Coatesville, Pa. Holds Its Annual Parade Honoring US Military Vets The annual parade is part of more than a week's worth of events in Coatesville leading up to Veterans' Day.
Middle Schoolers Get a Taste of Dog Training in Penn Vet ProgramFourteen students from various middle schools are enrolled in the "canine handler academy" run by the Penn Vet Working Dog Center.
Many Area Hospitals on Backup Generators As Storm Cuts Power Lines How are Delaware Valley hospitals faring after the Wednesday morning ice storm?
State Department Provides New Details About Missing Heart Of Chester County MarineBut KYW Newsradio's Pat Loeb reports it doesn't shed any light on where his heart might be.
Coatesville Family Sues Over Heart Missing From Dead Son's BodyThe body Brian LaLoup, a US Marine stationed in Greece, was returned to the US missing an internal organ.
Deadly Chesco Shooting Resulted From Domestic Dispute, Authorities SayThe incident comes as Chester County rolls out a new tool to help law enforcement identify domestic situations that are likely to turn deadly.
Officer Shot In Coatesville In Line Of DutyPolice say an officer was shot late Saturday night in Coatsville, Chester County.
Coatesville, Pa. Cop Charged With Stealing From Officers' GroupGerald Pawling, 42, who worked for seventeen years on the Coatesville police force, is accused of stealing $46,000 from the PBA.
Officials Add 5 Additional Juveniles To Child Sex Abuse Charges Against Former Prison Guard Officials say a former prison guard charged with sexually abusing two girls is now facing charges involving five more juveniles.
Proponents Say New Idea To Revitalize Coatesville Will Work Coatesville has tried and failed several times over the years to revitalize itself and its latest idea revolves around the town’s Amtrak station.
2008 Murder of Coatesville Couple Still Unsolved Despite $10,000 RewardPolice say that during the early morning hours of July 6, 2008, 24-year-old Carnell Parker and 21-year-old Shontae Peterson were gunned down inside a house in the 200 block of Charles Street.