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Local school supply lists now available online

For Digital First Media |

Summer veggies star in summer casseroles

Swimming in summer squash? Tomatoes looking terrific? Turn them into something hot, bubbly and oh-so-comforting — a casserole. ...

By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |


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    Hamburg couple questions sidewalk requirements

    Hamburg Borough Council amended Part 8 of the Property Transfer Use and Occupancy Certificate ordinance on Aug. 22 which establishes rules and regulations upon the transfer of a property in the Borough of Hamburg.

    Lisa Mitchell

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    Camp Cadet Troop L shows youth ‘human aspects’ of law enforcement

    Douglassville >> For more than 30 years Pennsylvania State Police of Troop L, Reading, has been hosting Camp Cadet for the local youth.

    Rebecca Blanchard

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    Renovations to Hamburg Middle School nearly complete

    Hamburg Middle School students started their first day of school on Aug. 25 arriving to find the school building’s renovations nearly complete.

    By Arch Kurtz For Digital First Media |

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    New children’s book debut and author book signing at Antler Ridge Winery, Mertztown

    The Debut of Just Plump Penelope Goes to Kindergarten, a newly published children’s book by local author Mary Ann Hayes, will take place on Sunday, Aug. 28, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Antler Ridge Winery, 951 State Street, Mertztown. The author, along with her two co-creators Suzanne Oswald and Jennifer Lynn Conrad Fink, will be selling and signing books.

    Submitted by Joshua A. Fink |

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    Fleetwood Area School District Report: The importance of regular school attendance

    Consistent school attendance is important to the success of students. This is true regardless of the age or grade of the student.

    By Dr. Paul Eaken Fleetwood Superintendent |

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    District hires new band director

    Matthew E. Wolfe was unanimously approved on Aug. 8 to lead the Daniel Boone High School bands, effective Aug. 9.

    By Denise Larive For Digital First Media |

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    New Hanover taps Zebrowski as new township supervisor

    NEW HANOVER >> The revolving door that is local government in the township these days took another turn Monday night when planning commission member Kurt Zebrowski was named as New Hanover’s newest supervisor.

    By Evan Brandt @PottstownNews on Twitter |

  • Tri County Community Calendar Aug. 30

    Event Submissions: send to week prior to publication. Note Tri County Record calendar in email subject.


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    El-Mor Chevrolet Inc. forges season-long partnership to aid Twin Valley Soccer Club

    In the spirit of community collaboration and teamwork taught through youth sports, El-Mor Chevrolet Inc. is supporting Twin Valley Soccer Club through the Chevrolet Youth Soccer Program. This sponsorship will include both monetary and equipment donations during the 2016 youth soccer season.

    Chevrolet Youth Soccer Team |

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    Film shot in Morgantown area now in theaters

    Adolescence is a difficult time for most everyone, and sometimes kids who have lost their moorings will seek out direction from the unlikeliest sources. Local filmmaker Chad L. Scheifele’s explores this reality in his fascinating debut thriller shot here in the tri-county area, Natural Selection.

    Submitted by Mary Jo Barthmaier Film producer, West Nantmeal |

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