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Kutztown University alumna shows anyone can thru hike, even with diabetes

By Lisa Mitchell|

Shartlesville Lions Club officers installed

It was a sweet beginning as current Shartlesville Lions Club president PDG Lion Bob Argot installed the 2017-2018 club officers for the upcoming program year which begins July 1. ...

By Adele Argot Lions Club|

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    Pottstown women arrested for theft at Exeter Walmart

    EXETER >> Two Pottstown women were arrested Saturday after an incident at Walmart that allegedly involved a retail theft and an assault on three employees.

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    Music Around Town for June 28

    28 June – Michael Kropp at Wyebrook Farm, Honey Brook (6 p.m. start)

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    Police join search for missing Berks County woman

    Douglass (Berks) >> Douglass Township Police are asking the public’s help in locating a woman who was reported missing since Friday.

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    Family concert at Gring’s Mill Park set for July 6

    Next up in the 2017 “Summer Arts in Berks Parks” series is a family concert by Steve Pullara & the Cool Beans Band on Thursday, July 6th in the Gring’s Mill amphitheater from 6-7:30 p.m.

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    Christmas in July at the Library

    The Mifflin Community Library Stitching Group will be holding a festive fundraiser to raise money for the Mifflin Community Library. Holiday decorating items will be sale during the month of July. Please stop by the library during library hours to purchase your unique and beautiful decorating items. All sales are tax deductible.

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    KeyBank employees volunteer at Greater Berks Food Bank

    KeyBank employees at the Greater Berks Food Bank assisted in sorting and packing various donated non-perishable food items to be distributed to food-insecure individuals and families across Berks and Schuylkill Counties. Based on 2015 statistics, the GBFB serves roughly 41,500 people every month, so they heavily rely on their volunteers to be able to serve all those in need.

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    Amity Township appoints new roadmaster

    The Amity Township Board of Supervisors unanimously appointed Patrick R. Moore as its new roadmaster, effective June 25.

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    Police hire new part time police officer

    The Amity Police Department recently hired and swore into service Police Officer Troy Nicholson.

    By Denise Larive For Digital First Media|

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    Exeter School Board OKs tax hike for 2017-18

    The Exeter Township School Board has approved a property tax hike to balance the 2017-2018 district budget.

    By Samantha Dix For Digital First Media|

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    Daniel Boone School Board votes 5-3 to raise property taxes

    The Daniel Boone Area School Board voted 5-3 on June 19 to approve the 2017-18 district budget and to increase taxes by a half-mill.

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