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    Berks County Bar Association to hold lecture on challenges for the press

    READING >> The Berks County Bar Association will be holding a lecture next month that will touch on challenges facing the press.

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    Fire Prevention Week: Garden Spot Fire Rescue

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    Twin Valley Fire Dept.: 99 percent of fires are easily preventable

    Twin Valley Fire Department offers fire safety tips while recognizing Fire Prevention Week.

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    Fire Prevention Week: Honey Brook Fire Co. celebrates 125th anniversary

    Honey Brook Borough and Honey Brook Fire Company hosted a 125th anniversary celebration on Aug. 5, 2017.

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    Exeter Township K-9 officer retires from police department

    EXETER >> Exeter Police have some big paw prints to fill after one of their seasoned K-9 officers is stepping down from duty.

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    FOOD: Loca producers offering specialty mushrooms

    “We still handpick all of our mushrooms,” said Linda Phillips Steller, leading an impromptu tour of the family business, Phillips Mushroom Farms in Kennett Square. “We grow shiitake mushrooms in those houses down there.”

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    A Look Back in History: Cultural exchange between the Quaker English and PA Dutch

    Successful farmers with iron forges and iron furnace manufacturing hauled their farm and iron products to the nation’s capitol daily in participating with the Republic’s economy. Thus, these upstate Dutchmen were also very familiar with English Georgian architecture as they noticed the Quaker mansions of William Penn’s “Society of Friends” and Grand Independence Hall where the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776. Later, these same Pennsylvania...

    By Richard L.T. Orth Columnist|

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    REFLECTIONS: Halloween shopping season is upon us

    The retail cycle always is out in front of the regular calendar so the Halloween shopping season is upon us. Of course, once Halloween passes, it’s full bore into the Christmas shopping cycle that now lasts almost as long as presidential election campaigns.

    By Mike Zielinski Columnist|

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    Village Library hosts Weekly Homeschool Group in Morgantown

    Every Monday in the Community Room at the Village Library there is an opportunity for homeschooled children of any age to gather together for a variety of activities. This is the third year the library will be offering this to our community.

    By Carol Donahue Village Library|

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    Twin Valley Rotary Club students of the month announced

    On September 20, 2017 the Twin Valley Rotary Club was proud to honor Twin Valley High School seniors Hannah Spiri and David Sabulsky as their students of the month. The presentation was made at their weekly meeting. Hannah and David were honored for their participation in extra-curricular activities and outstanding academic achievement.

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