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Montco commissioners weigh in on transgender bathroom issues

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Airplanes, Daniel Boone JROTC Cadets and WWII Vets roll again

On June 3, Daniel Boone Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) Cadets will have the distinguished privilege of meeting a number of former US Service Veterans from local nursing homes. These Cadets will form the first Wheel Chair Brigade which w...

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    Birdsboro council eyes marketing plan for borough

    Birdsboro >> Peter Uhniat, a council member, shared a presentation discussing his market plan idea for Birdsboro borough at a recent council meeting.

    By Samantha Dix For Digital First Media |

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    Hamburg students thank Hamburg hero, veteran William Becker

    Hamburg students honored World War II veteran William Becker of Shoemakersville for his service for Memorial Day.

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    Hamburg School District proposes .25 mill .25 mill tax increase for 8th year

    Hamburg Area school directors on May 23 approved the 2016-17 proposed final budget of $40,432,255 which includes a .25 mill increase.

    By Arch Kurtz For Digital First Media |

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    Albany Elementary playground finds new life in Kempton

    Former Albany Elementary’s playground equipment has been given a new life at Kempton Community Center.

    Lisa Mitchell
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  • Columns

    PERSON TO PERSON - IMPACT: ‘Something the Lord Made’

    Two months ago my wife, Barb, and I were invited to lunch at the home of friends with several other people. One fellow, an excellent conversationalist, discussed some of the articles I have written with me. At one point he asked me if I had written any movie reviews. I said that I had not, at which time he was so enthusiastic about a movie he had recently seen entitled “Something the Lord Made” that it seemed almost like he was giving me an assignment to view the film and write...

    By Jeff Hall Columnist |

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    First Niagara presents $5,000 to Cradles to Crayons

    On May 13, First Niagara presented Cradles to Crayons with a $5,000 grant to support their Ready for School program. Ready for School focuses on the school preparedness of young children by fully equipping them with clothing for school together with backpacks filled with school supplies.

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    Parkesburg author releases another installment in children’s book series

    May marks the nationwide release of TJ the Squirrel Goes to the Beach, an enjoyable and delightful new children’s book by author Ellen D. Witmer.

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    TVSD announces Middle School & Robeson Elementary administration changes

    The Twin Valley School District is pleased to announce the following changes in administration at Twin Valley Middle School and Robeson Elementary Center, effective the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year:

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    Honey Brook Bocce springs into action

    With the theme “Keep On Rolling,” Saturday, May 14 brought a wonderful window of good weather over the Honey Brook Borough courts as three dozen people competed in the annual spring Bocce Ball Tournament. Close games, laughter, fun and fellowship filled up a seven hour day.

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    Petra Church to host First Responders Appreciation Sunday June 5

    Petra Church, New Holland, will be recognizing local first responders on Sunday, June 5, as a way to convey their thanks for first responders’ courage, commitment and extraordinary service.

    Petra Church |

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