In Other News

Reading Civic Theatre’s ‘Shrek’ captivates young fans

By Cheryl Thornburg |


  • Sports

    Conestoga Christian stays with tradition

    The Conestoga Christian varsity boys soccer team has a seven-year tradition of starting the season off with a road trip.

    By Barry Sankey @BarryBsankey1 on Twitter |

  • Features/People

    Getting to Know your Sunny Crest Neighbor: Amelia Rissler

    My name is Amelia Rissler, I am 53 years old and I grew up in Martindale on Gristmill Road.

    From Sunny Crest |

  • General news

    Hay Creek Apple Festival . . . Fun, Food and a Bit of History

    Morgantown >> What brings your family together? Food and fun are most certainly high on the list. This makes the annual Hay Creek Apple Festival at Historic Joanna Furnace the premier attraction to enjoy apple foods and to have out-of-the-ordinary fun.

    From Hay Creek Valley Historical Association |

  • Columns

    Pickin’ in Pa: Rewarding the customer

    When was the last time you were “rewarded” just for being a customer? I’ll admit it has been a long time since I felt special for shopping at a certain place. But, it wasn’t so long ago that merchants “rewarded” their customers with all kinds of gifts just for shopping in their store!

    By Ellen Geisel Columnist |

  • Business

    Mascaro affiliate purchases Marvin Miller’s Birdsboro Business And Real Estate Holdings

    Well known local businessman, Marvin Miller, and his wife, Glenda, recently entered into an agreement to sell all of their Birdsboro real estate and business holdings to M. B. Investments (“MB”), a J. P. Mascaro & Sons affiliate.

    From J.P. Mascaro & Sons |

  • General news

    Gov. Corbett serves ice cream treats in Kenhorst

    The cool September air crackled with anticipated outside of the Kenhorst Dairy Queen on Tuesday night Sept. 16, where Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett hosted a meet and greet as part of his 2014 campaign for reelection against Tom Wolf, the state’s Democratic candidate.

    By Katie Gittings 21st Century Media |

  • General news

    Exeter snuffs out e-ciggs on campus

    The Exeter campus has put a stop to alternative ways of smoking.

    Emily Thiel

  • General news

    Exeter board allows parental option for Chromebook insurance

    The Exeter Township School Board voted against the purchase of approximately over 1,000 Chromebooks at a price ranging between $375,000 and $405,000 during their Tuesday, Sept. 16 meeting. The requested purchase would result in providing Chromebooks for students in grades 10 through 12. The vote was eight to one against the purchase of the computers, and would have expanded an already existing program the district is currently using for the ninth graders this school year. One of the concerns...

    By Joshua Smith and Alma Anguiano 21st Century Media |

  • Features/People

    2013 Fair Person of the Year returns for 68th annual event; Kevin Bieber serves for 12th year as Oley Fair President

    Kevin D. Bieber was awarded 2013 Fair Person of the Year for his dedication to and involvement with the Oley Valley Community Fair, the Oley Valley community and the Pennsylvania State Fair Association.

    By Laura Dillon For 21st Century Media |

  • Events

    I-105 radio personality Casey Allyn to sign copies of new cookbook at Oley Fair

    I-105 radio personality Casey Allyn, will be signing copies of her newest cookbook at this year’s Oley Community Fair on Saturday, Sept. 20, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    By Hilda Hynes For 21st Century Media |

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