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2016 Fiddle Festival Grand Champion returns to win 2017 title

By Roxanne Richardson Lyons Fiddle Festival Committee|

Douglass (Berks) Police make contact with alleged phone scammer

DOUGLASS (Berks) >> Police are warning residents about scam phone calls after officers had a run-in of their own with the callers. ...

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    Zeswitz Music recognized for returning the business to its roots

    Exeter >> How do you change the identity of a 90-year-old business that has seen multiple identities over its history?

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    Amity Fire Company holds parade and housing ceremony

    amity >> The Amity Fire Company celebrated the arrival of its newest fire truck with a parade and housing ceremony on Saturday.

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    Peppermint Stick Candy Store announces Gummy Bear Fever Sept. 29-30

    The Peppermint Stick Candy Store brings together its best-selling candy and Boyertown’s beloved art project Bear Fever! Gummy Bear Fever is a celebration of our individual flavored gummy bears and the Bear Fever art project. When you drive through Boyertown, you notice the different colored bears lining the street.

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    PennDOT to begin $35M upgrade of Route 422 near Pottstown

    HARRISBURG >> State officials announced that a major construction project on Route 422 in the Pottstown area is scheduled to begin on Monday, Sept. 25.

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    Downtown Boyertown’s ‘Fourth Friday Art Walk’ announced

    Get your walking shoes on and come visit historic Boyertown for our Fourth Friday Art Walk. The downtown merchants will provide you and your family with great art, music and food from 5-8 p.m. at many different venues on Friday, Sept. 22.

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    Hamburg Borough Council passes Parking Ticket rate change to $40

    Hamburg Borough Police Department would like to give advanced notice to its residents and visitors. The issue of parking was brought before Hamburg Borough Council. It was decided that all parking violations will now be $40 as of Jan. 1, 2018.

    From Hamburg Borough Police|

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    Berks County Heritage Festival features antique farm equipment, live draft horse pulls

    Returning once again to the Berks County Heritage Center is the 36th Annual Heritage Festival. Taking place on Sunday, Oct. 1, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., this interesting and exciting event provides a unique way for Berks County residents to learn about local history.

    From Berks County Parks and Rec|

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    Bookin’ It Virtual 5K/10K raises funds for Schuylkill Valley Community Library

    Schuylkill Valley Community Library has made it even easier to participate in the BOOKIN’ IT Virtual 5K/10K by extending the completion date through Sunday, Oct. 15. You can now support the Schuylkill Valley Community Library and help us raise important funds by registering now and completing your mileage anytime that fits your schedule between Saturday, Sept. 23 and Sunday, Oct. 15. Do it all at once or complete your mileage over multiple days. It couldn’t be easier.

    From Schuylkill Valley Community Library|

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    Rehrersburg Recital celebrates 200th anniversary of Christian Dieffenbach Pipe Organ

    A benefit organ recital will be held on Sunday, Oct. 1, at 3 p.m. at Altalaha Lutheran Church, Godfrey Street, Rehrersburg.

    By Carol Dieffenbach Kantner|

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    Stroke survivor April Andrews to lead Berks County Heart Walk

    When the Berks County Heart Walk steps off Sept. 23 at Gring’s Mill Recreation Area, a local stroke survivor will lead the way.

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