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Pennypacker Mills to begin guided holiday tours on Nov. 23 (Spring-Ford PA Reporter)
Guided holiday tours begin at Pennypacker Mills on Nov. 23 and are available through Jan. 9, 2011. Throughout the mansion, the shine of gold and silver ornaments is evident everywhere.

Ursinus selects Fong as president (Lansdale PA Reporter)
Ursinus College in Collegeville has named Bobby Fong as the college’s 13th president.

Local Tea Party members toast election results (Lansdale PA Reporter)
The Tea Party’s Valley Forge Patriots, who held their first meeting since Tuesday’s election, feel they played a key role in energizing the electorate to support candidates committed to reducing the size of government and relieving citizens of burdensome taxes.

With No. 400, Paterno adds to his legend (Philadelphia PA Inquirer)
Take a good look. There won’t be another like Joe Paterno, the eternal Penn State football coach who won the 400th game of his singular career Saturday.

Montgomery County’s Asher hidden force behind GOP success (Philadelphia PA Inquirer)
On Tuesday night, Gov.-elect Tom Corbett began his victory speech by thanking some of the supporters who had crowded with him onto a hotel stage in Pittsburgh.

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