In Other News

The Historian: Cazenove’s journey through Pennsylvania, 1794

By Robert Wood Columnist |

New Hanover Historical Society slates May program

New Hanover >>The May meeting of the New Hanover Historical Society will feature an illustrated talk by Jim McClelland about how cannon were made in Pennsylvania for the American Revolution. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 2...

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  • Lifestyle

    Pets: Adoptables from the Montgomery County SPCA

    Ty enjoys long cat naps in tight quarters, feline and canine companionship, and above all, love. He can be rather timid and shy, but once he feels comfortable, you better look out. Ty will reserve your lap for hours at a time just appreciating the company and back scratches. And if all that scratching gets to be a bit too much, tuck him in a blanket by your side where he’ll snuggle up safe and secure to sleep away his troubles. Release number A184954.

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  • News

    “Every Hero Has A Story” Summer Reading Schedule At The Village Library In Morgantown

    Mon., June 8: @ 6:30pm: Summer Kick Off with “Two of a Kind”

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  • Opinion

    Ask Esther: They Need To Love What They See

    Dear Esther – We are ready to sell our home so we contacted a realtor to get it on the market. She gave us a long list of items to do before selling. We have always taken good care of our property and feel the list is unnecessary. She even suggested hiring a stager to help us with this. How important is it to have everything perfect when selling?

    By Esther Prosser Columnist |

  • Opinion

    Focus on the Family: Parent searching for advice on how to help son lose weight

    Q: Do you have any advice for the parent of a preteen child who’s extremely overweight? I want to help him lose weight while he’s young, before it becomes a serious problem later in life.

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  • Events

    Boyertown YMCA to host Senior Fitness Day

    The Boyertown YMCA, 301 W. Spring Street, will host Senior Fitness Day on Wednesday, May 27, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    From the Boyertown YMCA |

  • Events

    Whole Health and Wellness Weekly Group kicks off

    Berks Encore of Reading will host a weekly seminar series tackling a variety of whole health issues related to aging.

    From Berks Encore |

  • Events

    Full day of events scheduled for Memorial Day in Mohnton

    A full day of events will highlight the Memorial Day celebration in Mohnton this year, beginning with the 55th Annual Memorial Day Parade. The parade, which begins at 9 am at the Mohnton VFW Post on Wyomissing Avenue, will feature many walking groups, as well as the World Champion Reading Buccaneers and the Gov. Mifflin HIgh School Band. The parade will end at the Mohnsville Cemetery, which will be the site of a Memorial Service beginning at 10 a.m.

    Submitted story |

  • Events

    Daniel Boone Homestead announces History Day Camp

    History Day Camp is a week-long, colonial adventure where kids will experience and learn what Daniel did while growing up here. Each day will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Space is limited to 15 children. The cost is $90/child for the week, Friends of the Daniel Boone Homestead members $80/child.

    From The Daniel Boone Homestead |

  • News

    Tel Hai hosts Annual Public Bargain Book Sale June 4 & 5

    Tel Hai Retirement Community welcomes the public to participate in their annual bargain book sale scheduled for Thursday, June 4 and Friday, June 5 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. in the community’s auditorium/chapel located on Tel Hai’s campus at 1200 Tel Hai Circle in Honey Brook.

    Tel Hai |

  • News

    Tel Hai celebrates volunteers at Appreciation Banquet

    Tel Hai Retirement Community celebrated their valued and honored volunteers at their annual Volunteer Appreciation Banquet held Tuesday, April 14 at Shady Maple Banquet Facility in East Earl. During the calendar year, more than 39,000 hours of service were amassed by 375 volunteers, including Tel Hai residents and local community members.

    Tel Hai |

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