In Other News

Berks County Dairy Princess named Pennsylvania Dairy Princess

By Delaware Valley College |


  • Columns

    The Grange, part 2

    It may be difficult for newer residents to realize, but the housing developments that have transformed the south half of New Hanover Township have been built in less than one lifetime. Before, say, 1960, tract housing developments simply did not exist. New Hanover then was rural with small farms and open country.

    By Robert Wood Columnist |

  • General news

    Interlace Communications holds open house and ribbon cutting ceremony Oct. 30

    After 20 years of doing business as a home based business, Interlace Communications is moving to a corporate setting at the Berks North Professional Building in Shoemakersville.

    By Interlace Communications, Inc. |

  • General news

    Pottstown businessman’s “Cruiser Caddie” invention makes loading motorcycles easy

    If you have ever ridden a motorcycle, you know how heavy they can be, and trying to load something of this weight onto the back of a pickup truck is dangerous at times.

    By Gailynne Ferguson For 21st Century Media |

  • General news

    Sam Moseman earns Eagle Scout rank, installs flag pole in Tilden Twp. for project

    Samuel Moseman, son of Craig and Terrie Moseman, recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout.

    By Terrie Moseman Sam’s mother |

  • General news

    Sarah Hanlon named Hamburg Student of the Month for September

    Congratulations to Hamburg Area High School senior, Sarah Hanlon, who has been chosen as the student of the month for September. She is the daughter of Patrick and Susan Hanlon of Hamburg.


  • General news

    Fourth annual Car & Motorcycle Show held at Cabela’s

    The fourth annual Cabela’s Car & Motorcycle Show in honor of Skylar Kauffman was held this past Sunday, Oct. 19. The event, held under beautiful autumn skies, attracted about 200 entries despite temperatures in the low fifties and wind chills making it feel more like the forties. With Halloween right around the corner a number of the car enthusiasts decorated their vehicles accordingly.

    By Carl Hess For 21st Century Media |

  • Features/People

    Kutztown High School Student Council hosts 5th Quarter free concert for students

    Last Friday, October 17, Kutztown Area High School Student Council hosted the “5th Quarter” after their home football game. This free event was created in order to allow kids to hang out after the game in a safe and fun environment.

    By Krista Kunkel Student Council |

  • Features/People

    Bernville teen follows passion for wildlife, completes Wildlife Leadership Academy field school

    Since she was young, Bernville resident Hannah Krause has had a love of animals and interest in wildlife. That passion is leading her toward becoming a conservation biologist. To reach that goal, she is jumping at every opportunity that comes her way to further her knowledge and become as well-rounded in the field of wildlife as she can.

    Shea Singley

  • General news

    Iron Chef heats up Hamburg for fourth year on Nov. 2

    As it has for the past three years in Hamburg, the first Sunday of November will heat up with the fourth annual Iron Chef Hamburg. An afternoon of food and healthy competition begins at 1 p.m. on Nov. 2 at Hamburg Area High School.

    Shea Singley

  • Anniversaries

    Scott and Barbara Snyder celebrate 30 years of marriage

    Scott A. Snyder and Barbara J. (Levan) Snyder of Kutztown celebrated 30 years of marriage on Sept. 1. The couple enjoyed their anniversary by taking a scenic drive in their Mustang convertible down the East Coast, visiting many landmarks along the way: the Biltmore Estate in the Blue Mountains of North Carolina, Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello in Charlottesville and Colonial Williamsburg.


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