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  • Berks Local

    Skin Cancer Foundation shares tips for reversing sun damage

    Summers spent pool side and sunny vacations during winter can do more than provide relaxation. Exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays leaves behind lasting damage on the skin - including wrinkles, leathery or sagging skin and brown spots. In fact, more than 90 percent of these visible changes commonly attributed to skin aging are caused by the sun. Though sun damage is cumulative, there are ways to repair, and even reverse the damage.

    Skin Cancer Foundation |

  • News

    Dairy Industry: White Gold Milk ‘puts milk back into milk;’ New brand is U.S. produced and sold locally

    White Gold milk, sold at Shady Maple and Stoltzfus Market in Honey Brook, touts “high standards” and “superior taste” and challenges consumers to “taste the difference.”

    Lisa Mitchell
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  • Food

    Pa. Farm Show butter sculpture highlights Fill a Glass with Hope campaign

    Nearly every morning since he was a little boy, Joe Arthur has poured 2 percent milk onto his breakfast cereal. He slurps down the last drops with satisfaction. As the executive director for the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank, Arthur admits that he takes this simple pleasure for granted.

    By Rebecca Hanlon For the Daily Record/Sunday News |

  • Lifestyle

    Tasty Ways to End Your New Year’s Resolutions at the Pa. Farm Show

    The Pennsylvania Farm Show food court is the place where New Year’s resolutions go to die. The food court is filled with fried goodies that for decades have drawn thousands of people to brave the lines.

    By Rebecca Hanlon For the Daily Record/Sunday News |

  • Announcements

    Oley Valley’s top stories of 2014

    January Berks County Preservation Trust celebrates 50th: The year 2014 marked the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Berks County Historic Preservation Trust.

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  • Christmas

    Oley’s Christmas in the Valley draws crowd, celebrates 19 years

    Community members in the Oley Valley gathered together on Saturday, Dec. 20, filling the streets of Oley for the 19th annual Christmas in the Valley.

    Rebecca Blanchard
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  • Features/People

    Girl Scout Gold Award: Fleetwood senior delivers surgical caps, hats and crayon bags to duPont Hospital

    Jacqueline Carroll, a high school senior at Fleetwood High School, has delivered her Girl Scout Gold Award Project to duPont Hospital in Delaware.

    By Linda Yuengel Fleetwood Girl Scout Service Unit Manager |

  • Features/People

    Kreider family shares two fifth generation photos

    The Kreider family takes a current fifth generation photo with Jace Kreider, 4 months old, and shares last fifth generation photo featuring Jace’s father, Jason Kreider, from 1983.

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  • Pets

    Humane Society of Berks County’s Winter Weather Pet Safety Advisory

    The Humane Society of Berks County wants to ensure that every animal is safe and healthy during the cold winter months. “Every year we hear stories about pets becoming endangered because of the cold. Please remember that if it’s too cold for you, it’s likely too cold for your pet too,” stated Karel Minor, President & CEO of Humane Society of Berks County.

    Courtesy of The Humane Society of Berks County |

  • Food

    Through My Kitchen Window: The Flavor of Umami

    Yesterday, my son informed me that his scrambled eggs weren’t “saltypepperytasty” enough. I think the food word he was looking for was savory.

    By Davina Weinhold For 21st Century Media |

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