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Posts published in “Day: June 1, 2018”

Judge won't reinstate manslaughter charges in frat death

A judge has refused to reinstate involuntary manslaughter charges against five former Penn State fraternity members arrested in a pledge’s hazing-related death last year.
Source: Channel 6 ABC Affiliate PA

Bandit with 'unusually deep voice' sought for holdup

Police in Camden County are asking the public to help them track down a would-be robber who tried to hold up a liquor store Thursday night.
Source: Channel 6 ABC Affiliate PA

Tri-State Braces for Another Wet Weekend

In the forecast for this weekend: Rain. At times heavy downpours. The outlook isn’t promising for Chris Hanson “Regretting the weather that’s coming. We were going to go camping this weekend.” His wife, Michele,looking forward to sunnier days, “We’ve got
Source: Channel 6 ABC Affiliate PA

Horsham Township remains under boil water advisory

A boil water advisory is in effect, and in order to ease nerves and concerns Horsham Township officials handed out water at the library.
Source: Channel 6 ABC Affiliate PA

Police: 2 dead in West Goshen Twp. home likely a murder-suicide

Police are investigating an apparent murder-suicide incident after a man and woman were discovered dead Friday morning inside a Chester County home.
Source: Channel 6 ABC Affiliate PA

Here are the 5 most vulnerable cities during hurricane season

NOAA released a list of the 5 cities that are most vulnerable according to historic hurricane data. AccuWeather takes a look at why each tops the list.
Source: Channel 6 ABC Affiliate PA

2 sought for knifepoint robbery of Crescentville market

Two violent suspects are on the run after a robbery in the Crescentville section of Philadelphia.
Source: Channel 6 ABC Affiliate PA

Brandywine Heights HS Valedictorian: 'Success and greatness are in each of us'

Brandywine Heights Area High School seniors crossed the stage, becoming graduates in front of a crowd of proud families and educators at Commencement on May 30.

High School Principal Joshua Ziatyk addressed the crowd gathered in Kutztown University’s Keystone Hall.

“From this moment on, you will be presented with thousands of decisions,” Ziatyk said.


Source: Berkscounty

Brandywine Heights Valedictorian: 'Success and greatness are in each of us'

Brandywine Heights Area High School seniors crossed the stage, becoming graduates in front of a crowd of proud families and educators at Commencement on May 30.

High School Principal Joshua Ziatyk addressed the crowd gathered in Kutztown University’s Keystone Hall.

“From this moment on, you will be presented with thousands of decisions,” Ziatyk said.


Source: Berkscounty

Patriot & Item Community Calendar June 7

Submit events about 10 days in advance of publication date to lmitchell@berksmontnews.com. Note Kutztown Patriot Calendar.

Kutztown Community Library

70 Bieber Alley 610-683-5820

Saturdays: Book Sale 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Lego Construction Crew ages 3-12 10 a.m.

Mondays: Preschool Story Time 10 a.


Source: Berkscounty

Mifflin Community Library Garden Tour All Abuzz with Beauty and Education

The 2018 Garden Tour sponsored by the Friends of Mifflin Community Library will take place on Saturday, June 23, rain or shine, from 10 am to 3 pm at six locations in and near the Mifflin area. Proceeds from this fundraiser benefit the Mifflin Community Library. Featured this year, along with the variety of gardens, will be educational talks on insects – helpful and destructive ones.


Source: Berkscounty

Governor Mifflin High School receives state honors for voter registration achievement

Acting Pennsylvania Secretary of State Robert Torres recently honored Governor Mifflin High School students for efforts that led to voter registration of nearly 90 percent of the school’s eligible students.

“The Governor’s Civic Engagement Award recognizes young leaders for their commitment to educating and engaging their classmates in the electoral process,” Torres said.


Source: Berkscounty