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Jacob Karnchanaphati 5K raises funds for scholarships

From Michelle Karnchanaphati|

Shelbourne Road bridge opens in Exeter Township

The opening of two bridges under reconstruction over the summer should ease traffic congestion in the township. ...

Digital First Media|


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    Guernsey Wins Supreme at 2018 Chester County 4-H Dairy Round-Up

    Kolby Stoltzfus of East Earl won Supreme Champion at the Chester Co. 4-H Dairy Round-Up, August 10, 2018, with his Winter Yearling Warwick Manor LSStar-ET.

    From Jessie M. Sargent|

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    Robeson Lutheran church recognized for public welcoming statement

    Robeson Evangelical Lutheran Church has been recognized by Reconciling Works (formerly Lutherans Concerned/North America) as the most recent Reconciling in Christ congregation in the greater Reading, Pennsylvania area. This recognition comes after the congregational leadership officially adopted a public statement of welcome for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. The statement reads in part:

    From Linell McCormick|

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    Tri County Record Community Calendar Aug. 28

    Submit events about 10 days in advance of publication date to Note Tri County Record Calendar.


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    Wet, Wild & Wooly fun at Kutztown Fair

    Wild & Wooly was the theme for the 2018 Kutztown Fair, but the fair committee should have also added wet.

    Lisa Mitchell

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    Fire damages Washington Township home, 2 dogs rescued

    WASHINGTON TWP. >> A house fire Monday evening left some damage behind after firefighters worked at the scene for nearly two hours.

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    Reading Public Library sponsors ‘Girls Who Code’ Club

    Reading Public Library is again sponsoring a “Girls Who Code” Club for young women in sixth through 12th grades. This free program is open to girls throughout Berks County who want to explore coding in a fun and friendly way. The club is part of the national “Girls Who Code” nonprofit organization that works to close the gender gap in technology.

    From Reading Public Library|

  • Events

    2018 Pennsylvania State 4-H Junior Horse Championship Show

    The 5th annual Pennsylvania State 4-H Junior Horse Championship Show was held July 28-29, 2018 at the Centre County Grange Fairgrounds in Centre Hall, Pa. More than 140 4-H members from across Pennsylvania exhibited horses in performance and in hand classes, totaling over 450 entries for the weekend.


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    Miller-Keystone issues critical appeal for blood donors

    Miller-Keystone Blood Center has issued an urgent appeal for blood donors of all blood types.

    From Marie Clemens|

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    Pennsylvania opens public inquiry hotline for flooding victims

    Harrisburg >> Gov. Tom Wolf said a public inquiry hotline is now available to residents who need assistance cleaning up after devastating flooding in central and eastern Pennsylvania, including Berks, Chester and Montgomery counties.

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  • Entertainment

    Brandywine Community Library exhibit features two Berks photographers

    Brandywine Community Library hosts a reception for a Photography Exhibit featuring Brian Stunkard and DJ Siravo on Saturday, Aug. 25 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the library, 60 Tower Drive, Topton. Their photographs will be on exhibit at the library from Aug. 25 to Sept. 15.

    From Brandywine Community Library|

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