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Studio B announces Thursday Series: Life in the Old Days: Stories of the Past with Bob Wood

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Fifteen Boyertown students awarded $29,700 in scholarships

The Berks County Community Foundation recently distributed $29,700 in scholarships to 15 Boyertown Area Senior High School graduates. ...

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MOST RECENT STORIES

  • General news

    Senator Mensch to host seminar on avoiding scams and identity theft

    Senator Bob Mensch (R- Montgomery, Bucks, Berks) will be hosting a seminar on avoiding scams and identity theft for interested constituents. PA consumers become victims of financial scams or identity theft on a daily basis. “This is a great time for constituents to learn how to look out for these scams and identity offers that are too good to be true,” said Mensch.

    From the officer of Senator Mensch |

  • Events

    Tri County Record Community Calendar Sept. 30

    Ongoing & Upcoming Events Shepherd’s Kitchen at Honey Brook Presbyterian Church FREE meal: Oct. 2, Nov. 6 and Dec. 4 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at 4331 Horseshoe Pike, Honey Brook. 610-273-2848 or email pastor@honeybrookpres.org.

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  • Neighborhood News

    Second Annual Barctoberfest Brings Dogs and Dog Owners Together at Community Park

    On Saturday, Sept. 27, BARCO hosted the second annual Barcoberfest in Boyertown Community Park where hundreds (of dogs and people) gathered to celebrate everything about dogs!

    By Kritsa Zimmerman For 21st Century Media |

  • Features/People

    Boyertown mayor takes on ALS Challenge with Walnut Woods’ staff, residents

    With the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge sweeping across communities as summertime concludes, one local group decided to take on the challenge while inviting others to do so if they wished. Staff at Walnut Woods Independent Senior Living Community organized the event, inviting residents to participate.

    By Berks-Mont News staff |

  • General news

    Date slated for 11th Annual Boyertown Area Unity Walk

    The 11th Annual Boyertown Area Unity Walk to be held Saturday, Oct. 11, at 2 p.m. promises to be a fun time for all ages.

    From the United Way of Boyertown |

  • General news

    Updated: Boyertown holds 55th ‘Original’ Cavalcade of Bands, winners announced

    Boyertown’s 55th “Original: Cavalcade of Bands, hosted annually by the Boyertown Area School Music League, was held on Saturday, Sept. 27, at the Boyertown Area Senior High School Memorial Stadium.

    By Berks-Mont News staff |

  • General news

    Major construction work at 562 and Shelbourne Rd. begins Sept. 29

    The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced today a project will begin Monday (Sept. 29) to improve the intersection of PA 562 with Shelbourne and Oley Turnpike roads in Exeter Township, Berks County.

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  • Education

    Hamburg Area High School adopts co-principality

    For the 2014-2015 school year, Hamburg Area High School students and faculty will be adjusting to the newly adopted principle of co-principality. Former vice-principal of HAHS, Mr. Andrew Netznik, will begoverning half of the student body, that is, the freshman and sophomore classes. The presiding, affable HAHS principal, Mr. Christopher Spohn, will continue to oversee and guide the junior and senior classes, no longer burdened by the idiosyncrasies of the unaccustomed underclassmen. Both of...

    By Julian Warner Senior, Hamburg Area High School |

  • Social groups and organizations

    Hamburg Rotary donates to Hamburg Area Drug Intervention Team at recent meeting

    Jennifer Pospisil accepts a donation for H.A.D.I.T (Hamburg Area Drug Intervention Team) from the Hamburg Rotary Club. Elaine Swavely past president of Hamburg Rotary presents the check. The donation is to help educate an bring awareness to the growing illegal drug problem facing our society today.

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  • Education

    James DeLong and Annie Bleiler crowned Brandywine Heights Homecoming King & Queen

    Brandywine Heights High School started off its Homecoming with the BHHS Girls’ Soccer team beating Antietam 4-0.

    By Helen Miller Brandywine senior |

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