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Clean Up clears 53 bags of trash off Hamburg streets on Earth Day

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Kutztown dedicates renovated gym to Coach John Silan

The Kutztown Area School District proudly welcomed the public to see the area’s newest gem- the newly renovated high school and gymnasium. The ceremony hosted administration, current students, parents, residents and more than 100 Kutztown Couga...

By Laura E. Quain For Digital First Media|

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    2 Exeter Township residents arrested for drug trafficking in Berks, Lancaster counties

    READING >> Berks County Detectives have arrested two Exeter Township residents who were allegedly involved in a drug-trafficking operation in the township.

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  • Entertainment

    Playcrafters presents Wendy Wasserstein’s ‘The Sisters Rosensweig’

    Coming to Playcrafters’ stage this April is a tender story steeped in Jewish culture and humor. The play centers around three Jewish (and very successful) sisters on the eve of a long awaited reunion—and a birthday. Can you hear the “oy’s” yet?

    By Mary Cantell|

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    Exeter School Board gets update on food service, budget projection

    EXETER >> Jennifer Wilinsky, food services director at Exeter Township School District, presented school board members with a food service report during the April 18 meeting.

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    New Amity police officer sworn into service

    New Amity Police Officer Fernando Santiago III was sworn into service by Amity Police Chief Andrew J. Kensey on April 20.

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    Daniel Boone School District parents help pick 2017-18 calendar

    The Daniel Boone Area School Board and district staff have listened — and responded — to the results of a recent online poll regarding in-service days and the “first student day” of the 2017-18 school year.

    By Denise Larive For Digital First Media|

  • Sports

    SAXTON: NASCAR keeps searching for right All-Star race formula

    As the engines fired, the lightbulbs buzzed – it was a first for the annual non-points extravaganza. Never before had an all-star race been run under the lights. Dubbed “One Hot Night,” the 1992 race signaled a new era, one that became tradition for the fan-favorite event.

    By Ernie Saxton For Digital First Media|

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    Kutztown Art Soiree attracts local artists at all level

    Building on the success of the former art crawl, Kutztown Community Partnership will expand the event into the Kutztown Art Soiree May 4, 5 and 6. Merchants along Kutztown’s Main Street business district will offer area artists the opportunity to display their works in their stores.

    By Jessica LoPresti KCP|

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    KU hosts Summer Filmmaking Institute

    The kutztown university Department of Cinema, Television & Media Production will host a Summer Filmmaking Institute Jun. 19-23, which is open to the public, ages 13 and up.

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    Hamburg Lions Club April speaker talks about Lions Beacon Lodge Camp

    The Hamburg Lions hold there program meetings the first Friday of every month. For the month of April we had Melissa Hinkle. She spoke about Pennsylvania Lions Beacon Lodge Camp. This is a special Service Camp for Children and Adults with disabilities. The Hamburg Lions Club helps to support this camp. And one of the ways we do this is with fundraisers, like our shopping spree that is held every year in the spring. If you would like to know more about Beacon Lodge Camp just go to...

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    King’s Academy hosts Open House April 30

    The King’s Academy will host an Open House on Sunday, April 30th, 2017 from 2 to 3 p.m.

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