In Other News

WATCH: Legoland Discovery Center breaks ground at Plymouth Meeting Mall; 50,000 Lego bricks dumped

By Andy Stettler @andystettler on Twitter|

Photos: Boyertown buries time capsule at community park

On Friday, Oct. 21, the Borough of Boyertown buried a time capsule at the community park in honor of its sesquicentennial. ...

By Rebecca Blanchard|


  • News

    THE YANKEE CHEF: ‘Tis the season for some apple cider donuts

    These truly are fantastic, cake-like donuts (yes, DONUTS, not DOUGHNUTS) that almost have you welcoming the fall weather to come. A word of note, if you are using an electric mixer of any kind, add another ¾ cup flour. I also use Alpine brand cider mix, but any brand will do.

    By Jim Bailey The Yankee Chef |

  • TriCounty Community Calendar Oct. 25

    Event Submissions: Email to at least one week prior to desired publication. Note TriCounty Record Calendar in email subject.


  • News

    Hamburg Item Community Calendar 10-26

    Submit to Calendar: E-mail event listings to Note Item Calendar in e-mail subject.


  • News

    Oley man arrested in marijuana grow operation

    OLEY >> Police arrested one man Tuesday after detectives discovered an elaborate marijuana grow operation inside his home.

    By Marian Dennis @MarianDennis1 on Twitter|

  • Sports

    SAXTON: Pair of Kings: Petty worth appreciating even more after Palmer’s passing

    Richard Petty and Arnold Palmer have done more for their sports than anyone else I can think of. Petty is referred to as “The King” in NASCAR stock car racing and Arnold Palmer, who passed away just recently, was referred to as “The King” in professional golf. He was not the greatest golfer but he was the best at promoting the game of golf just as Richard Petty continues to be.

    By Ernie Saxton For Digital First Media|

  • Elections

    Candidates eye Pitts’ 16th Congressional District seat

    Pennsylvania’s 16th Congressional District, the longtime stronghold of Republican U.S. Rep. Joe Pitts of East Marlborough, has opened up after his 10 terms in that seat. Pitts announced his intention not to pursue another term late in 2015.

    By Chris Barber|

  • Entertainment

    Fleetwood Community Theatre presents ‘Love, Sex and the IR$’ through Oct. 30

    Love and laughter take the stage when Fleetwood Community Theatre presents “Love, Sex and The IR$,” by Billy VanZandt and Jane Milmore, Oct. 20 through Oct. 30.

    Fleetwood Community Theatre |

  • News

    Additional 223 acres preserved in Berks

    An additional 223 acres of Berks County farmland will be preserved through the purchase of conservation easements valued at $541,250 dollars that were approved today by the Pennsylvania Agricultural Land Preservation Board, according to State Senator Judy Schwank (D-Berks), a Preservation Board member.

    Sen. Schwank’s Office|

  • News

    Shartlesville Lions honored for long-time service

    Long-time service to the Lions Club was recently recognized.

    Lions Club|

  • Hamburg High School Aerial Boundaries choir sings at KU Choral Festival

    Hamburg High School select choir Aerial Boundaries participated in the Kutztown University High School Choral Festival Oct. 18 in Schaeffer Auditorium.

    Lisa Mitchell

The Berks-Mont News: BLOGS