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Amity postpones turkey farm final approval

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A new ‘Kingdom’ from Frontier Ruckus. Band to play at Johnny Brenda’s

Matthew Milia thinks it’s “a miracle” that his Detroit-based band, Frontier Ruckus, has been around for nearly 15 years and [just released] its fifth album. ...

By Gary Graff ggraff@digitalfirstmedia.com, @GraffonMusic on Twitter|

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    Daniel Boone School Board approves preliminary budget

    Following a three-week public review period, the Daniel Boone School Board approved 8-1 its 2017-18 preliminary budget of $56,336,312.

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    Woman visiting husband’s grave dies after cemetery crash in Pottstown

    POTTSTOWN >> A Berks County woman died of natural causes Saturday, just hours after an asthma attack caused her to crash an SUV into a tree at a cemetery, trapping her inside for hours before help arrived. The woman’s death comes just over a week after the death of her husband.

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    Photos: St. Francis Academy students take part in jump-a-thon

    Students in K through eight at St. Francis Academy in Bally raised $1,962 for the American Heart Association with their annual jump-a-thon during gym class.

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    Medical pot farm proposed for West Pottsgrove

    WEST POTTSGROVE >> A proposal to construct a 100,000-square-foot indoor medical marijuana growing facility on the site of the former Stanley G. Flagg Brass plant in Stowe will not be opposed by the township commissioners.

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    New Pottstown PAL director meets police leadership

    POTTSTOWN >> As part of her welcome to town, the new head of the Pottstown Area Police Athletic League met with representatives from the police and county sheriff’s department to discuss the program’s future.

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    West Pottsgrove won’t open its pool for summer

    WEST POTTSGROVE >> The township pool, which has struggled to stay open and solvent in the past two years will not open for the summer 2017 season, the township commissioners announced this week.

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    Mystery donor may help Pottstown cover shortfall in stadium lights fund

    POTTSTOWN >> An anonymous donor who gave $10,000 to the campaign to raise money to replace the lights at Pottstown High School’s Grigg Memorial Field has now offered to loan the effort up to $86,000 to ensure the lights get erected this summer in time for the fall football season.

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

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    New Pottsgrove School district hazing policy carries harsh penalties

    LOWER POTTSGROVE >> The new hazing policy adopted by the Pottsgrove School Board has some serious consequences for violators.

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    Pottstown’s ‘Trojan Men’ aid national tour to fight cancer with TV appearance

    POTTSTOWN >> In a not-so-unique “twist,” Pottstown High School’s Trojan Man mascot is gaining a reputation as a real childhood cancer fighter.

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    EAGLE SIGHTING: The Hill School spots bald eagles nesting on the property

    POTTSTOWN >> Faculty at The Hill School recently discovered some feathered friends residing on the property.

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