Phoenixville

Phoenixville

(fē`nĭksvĭl), borough (1990 pop. 15,066), Chester co., SE Pa., on the Schuylkill River; settled 1720, inc. 1849. Iron deposits in the region led to the early development of an iron industry and later (1886) to the manufacture of steel. Food processing and tool and die manufacture are important; other products include corrugated boxes, plastics, and adhesives. Phoenixville was the westernmost point in the state reached (1777) by the British during the Revolutionary War. Several 18th-century stone houses are there. Valley ForgeValley Forge,
on the Schuylkill River, SE Pa., NW of Philadelphia. There, during the American Revolution, the main camp of the Continental Army was established (Dec., 1777–June, 1778) under the command of Gen. George Washington.
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 is a few miles to the southeast.
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* John Lukacs, the Hungarian-born historian and iconoclast who brooded over the future of Western civilization, wrote a best-selling tribute to Winston Churchill, and produced a substantial and often despairing body of writings on the politics and culture of Europe and the United States, died of heart failure Monday at his Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, home.
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In addition to these fair market value agreements, Aqua Pennsylvania has an asset purchase agreement with the Borough of Phoenixville, Chester County that would yield approximately 560 water connections.
Phoenixville Hospital may charge $211,534 for a pacemaker implant, but Medicare pays the hospital $17,835 for the procedure.
East Bradford joins four other municipalities in Chester County, PA that are committed to a future powered by 100 percent renewable energy: Downingtown, Kennett Township, Phoenixville, and West Chester.
Customers Bank, headquartered in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, received the award at one of FHLBank's regional member events.
Alissa Eden Halperin, JD at Halperin Butera, (Phoenixville, PA) is sole consultant in the development and drafting of CMS' "Guidance to States using 1115 Demonstrations or 1915(b) Waivers for MLTSS Programs," and in developing and implementing its Financial Alignment Initiative (or "Duals Demo").
Sharp acquired the new Bethlehem facility for $14 million in 2017 and has now completed a $2.5 million relocation project, transferring the company's clinical storage and distribution services from its Phoenixville site.
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Gautreau, if elected, aims to cultivate a drug response team to combat the usage of opioids and heroin that have been the apparent cause of deaths for several residents in Phoenixville. 
PENNSYLVANIA * May 6-7, Phoenixville: Seventh Annual World War II Weekend at Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge.