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Boyertown Alumni Marching Unit to receive Special Recognition Award

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Randy and Amy Heisler receive BBB Heritage Tree award

During BBB’s annual Board meeting on Tuesday March 28th, Building a Better Boyertown’s Tree Committee chose and presented Amy and Randy Heisler with the Heritage Tree Award for 2017. Amy and Randy have a beautiful Grand Fir tree that the...

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    Hill School students stage sit-in protest over dismissal of teacher

    POTTSTOWN >> Early in the morning of Saturday, March 25, the main academic quad on The Hill School campus was lined with students.

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    West Pottsgrove fire damages Universal Concrete

    WEST POTTSGROVE >> A three-alarm fire has caused thousands of dollars worth of damage at Universal Concrete Friday morning.

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    Study says property tax elimination bill will cost middle class households more

    The property tax elimination bill likely to be taken up in Harrisburg this year is a windfall for business and wealthy school districts and will end up costing middle class taxpayers more than they pay now in taxes, according to an independent analysis.

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    Pottstown Middle School measures aimed at curbing behavior problems

    POTTSTOWN >> Bathroom and hall monitors, assigned cafeteria seats and additional adult supervision on the way home from school are all measures that have been implemented to get a better handle on misbehavior at Pottstown Middle School.

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    West Pottsgrove board OKs sale of beer, wine at Upland Square Giant

    WEST POTTSGROVE >> Beer and wine will soon be sold at the Upland Square Giant supermarket after township officials granted approval Wednesday.

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    Zoning ruling on New Hanover quarry expansion due in August

    NEW HANOVER >> After months of hearings, hours and hours of testimony and exhibits that number into the hundreds, the zoning hearings on the proposed expansion of the Gibraltar Rock Quarry north of Hoffmansville Road has concluded.

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    Author of ‘The Easter Bunny Brothers’ visits St. Francis Academy

    Blandon author Dori Hoch visited St. Francis Academy of Bally on April 6. She read her book “The Easter Bunny Brothers” to students in pre-k through second grades.

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    PHOTOS: Hobart’s Ram Run promotes Hill School’s neighborhood revitalization initiative

    POTTSTOWN >> About 60 people began their Sunday morning with a running start when they participated in the first Hobart’s Ram 5K at The Hill School.

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    Studio B to host Children’s Poetry Day

    Studio B will be celebrating April as National Poetry Month on Sunday, April 23, with a special event designed for kids.

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    Swamp Creek trail study moves ahead with changes

    LOWER FREDERICK >> Saying they heard and responded to the objections from residents in January, Montgomery County planners held their second public meeting on the proposed Swamp Creek Greenway and Trail on March 30 to showcase the changes they’ve made.

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