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New King Frost leads 51st consecutive parade in Hamburg

By Shea Singley|

Chamber members hear about economic impact of travel, tourism in the region

Limerick >> The economic impact of travel and tourism in the tri-county region was the topic of discussion at Thursday’s TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce annual economic development luncheon. ...

By Donna Rovins drovins@21st-centurymedia.com @MercBiz on Twitter |

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  • General news

    New King Frost leads 51st consecutive parade in Hamburg

    For the first time in 32 years it was not Domer Leibensperger as King Frost leading the historic and well-loved King Frost Parade on Saturday, Oct. 25. In its 51st consecutive year, under the Hamburg Jaycees, the parade has entered into a new era and thus a new King Frost, George Mitten.

    Shea Singley
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  • General news

    Chamber members hear about economic impact of travel, tourism in the region

    Limerick >> The economic impact of travel and tourism in the tri-county region was the topic of discussion at Thursday’s TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce annual economic development luncheon.

    By Donna Rovins drovins@21st-centurymedia.com @MercBiz on Twitter |

  • General news

    Mind Your Body: It’s time to boost your immune system

    I thought there were only four seasons, but it’s the time of year when a fifth one appears, “cold and flu season.” As the temperature drops, the heat comes on, and we spend more hours indoors, we can benefit from some simple, natural steps to support our immunity.

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  • Music

    Two Brandywine Heights seniors accepted into All-National Band, slated to perform at Grand Ole Opry Oct. 29

    Two Brandywine Heights High School seniors are the first from the district to be accepted into the All-National Honors Ensemble Concert Band and will perform with them Oct. 29 at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.

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  • Features/People

    Lenhartsville couple celebrates 40 years of marriage

    Gene and Diane (Siegfried) Schuler of Lenhartsville celebrated 40 years of marriage on Oct. 12. The couple was married in 1974 in Alburtis. In honor of this milestone, Gene and Diane’s children and siblings threw them a surprise party with 100 of their closest family and friends at the Virginville Grange.

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  • Features/People

    Fleetwood High School Senior Students Of The Month for October

    The Fleetwood Area High School would like to announce their senior students of the month for October.

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  • General news

    Police: Murder-suicide was cause of death for men found in car

    Washington TWP. >> The causes of death for two men whose bodies were found last Friday inside a parked car were murder and suicide, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

    By Marian Dennis mdennis@pottsmerc.com @MarianDennis1 on Twitter |

  • Features/People

    Lancaster native Michelle Kemper Brownlow signs debut romance series in Elverson

    Best selling author Michelle Kemper Brownlow will be signing her debut romance novel, “In Too Deep,” as well as the next two books in the series, “On Solid Ground” and “Above the Noise,” on Saturday, Nov. 1, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Bargain Book Warehouse in the Morgantown Crossings shopping center, 230 Crossings Blvd., Elverson. A raffle will also be held for Amazon gift cards. Raffle tickets received with the purchase of each of...

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  • Lifestyle

    Photos: Oley’s 2014 Halloween Parade

    The Oley Valley held it’s annual Halloween Parade on Saturday, Oct. 18.

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