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Best Real Estate Deals winners revealed (Philadelphia PA Business Journal)
Spring Mill Senior Living at Coldstream Crossing, the independent senior living facility of Route 113 in Kimberton PA, took second place in the “Best Residential Project/Suburban” category of this year’s winners of the Philadelphia Business Journal’s Best Real Estate Deals contest.

Groups battle for St. Nicholas Brotherhood name (Daily Local News, West Chester PA)
Two opposing factions in a decades-old Orthodox Christian church in Phoenixville have given Common Pleas Court Judge Edward Griffith a task not unlike that of the old television game show “To Tell the Truth.”

Collegeville procession honors community, art, collaboration (Norristown PA Times Herald)
The Berman Museum of Art joined forces with the Collegeville community and nationally acclaimed group Spiral Q Puppet Theater to produce a ‘Partnership Parade’ on Sunday.

Ursinus Choir to perform Handel’s “Messiah” (Spring-Ford PA Reporter)
The Ursinus College Choir will present its annual performance of Handel’s “Messiah” at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 4, in Bomberger Auditorium on the Collegeville campus.

New Gov. Tom Corbett planning to zero in on budget (Pittsburgh PA Tribune-Review)
When Tom Corbett places his hand on a Bible at noon Jan. 18 to take the oath as Pennsylvania’s 46th governor, he’ll face a $4 billion deficit. Political experts predict that will consume most of his first year in office.

Settlement in U.S. Fidelis vehicle warranty lawsuit (PA Attorney General)
Attorney General Tom Corbett today announced that Pennsylvania and 10 other states have reached a settlement with the owners of U.S. Fidelis, a Missouri company accused of using deceptive and misleading tactics to sell used car warranties.

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