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Family Fun Friday: Today’s virtual treasure hunts encourage outdoor adventures

By Kolleen Long For Berks-Mont Newspapers |

Amity to request ambulance RFPs

The Amity Township Board of Supervisors said June 17 that it will follow the necessary protocol to locate and contract with an ambulance service. ...

By Denise Larive For Berks-Mont News |


  • News

    Local Iron Chef winner David Shefter brings Pa. BBQ Fest Blues, Brews, BBQ’s to Leesport Farmers Market

    Summer. What does it mean to you? Warmer days basking in the sun, spending time outside enjoying all the things we can’t do during the winter. Summer means so much, to so many people, in so many ways, but one thing we all love about summer is a good ole fashioned BBQ. Right?

    Submitted By Leesport Farmers Market |

  • News

    Members celebrate members at Northeast Berks Chamber of Commerce’s Shining Star Event on Sept. 24

    The Northeast Berks Chamber of Commerce announces its second-annual Shining Star Event to be held at the Berkleigh Golf Club, 14623 Kutztown Rd, Kutztown, on Thursday, September 24, 2015. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Sher

    Northeast Berks Chamber of Commerce |

  • News

    Chamber News: American Pickers look for antique leads in Pennsylvania

    Lori B. Donofrio-Galley, Executive Director of Northeast Berks Chamber of Commerce, received a call from Cineflix that American Pickers will be filming in Pennsylvania and the production company is looking for leads.


  • News

    Northeast Berks Chamber of Commerce hosts Family Networking Mixer July 23

    Several times a year, in addition to Member Breakfast programs and Making Connections Luncheons, the Northeast Berks Chamber of Commerce hosts evening mixers for members and guests to socialize and connect with resources in our strong regional business network.

    Northeast Berks Chamber |

  • News

    2015 Hamburg graduate Dana Anderson awarded 2015 Fleetwood Bank Scholarship

    Fleetwood Bank is pleased to announce that Dana N. Anderson, a 2015 Hamburg Area High School graduate, has been awarded the 2015 Fleetwood Bank Scholarship. Dana plans to continue her education at Reading Hospital School of Health Sciences in Reading. Offered since 2001, the scholarship provides up to $8,000 of tuition assistance.

    Fleetwood Bank |

  • Opinion

    A Look Back in History: Rural Folklife of the early 1900’s as seen by Photographers; H. Winslow Fegley & Amandus Moyer (Part II)

    Unlike Winslow Fegley, Amandus Moyer photographed life in the Oley Hills, around Fredericksville and the tavern at Landis Store, where frontier farmers lived more in seclusion. But being a very popular visitor at the Lobachsville Tavern and general store partly due to the curiosity driving his new automobile, he did fancy photographing good looking horses and their drivers, whether they drove a one-horse buggy or a team of horses. Since his farm was along Hoch’s corner where the...

    By Richard L.T. Orth Columnist |

  • Opinion

    From Arthur’s Policy Desk: The President and the Power of Faith Through Grace

    On June 26th, President Obama, gave a eulogy for State Senator Rev. Clementa Pinckney, who was killed in his own church building, along with eight other African Americans, by a white man who had just finished worshiping with them in a bible study group. Of the Black Church, the President said, “Over the course of centuries, black churches served as “hush harbors” where slaves could worship in safety; praise houses where their free descendants could gather and shout...

    By Dr. Arthur Garrison Columnist |

  • News

    Chester County Coroner names Gilbertsville boy as French Creek drowning victim

    WARWICK >> State police have confirmed that a 12-year-old boy found in the water at French Creek Wednesday has died.

    By Marian Dennis @MarianDennis1 on Twitter |

  • Women's lacrosse

    Golden Opportunity: Transcendent Boyertown girls lacrosse program turns 50

    BOYERTOWN >> When she lost as a college athlete, Marcia Brumbach cried.

    By Dan Dunkin For 21st Century Media |

  • Sports

    Legion Baseball: Rookies play a key role for the Bears

    In the season opening article I wrote that the Bears would in essence be blending three groups of players into one team for the 2015 season: “the high school guys,” “the college returnees,” and “the rookies.” As the regular season heads into its final week, the results of this blend have been rather successful in terms of the win-loss column, as the Bears have compiled an overall record of 19-6-2.

    By Rob Zambaninni For 21st Century Media |

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