Editor of Patriot, Managing Editor of Berks-Mont Newspapers
Phone: 610-562-7515 Ext. x24
Lisa Mitchell is the editor of The Kutztown Patriot and Managing Editor of Berks-Mont Newspapers.
Kutztown FriendFest, good time for good cause: Beer and Wine Festival helps end poverty in Northeastern Berks County
“Get out of this winter’s icy chill and join us for the 7th Annual FriendFest Beer and Wine Festival,” invited Friend Inc. Community Services in Kutztown.
Kutztown Student Council hosts mini-THON Feb. 27 to 28, approaching $20,000 raised for childhood cancer
Kutztown Area High School Student Council hosts its mini-THON to raise funds for childhood cancer tonight, Feb. 27, from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m.
The 25th annual Kutztown Fools Run honors the memory of local runner Sally Miksiewicz and features the return of the costume contest for the event’s Silver Anniversary.
Graffiti has been scrawled on Morgantown businesses for the past couple of months. Caernarvon Township Police intend to make an arrest shortly.
Village Library in Morgantown welcomes new director Natasha Donaldson, who started on Feb. 9.
Upgrade US 222 email Campaign calls for 4-lane highway: Kutztown man spearheads effort, in partnership with Facebook site 222 Sucks, to send statement to legislators, PennDOT and planning commissions
In partnership with Facebook site 222 Sucks, Kutztown resident Dan Spiegel is spearheading an Upgrade 222 e-mail campaign that kicked off Sunday, Feb. 22 at 6 p.m.
Wyebrook Farm in Honey Brook farms to the table: Grass fed cattle, woodland pasture pigs and pasture chickens butchered and sold on site, served in their own restaurant
Wyebrook Farm is a sustainable farm in Honey Brook that sells its own meat products on site in its own butcher shop and restaurant.
Agriculture is booming in Earl and East Earl Township and the New Holland area according to Representative Dave Zimmerman.
Eva Dillon, 13, of Elverson, won second prize in the October 2014 Cricket League art competition.
Topton photographer Dorothy Siravo captures Berks County landscapes, aims to freeze a moment in time
Topton photographer Dorothy Siravo invited family and friends to a reception for her very first gallery show of her photography at The Corner Gallery on the Kutztown University campus Feb. 2.