Chester County's Rich Rock History

Plus: Useful dating advice, Victory Brewing Company expands and more.

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“Chester County’s Rock History”

Interesting article. I was totally unaware of this, having grown up near Birchrunville.   —John W. Dean, Savannah, Ga.

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“Inside Malvern’s High-Tech Veterinary Hospital”

Dr. Kenneth Sadanaga and the staff at VRC are kind, compassionate and highly skilled. I couldn’t have received better care for my 15-year-old dog, which had several masses removed, including one which was cancerous. He’s now doing just fine, and that’s thanks to the wonderful care he received. —Sue Spradlin Mayer, Philadelphia

“Finding the Perfect Contractor Can Be As Serious As Marriage” 

So true, Katie! You make me laugh because I’m married to a contractor, and it’s got to be the worst! Ask me about my gutted game, laundry and family rooms. I’m sure it’s exactly like being married to the shoemaker whose children have holes in their shoes. What was I thinking??? I could go on and on …  —Susan DeSante Greco, Collegeville

“Dating Advice You’ve Heard but Is Useless”

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Great dating advice! For a man’s perspective, read Confessions of a Middle-Aged Babe Magnet by Chad Stone.” —Randy Schultz, Santa Fe, N.M.

“The Backstory Behind Samuel Riddle and John P. Crozer”

Some of my grandmother’s relatives worked as weavers at Yorkshire and Riddle mills in the early to mid-1900s. Her mother worked at the Aldon Rug Mill sometime after 1946. This was an interesting article to read—even back then there were management issues. —BethAnn Snelling Penner, Aston

Very informative article about the Chester Creek mills. I have a connection and interest here. I lived for a time in the Riddlewood section of Riddle’s estate, and my Irish-born great-grandfather worked at the Rockdale mills in the 1870s and 1880s, until he died suddenly in 1885. —Tom Gallen, Treasure Island, Fla.

“Victory Brewing Company Spreads Its Wings West”

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Next you can think about producing a gluten-free beer … There are only a few good ones on the market. Those with celiac disease—like me—also enjoy a good beer. —Carleton Weidemeyer, College Park, Md.

Put one here, since you’re moving west!!!  —Jim Parkhill, Roswell, N.M.

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