Top Trending Headlines – July 2013

Whats Trending“Top Trending Headlines” is our monthly round-up of interesting and informative headlines from Parkesburg Gazette’s most read and/or commented articles.

TOP TRENDING HEADLINES – July 2013

  1. Growing Gap: 6% Living In Poverty In PA’s Wealthiest County
    Boasting a median household income of $62,295, Chester County is ranked as the wealthiest county in Pennsylvania and the 24th richest in…
  2. Parkesburg traffic stop nabs man wanted in Exton Walm…
    A 23-year-old man wanted for allegedly stealing from the Exton Walmart was arrested Wednesday following a traffic stop, according to the …
  3. Teens chase kidnapping suspect on bikes, save 5-year-old girl
    Two teenage boys are being hailed as heroes after they chased a car carrying a kidnapped girl — on their bicycles. Five-year-old Jocelyn …
  4. US 30 @ PA Route 10 – Parkesburg, PA
    US 30 @ PA Route 10 – Parkesburg, PA, a photo by jmd41280 on Flickr.
  5. Family-owned pharmacy decides it’s time to sell
    A pharmacist since 1965, Dick Brown knows the remedies for a lot of things. So the 70-year-old Chester County businessman self-prescri…
  6. Opening 7/19: The Conjuring
    Paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren work to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in their farmhouse. Forced to confront a…
  7. Octorara to combine bus runs with new contract
    School bus runs will be reduced and consolidated over the next five years under a new transportation contract slated for approval by the Octorara…
  8. House-Passed Student Success Act Includes Meehan …
    Congressman Patrick Meehan (PA-07) issued the following statement after the House of Representatives passed the Student Success Act, H.R. 5…
  9. Octorara looks to raise academic bar
    Beginning this fall, Octorara Area School District will raise the bar on student achievement and increase academic competitiveness, according…
  10. Hope rides on a new Coatesville train station
    Boarded up, with peeling paint and an empty platform, the shuttered train station at the end of Third Street is a portrait of urban blight, emblematic…
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