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New chief sworn in May 8 for Northern Berks Regional Police

By Lisa Mitchell|

Driver fell asleep, Jeep veered into path of Deka truck

A 2007 Jeep Commander and a Deka tractor trailer truck collided on Park Road and E. Wessner Road in Maidencreek Township at 12:21 p.m. on April 25. Blandon and Temple fire companies extricated Austin Heister, Shillington, from the Jeep. Northeast Regi...

By Lisa Mitchell|

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    Celtic Martins perform April 29 at The Strand Theater

    The Celtic Martins, sponsored by Our Town Foundation, will perform at the Hamburg Strand Theater on Saturday, April 29, The Celtic Martins will give a live performance beginning at 1 p.m. with doors opening at 12:30 p.m. Tickets are available online on the theater’s Facebook page and at www.hamburgstrand.org, in person at the Hamburg Strand Theater or at the Our Town Foundation office. All tickets will be $12 with the proceeds being used for renovations to the theater.

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  • Food

    National Pretzel Day is April 26: Get a free pretzel from Philly Pretzel Factory

    On Wednesday, April 26, pretzel fans can rejoice as their local Philly Pretzel Factory joins in the brand’s decade-long celebration of National Pretzel Day and gives away one free pretzel for every customer who walks through the door.

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    Kutztown comes together for Block Party

    Kutztown University Pop Ensemble performed “Come Together” by The Beatles on a crowded Main Street with an estimated 1,500 to 2,000 people during the Kutztown Community Block Party on April 23.

    Lisa Mitchell
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  • News

    POT BOOM: 3,000 attend medical marijuana expo in Pennsylvania

    Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of stories on medical cannabis and how its legalization will impact Pennsylvanians.

    By Eric Devlin edevlin@21st-centurymedia.com @Eric_Devlin on Twitter|

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    Pine Forge Elementary information presented to school board

    Taking into account staff eliminations and operational costs – the closure of Pine Forge Elementary would potentially save the district $1.4 million annually.

    Rebecca Blanchard
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  • Entertainment

    Boyertown Area Alumni Marching Unit to hold Spring Concert this weekend

    The Boyertown Area Alumni Marching Unit (BAMU) will be presenting their Spring Concert on Saturday, April 29, at 7 p.m. at the Boyertown Junior High West, Donald J. Kuszyk Auditorium. The theme for this year’s concert is “Around the World in 80 Minutes or So” and will feature a variety of tunes. There’s something for everyone.

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  • Events

    Koinonia Speakers Toastmasters announces Open House

    On May 2, Koinonia Speakers Toastmasters, a local chapter of Toastmasters International, will host its semi-annual open house at the New Hanover United Methodist Church, (room 205), 2211 Swamp Pike, Gilbertsville, PA. The free event begins at 7 p.m. and is open to all.

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  • Announcements

    Center at Spring Street to host Health and Wellness Fair

    The Center at Spring Street, a program of Boyertown Area Multi-Service, 200 West Spring Street in Boyertown, will offer a Health and Wellness Fair, Tuesday, May 9, from 10- 12 p.m.

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    St. Columbkill’s and Most Blessed Sacrament youth groups challenged

    At St. Columbkill’s Church in Boyertown, students in grades 7 through 12 were immersed in the Holy Triduum during a four-day event which started Wednesday of Holy Week and ended with the Great Easter Vigil on Saturday. The students were from St. Columbkill and Most Blessed Sacrament parishes.

    By Martha Gehringer For Digital First Media|

  • Entertainment

    Studio B to take part in Fourth Fridays Art Walk

    Studio B, 39A East Philadelphia Avenue in Boyertown, is pleased to add fourth Friday evenings of each month to its schedule in support of the Boyertown’s Merchants Committee initiative entitled “Fourth Friday Art Walks.”

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