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Police renew effort to find missing Drexel Hill woman Amanda De Guio

The family of a missing woman from Delaware County has issued a new plea for help as police announce a new approach to the case.
Source: Channel 6 ABC Affiliate PA

American Cancer Society Bike-A-Thon Bridge to the Beach

The 46th Annual American Cancer Society Bike-a-thon – Bridge to the Beach is Sunday, June 10th! This is an all-ages, family friendly biking event with start and end points for all skill levels. With six route options, ranging from 20 to 100 miles, there are plenty of ways to participate.
Source: Channel 6 ABC Affiliate PA

What's the Deal: Declutter your garage without breaking the bank

We have some tips and tricks to get your garage decluttered with a few quick and easy hacks that won’t eat away at your weekend days – or your wallet.
Source: Channel 6 ABC Affiliate PA

11 more Penn State frat members head to trial over pledge death

Eleven more members of a Penn State fraternity are headed to trial over the death of a pledge after a judge ruled Monday prosecutors put on enough evidence to support hazing and alcohol-related criminal charges.
Source: Channel 6 ABC Affiliate PA

'American Idol' contestant who forgot lyrics: 'I was giving (up) my spot'

Each contestant performed twice, paying tribute to Prince and also singing a song from his or her birth year. And in the end, after two hours of live coast-to-coast voting, Catie Turner and Jurnee were sent home.
Source: Channel 6 ABC Affiliate PA

University of Florida apologizes for pushy graduation usher

The University of Florida is apologizing to students who complained that an usher was aggressively pushing and grabbing them as they entered the stage during a graduation ceremony.
Source: Channel 6 ABC Affiliate PA

Kutztown Odyssey of the Mind Crush-a-Thon raises funds to send team to World Finals

The Kutztown Area High School Odyssey of the Mind Team hosted a Crush-a-Thon at the Kutztown Stadium Grand Opening on May 6. This was part of their fundraising effort to get the high school Odyssey team to the World Finals. Kutztown Elementary student Egan Sewall and Kutztown High School student Nathan Hayduk built towers out of balsa and glue.

Source: Berkscounty

Kutztown celebrates grand opening of new stadium

Kutztown Area School District, along with the Kutztown Education Foundation, celebrated the grand opening of the new stadium on May 6.

Community members, alumni, faculty, students, and others came out to the high school to be a part of this special day.

The celebration, which began with the fourth annual Running of the Cougars 5K, featured music provided by the high school band and concert choir and performances by the Kutztown Indoor Association.

Source: Berkscounty

Kutztown University Small Business Development Center awarded for innovation, service excellence

The Kutztown University Small Business Development Center won the Small Business Administration’s Pennsylvania Small Business Development Center Excellence and Innovation Award, presented on May 2.

“We’re just very pleased and honored to be recognized for our innovation and service excellence to our clients in our five-county region,” said KU Small Business Development Center Director Dr.

Source: Berkscounty

Spring Fiesta: Berks' Best Tacos

Following the success of Spring Fiesta last year Muhlenberg Township is organizing their second Spring Fiesta with a twist.  We are featuring Berks’ Best Tacos.  The festival will have everything you
Source: bctv

Bones and BioArcheology to be Subject of Friends of Hopewell Furnace Progam

Union Township—On Sunday, May 20, the Friends of Hopewell Furnace will host Rutgers Archeologist Kimberlee Sue Moran’s presentation “Bones and BioArchaeology in Philadelphia – an Arch Street Project U
Source: bctv