In Other News

Annual Elverson dance of the sunflowers open to the community

By Carol Quaintance For Digital First Media |

Hamburg’s Our Town Foundation hosts Party on the Square

Hamburg’s Our Town Foundation dedicated the State Street Square at Party on the Square with music, pie eating contest, magic, food and a Dunk Tank on July 23. ...

By Lisa Mitchell|


  • News

    Satoyama Homestead offers tips for raising backyard chickens

    Whether you are looking for fresh eggs or meat (or both), chickens are an excellent way to begin producing your own food on your own terms. Like other livestock, chickens need appropriate shelter, nutrition, clean water and care. Chickens are also social animals and will be happiest in a flock, so consider raising two or more birds together.

    Satoyama Homestead |

  • News

    CVC’s Carol Intintoli receives PCCD Victim Services Award

    Amidst accolades such as “a gifted ally for young people in the community,” “a dedicated victim advocate and educator,” “a constant pillar of support for the agency” and “a treasured mentor and friend,” a stunned Carol Intintoli received the 2016 Governor’s Victim Service Pathways’ Individual Prevention/Education and Outreach Award from the PA Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD). Intintoli, the longest serving staff...

    The Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County, Inc. |

  • News

    Just Friends and Potter’s Clay to perform Music in the Grove

    St. John Center Lutheran Church again welcomes Just Friends and Potter’s Clay to Music in the Grove on Sunday evening, Aug. 7 at 6 p.m. Just Friends is a local group that plays old time country and gospel music. The members of Just Friends are Vera Kochel, Leon Gehman, Raymond Weidman and Theresa King. Just Friends will perform the first part of the program, followed by Potter’s Clay playing all gospel music for the second segment.

    St. John Center Lutheran Church |

  • News

    Ask Esther: How can we improve our home to get the best and quickest sale?

    Dear Esther: We are thinking of selling in a year or two. We want to do all we can to improve our home so it sells for the most money and quickly. What advice can you give to guide us in this?

    By Esther Prosser Columnist |

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    West Nantmeal Historical Commission to erect memorial plaque

    The West Nantmeal Historical Commission would like to erect an historical marker near the site, in West Nantmeal where a B-24 bomber crashed during WWII.

    West Nantmeal Historical Commission |

  • Lifestyle

    Tri County Community Calendar Aug. 2

    Event Submissions: send to week prior to publication. Note Tri County Record calendar in e-mail subject.


  • News

    Applicants for Montco jobs won’t be asked about felony convictions

    NORRISTOWN >> Montgomery County has “banned the box.”

    By Kaitlyn Foti @kaitlynfoti on Twitter |

  • News

    State Theatre of Boyertown readies to reopen

    The State Theatre is getting ready to reopen to the public for the first time since its closure in March 2015. Major renovation work is happening right now to prepare for an October opening.

    Rebecca Blanchard

  • Sports

    Pine Forge captures Mid-Atlantic championship

    MT. OLIVE, N.J. >> Pine Forge had blanked Mt. Olive (N.J.) 8-0 Saturday to make the championship round of the 16-18 Babe Ruth Mid-Atlantic Regional, sending the hosts to the loser’s bracket final.

    By Dan Dunkin For Digital First Media @DanDunkin1 on Twitter |

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    NomFest in Kutztown helps poor, homeless

    NomFest 2016: Charity Food and Arts Festival at Kutztown Park on July 24 helped the poor and homeless.

    Lisa Mitchell

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