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Hamburg Middle School musicians participate in LVC Bandfest

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Alvernia students take part in Presidential Inauguration

Rebecca Dunst of Reading traveled to Washington, D.C., this January to prepare for the 45th U.S. Presidential Inauguration. Through a partnership with The Washington Center, the students took part in a two-week Inauguration 2017 Academic Seminar progr...

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    Adoptable pets from Montco SPCA

    Jinkies, it’s Velma! This Staffordshire Terrier has the brains of her namesake and a disposition to match. No need to glasses to see the potential in her though! She is a shy gal at first but can pick up tricks pretty quickly. Velma would need someone willing to work with her on socialization and continue her training. Release A269902

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    cat angel network: Sibling kittens will make great pets

    Abraham & Izzy are 9 month-old brother and sister who have the most beautiful glossy black coats. They are shy at first meeting, but once they warm up to their new home, they like to run and play. Like many kitties, they prefer to climb on the laps of their trusted family members rather than being picked up.

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    Tour bus catches fire in Douglassville

    DOUGLASSVILLE >> A Klein Transportation bus caught fire Tuesday morning, leaving the front end charred and destroyed.

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    Chestnut Knoll takes on a ‘Positive Approach’ to caring for seniors

    “We are always striving to be the best of the best, to look for ways to improve upon ourselves and our delivery of service to our residents, so that, ultimately, they can have the best quality of life at Chestnut Knoll,” said Shawn Barndt, executive director.

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    Boyertown woman shares why she’s taking part in the Women’s March

    Boyertown and Pottstown area women will be joining thousands expected to take part in the Women’s March on Washington on Jan. 21, the day after Inauguration Day.

    Rebecca Blanchard
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    Tax increase projected in Boone preliminary budget

    AMITY >> Daniel Boone School Board members agreed at their Jan. 9 meeting to increase the 2017-18 millage from 29.7 mills to the maximum allowed of 31.09 mills.

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    Dent re-elected as co-chair of House’s Tuesday Group

    Representative Charlie Dent (PA-15) Has been chosen by members of the Tuesday Group Caucus to continue serving as one of the organization’s co-chairs.

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    Kutztown Community Library Board increase Youth Librarian hours to better serve community

    The Kutztown Community Library Board of Directors voted in December to make the Youth Librarian position from part time to full time to better serve the youth of the community, effective Jan. 15.

    Lisa Mitchell
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    Kutztown 8th grader wins 2nd in kennel club story telling contest

    Kutztown Middle School 8th grader Zoe Weidman won second place in the Lehigh Valley Kennel Club’s first annual Story Telling Contest.

    By Tom Nardone Lehigh Valley Kennel Club |

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