Category Archives: Local News

Boeing Competition Champion

Congratulations to Julia Schwartz, Isabelle Stripling, Erin Hogan, Austin Miller, William Vinci and Nicholas Savarese for taking FIRST Place in the Boeing Business Case High School Competition this past Monday, April 4. The competition was open to 19 schools with 7 finalists selected.  The students worked hard on this project for the past four months, and it

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Molly

Garnet Valley High School graduate Jon Barden filmed a sizzle reel March 31, in Delaware County for the screenplay, Molly, written by Brigette ReDavid. The film is based on the life of Molly Pitcher, who is legendary for her participation at the Battle of Monmouth during the Revolutionary War. Four Garnet Valley Drama club members,

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BYC Challenger Program

This year, for the first time, Brandywine Youth Club is running a new baseball program that should be very fun and exciting. The Challenger program is a baseball league in which kids with special needs can have an extraordinary baseball experience. Other boys, like my twelve year old brother, are partnered with the players in

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CES 2016

Every January, the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) is held in Las Vegas, Nevada to display the future of technology. Most big name companies display their upcoming product releases, and this year definitely saw some of the coolest technology out there. The interesting thing about CES this year, was that there were many more cars displayed

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Wegmans

Wegmans opened on Sunday, November 8, 2015 and it was absolutely packed. I went on the opening day and even though it was crowded, everything ran smoothly. When I walked in, I first noticed a huge section devoted to Asian cuisine. There was a Chinese “bar” with take-out food and a section for Japanese food,

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The Importance of Halloween

Every year people of all ages get together on the illustrious day known as Halloween, whether to join in the neighborhood chase to acquire the most candy or to live it up at parties with friends. As we gather with each other for a common goal, we must also remember the importance of Halloween, and

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The Fall of Columbus Day

Despite 23 states having a day off work or school on a Monday, there is outrage with Columbus Day. Many individuals do not like the idea of honoring Christopher Columbus, an Italian explorer who landed in the Americas (and didn’t know it) and essentially began a period of colonialism that negatively affected the lives of

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