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LOWER POTTSGROVE — A Boyertown Area School District van was involved in a crash in Lower Pottsgrove Wednesday morning, police and school district officials said....
HARRISBURG — Hundreds of frustrated taxpayers boarded buses Tuesday morning to take their demand for property tax relief to the people who can make it happen — the members of the Pennsylvania Legislature....
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Arts and entertainment
For the last decade, Brandywine Heights Area High School Art Department has hosted their “Feed a Starving Artist” event. The event was designed to offer local artisans a free venue to sell or just display their work in addition to offering the art department a venue to showcase student talents. With over 50 crafters you are sure to find that special gift or maybe something to brighten your own décor. This year the Art 4 students were given a “Flea Market Flip” assignment. Their finished works...
A mishap on Neversink Rd., Exeter Township left one yard in ruins Tuesday, Dec. 3.
The Red Cross Berks County Chapter requests food items for veterans holiday baskets. Veterans who use the Veteran’s Transportation Services program to ride the Berks County van to the Lebanon VA hospital will receive a basket this holiday season.
SOUTHERN BERKS LOCAL
Taxes rise for residents of Birdsboro in the upcoming year.
Are you a cookie baker? Then this contest is for you! Bake your favorite, most delicious holiday cookie recipe and bring us a sample. Our tasters extraordinaire will sample the cookies and announce the favorite in the Dec. 18 edition of The Southern Berks News, The Boyertown Area Times and Community Connection.
“Let there be light.”Genesis 1:3
The Be a Santa to a Senior holiday program in your area will be ending soon, Dec. 11. The program is being carried out in partnership between Home Instead Senior Care, volunteers and members of the community to collect and deliver gifts to lonely and needy seniors in your area.
One of Daniel Boone’s newest school board members, Richard Martino, Douglassville, was elected board president Dec. 2, with a 5-4 vote during the board’s reorganization.
Following the election of new Daniel Boone School Board member Richard Martino, Douglassville, to board president on Dec. 2, Martino initiated a heated half-hour-long discussion regarding the future location of the district’s offices.