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Kutztown lantern release honors memory of Michael Bailey and Heather Delp

By Michele O’Donnell Secretary of the KYFCA |

Mom admits providing heroin to teenage daughter

NORRISTOWN >> A Lower Salford mother has admitted to charges that she introduced her teenage daughter to heroin and injected the girl with the dangerous drug during trips to Philadelphia. ...

By Carl Hessler Jr. @MontcoCourtNews on Twitter |


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    Real Estate Column: STAGED TO MOVE! These top 3 must do’s will help your house move quickly in today’s real estate market

    We all want to get the most bang for our buck when we choose to sell anything, especially a house. And no matter what the reason is for selling a home, there is always preparation involved.

    By Rachel Ingram Garden Spot Real Estate |

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    Hope Lutheran Church in Bowers raises funds for World Hunger

    Before the Lyons Fiddle Festival begins, there is a Gospel Worship Service beginning at 9 a.m. shared by members of Hope Lutheran Church in Bowers. We usually have more than 100 people attend the worship. During the service, we take an offering for World Hunger through the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. In the past we have raised a lot of money for this project. This year we raised $440. I want to thank those who attended the service, the community in which I serve and those...

    By Pastor Elizabeth Haines Hope Evangelical Lutheran |

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    Vehicle crashes into used car lot in Colebrookdale

    COLEBROOKDALE >> Several used cars for sale were hit when the driver of a sedan veered off the road late Saturday night and ended up in the lot of Irwin’s Auto Repair, 1075 W. Philadelphia Ave.

    By Eric Devlin @Eric_Devlin on Twitter |

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    Tyler Akers and Sakira Fussner crowned Kutztown Homecoming King and Queen

    Tyler Akers and Sakira Fussner were crowned 2015 Kutztown High School Homecoming King and Queen on Friday night, Oct. 2.

    By Patrick Moyer For Berks-Mont News |

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    Four Berks ambulance squads receive awards

    Of the 36,000 emergency service calls fielded by the four ambulance squads in Berks County, 10 percent represent the most serious type of cardiac emergencies.

    By Gil Cohen For Berks-Mont News |

  • Crime

    Man charged with rape of child in Oley Township

    On Wednesday, Sept. 30, State Police of Reading received a report of a sexual assault involving a 2-year-old male victim in Oley Township.

    From Pennsylvania State Police |

  • Entertainment

    Kutztown native markets award-winning independent film in NYC

    Kutztown native Sara Kyle, 22, Founder and Managing Director of digital marketing company Vault Collective, has joined forces with Brooklyn-based Harmonium Films & Music to support the theatrical and digital distribution of the award-winning feature film “Movement + Location.”

    Vault Collective |

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    Students of the Month from Brandywine Middle School

    For the month of September, Brandywine Heights Middle School focused on the character trait of “Respect.” These six students were selected by their teachers for exhibiting this trait on a daily basis: Cole Gross, Sarah Dougherty, Olivia Chovanes, Dylan Cortez, Jakob Hollenbach and Azy Drumheller.


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    Governor Mifflin to host Substitute Teacher Job Fair

    As part of a continued effort to strengthen the roster of qualified substitute teachers,the Governor Mifflin School District will hold a Substitute Teacher Job Fair.


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    Exeter Fire Department’s fire-based EMS a model of success

    Exeter Fire Department Chief Robert Jordan said the department’s recent restructuring — based on a model of fire-based EMS services — is not just fighting fires but also providing EMS and paramedic services 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

    By Denise Larive For Berks-Mont News |

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