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Kutztown’s first woman mayor steps down after 12 years

By Lisa Mitchell|

Kutztown Borough candidates vie for mayor, council seats

Kutztown residents James Schlegel is running uncontested for Kutztown mayor and Arabel Elliott uncontested for Kutztown Borough Council in the 2017 primaries on May 16. Incumbents Derek Mace and Kevin Snyder are running uncontested for re-election for...

By Lisa Mitchell|

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  • Entertainment

    Music Around Town for May 10

    10 May – Kim & Paul at Mackey’s, Douglassville ( 8 p.m. start)

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  • Events

    Savor an Elegant Victorian Tea at Historic Joanna Furnace May 13

    The Ironmaster’s wife at the Joanna Furnace Iron Works invites guests to the 11th annual Victorian Tea. Register now to reserve your spot for this special event, which will take place Saturday, May 13, at 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. at Historic Joanna Furnace.

    Hay Creek Valley Historical Association|

  • Announcements

    Boyertown junior high students attend Youth and Government conference

    Thirty-eight students from Boyertown junior High East recently attended the Youth and Government conference in Harrisburg. They had their second bill passed in our five year club history. Alexis Moll who sponsored a Bill requiring businesses to have parking space for pregnant mothers and for mothers of infants. Kristin Stauffer co-sponsored this bill.

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  • Entertainment

    Phoenixville’s Colonial Theater celebrates opening of new wing with special events; support sought

    The iconic Colonial Theatre in Phoenixville welcomes movie lovers to its newly constructed wing on Friday, May 12.

    Submitted to Ticket|

  • News

    Healthy Lifestyles Expo puts the spotlight on wellness

    LOWER POTTSGROVE >> A state representative made it his mission to inform the community about different aspects of healthy living with an annual expo at the SunnyBrook Ballroom on Friday.

    By Michilea Patterson mpatterson@21st-centurymedia.com @MichileaP on Twitter|

  • News

    Three vie for open supervisor seat in Earl Township

    Three are competing for the open supervisor seat in Earl Township. The candidates include incumbent John Hetrick, Boyertown school board incumbent Paul Stengle, and firefighter Brian Filby.

    Rebecca Blanchard
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  • News

    Chestnut Knoll recognizes staff and resident nurses

    “Nurses are a crucial part of providing superior healthcare to our seniors at Chestnut Knoll and Chestnut Knoll At Home, and we are so thankful to all of them each and every day.”

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  • News

    Brandywine Heights Cascade Brigade Juggling Club hosts Juggling Festival May 20

    For a number of years the Reading Juggler’s Club held June Jugglefest at Kutztown University. During the renovation at Schaeffer Auditorium they did not have a show. Once the renovation was complete they decided not to continue their festival.

    By Lori Angstadt Cascade Brigade Juggling Club|

  • News

    KCP hosts Art Soiree

    Building on the success of the former art crawl, Kutztown Community Partnership expanded the event into the Kutztown Art Soiree May 4, 5 and 6. Merchants along Kutztown’s Main Street business district offered area artists the opportunity to display their works in their stores. Each participating business hosted one or more artists. The event highlighted the efforts of contemporary artists including Kutztown artists Jan Crooker and Celine Neyhart. Works includde paintings, sculptures,...

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  • News

    Maxatawny Township Resident fined six figures for refusing to connect to sewer

    A Maxatawny resident has been ordered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to connect to the Maxatawny Township’s water treatment facility. After four years the resident has yet to comply, leading to nearly six figures worth of fines and fees.

    By Laura E. Quain For Digital First Media|

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