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11th annual Honey Spas Car & Motorcycle Show in Mohnton

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PA Seventh-day Adventists thank community for support after tornado struck Blue Mountain Elementary

On Thursday, July 9, an EF1 tornado struck Blue Mountain Seventh-day Adventist Elementary School, a Christian school in Hamburg, taking off the roof, destroying the gym, and knocking down several walls of the 46-year-old brick structure. Principal Rac...

By Jeff Bovee VP of Education PA Conference of Seventh-day Adventist |

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    Berks man accused of recording females in store fitting room

    NORRISTOWN >> A Berks County man who previously spent time in jail for indecent exposure faces new allegations he secretly photographed females, including a teenage girl, undressing in a fitting room at an Upper Providence Target store.

    By Carl Hessler Jr. chessler@21st-centurymedia.com @MontcoCourtNews on Twitter |

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    MCCC Dental Hygiene Clinic Seeks Patients for Fall Semester

    The Dental Hygiene Clinic at Montgomery County Community College’s (MCCC) Central Campus in Blue Bell is actively recruiting patients with periodontal, or gum, disease for the fall semester. Patients will be screened for eligibility on Monday, Sept. 14 by appointment, and those who qualify will begin treatment.

    From Montgomery County Community College |

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    Family fun at 144th annual Kutztown Fair: New this year was Tiger Encounter

    There was much to see, do and eat at the 144th annual Kutztown Fair last week, Aug. 10 to 15.

    Lisa Mitchell
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    Adoptables from the Montco SPCA

    Lucy and Roxie are two Purebred Boxer sisters hoping to stay together. Roxie was recently diagnosed with mast cell cancer. It was a lower-grade mass that was removed, and she is expected to have another five to six years to live. She is very bonded with sister, and we hope to find someone willing to add them both to their family. Both dogs are at our Abington branch. 215-886-8802. Release numbers A256407 (Lucy, 6yo brindle) and A256408 (Roxie, 8yo tan and white).

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  • Entertainment

    Playcrafters of Skippack set to present ‘Little Shop of Horrors’

    Music, comedy, and a little bit of horror blend deliciously in Playcrafters’ upcoming show, “Little Shop of Horrors,” where a unique flower shop plant finds its nourishment in the unthinkable.

    By Mary Cantell For Playcrafters |

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    Cat Angel Network: Meet Morgan, a little dynamo with a passion for play

    Morgan is one of the many kittens that Cat Angel Network has up for adoption. Like all of our kittens, this young boy has already been neutered, is tested for Feline Leukemia and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (negative for both), has been given required vaccinations and is treated for parasites. What could be easier for someone who wants to add kittens to their family than to take them home with all necessary vet work already completed? The $95 adoption fee ($85 for the second kitten) is a...

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  • Columns

    The Historian: As Dutch as Sauerkraut, Part II

    Last week’s “Historian” noted that cabbage, often eaten in the form of sauerkraut, was undoubtedly the primary vegetable crop cultivated by the early Germanic immigrants of this area. Theophile Cazenove, an agent for French real estate interests, traveled across Berks County in 1794 and recorded in his journal that the farmers in the “Cootstown” (Kutztown) area, “Have a few gardens at least for cabbage and carrots and they all have...

    By Robert Wood Columnist |

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    Delaware Valley hosts walk to generate awareness, support for victims of Myasthenia Gravis

    On Sunday, Oct. 4, the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America, Inc. will host the Delaware Valley MG Walk in an effort to raise support and awareness about an incurable, debilitating disease.

    Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America, Inc. |

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    The Great Swamp Picnic is set for this Saturday

    This Saturday, Aug. 22, is the Great Swamp Picnic.

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    New cars, new progress for Colebrookdale Railroad

    There is lots of progress to report in the Colebrookdale Railroad’s efforts to move forward with its mission to strengthen its connections to the Pottstown.

    By Evan Brandt ebrandt@21st-centurymedia.com @PottstownNews on Twitter |

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