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Greenwich Township Municipal News: Interstate Collision Center takes next step to relocation; Shared driveway sketch meets resistance

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    Phillie Phanatic asks Northeast Chamber of Commerce members to become Phanatics

    The high energy of the Phillie Phanatic bounded into Berkleigh County Club in Kutztown for a lunch with the Northeast Berks Chamber of Commerce Oct. 17.

    Lisa Mitchell
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    Scouting troop helps transform Thun Trail into spooky haunted hayride

    You would not have wanted to be lost in the woods when Exeter Township’s Park and Recreation Department transformed the Thun Trail into one spooky, scary place.

    Emily Thiel
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    Amity votes Nov. 5 on Truck to Transfer Station

    The Amity Township Board of Supervisors will vote Nov. 5 on Environmental Enterprises, Inc., application to establish a 10-day environmental waste truck to transfer station in Amity Township. The final testimony was heard on Oct. 15 at the Conditional Use Hearing before the board. The hearing was continued from Sept. 22.

    By Denise Larive 21st Century Media |

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    Something’s Looming shows documentary film ‘Woven Lives’ Sunday, Oct. 26

    The some things looming Fiber Arts Gallery and Studio, 526 Washington St., Reading, will screen the documentary film, Woven Lives, as part of its current show--Transforming Traditions—that features the unique weavings of the de Los Angeles family of the village of Teotitlian del Valle in the state of Oaxaca., Mexico and runs through Nov. 1.

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    Spicing up the fall with Hay Creek Apple Festival

    The weekend of Saturday, Oct. 11 and Sunday, Oct. 12, the historical Joanna Furnace was home to the Hay Creek Valley Historical Association’s Apple Festival.

    By Amanda Galanti and Richie Ricciardi 21st Century Media |

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    Pottstown Zoning Board OKs continued operation of iCreate Cafe

    A popular vegetarian cafe and computer training center on King Street will be allowed to continue operating as it already does thanks to a unanimous ruling by the zoning hearing board Wednesday night.

    By Evan Brandt ebrandt@21st-centurymedia.com |

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    $41 million needed to fix Boone schools

    The results of the recent Daniel Boone School District Capital Reserve Study indicate that $41 million is needed the next 20 years to keep all district buildings operational.

    By Denise Larive 21st Century Media |

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    Berks County revises 911 screening of Ebola virus

    The Commissioners of the County of Berks have directed, through the Berks County Department of Emergency Services 9-1-1 Communications Center, that the County begin screening requests for emergency medical service response (EMS) for Ebola Virus Disease related risks. This screening will consist of two very brief questions that callers will be asked to assess risk for this potentially infectious illness. This process dovetails with the County’s long-standing policy of screening EMS...

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    Gilbertsville Boy Scout Troop 36 celebrates 80 years; Troop to hold food drive at Boyertown Halloween Parade

    Gilbertsville Boy Scout Troop 36 are celebrating 80 years of service to the community this year. The troop will continue its efforts at the Boyertown Parade this Saturday, collecting canned goods.

    By Laura Dillon For 21st Century Media |

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    Dairy Queen latest target of data theft

    It has happened again – another corporate data breach. This time it’s Dairy Queen. The popular ice cream chain announced Thursday that it is the latest target of customer data theft.

    By Donna Rovins drovins@21st-centurymedia.com |

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