Saint Ralph has a message we can all use these days

There aren’t a lot of things that get me all teary. Maybe the bill for an auto repair, a tax bill, definitely the grocery bill with all of these kids – especially those home from college. But I actually watched … Continue reading

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It was a night for the Sixers and for Allen Iverson

So the Sixers brought back Allen Iverson to the Center hoping to inspire the young Sixers team enough for them to beat the Celtics and force a Game 7 in their NBA playoff series. Iverson, called a punk by some, … Continue reading

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Rutgers case made worse by this bizarre sentencing

So I waited pretty much all day before deciding how I felt about the sentence handed down to Dharun Ravi. He’s the Rutgers student who used a webcam to watch his roommate kiss another man. The roommate – Tyler Clementi … Continue reading

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Here is the video as promised…from the residents of the Pocopson Home

I visited the residents of the Pocopson Home on Thursday and we have some video from that visit. Take a look for yourself and listen to their comments. Daily Local News visits the Pocopson Home  

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You want to know how the Pocopson home residents feel? Go for a visit … I did

I took a road trip – albeit a short one – to the Pocopson Home today. After all, it was a beautiful spring afternoon, perfect to be outside of the office. Blue skies, sunshine, no wind to speak of. I … Continue reading

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Major changes at Pocopson? Be careful what you wish for…

I read Daily Local reporter Michael Rellahan’s account of Monday night’s meeting at Downingtown East High concerning the Pocopson Home. Hundreds turned out again in the second public meeting concerning the future of the facility. Chester County Commissioner Ryan Costello … Continue reading

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