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Her later father, Lester G. Moyer, wrote the book for almost 40 years. [Read More]
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David Tannenberg's pieces were particularly deserving of consideration among the best in the world during the 19th century. [Read More]
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The supervisors grant a conditional use designation for the 88-room hotel in Tilden Ridge Shopping Center. [Read More]
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Retiring the nation's symbol is a solemn ritual, completed with a sense of honor. [Read More]
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It focuses on the county's role in 'The War to End All Wars.'... [Read More]
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Bernard and Judith Murphy were just young children, but remember the time vividly. [Read More]
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Families of all kinds are needed for children now in foster care, officials said. [Read More]
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Lester Moyer of Exeter Township died Wednesday morning in Reading Hospital. [Read More]
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With about 100 objectors at the meeting, the chairman said they will need time to absorb residents' legitimate concerns. [Read More]
Challengers also elected in Exeter Township and Spring Township. [Read More]
Carry A. Nation brought her temperance crusade to Reading in 1903. [Read More]
The 505,000-square-foot complex is proposed for Route 737 in Krumsville. [Read More]
Before the 1.2-million-square-foot facility can be built, the municipality must approve a zoning change. [Read More]
The facility features over 80 horse-drawn wagons, stagecoaches, carriages and farm equipment. [Read More]
On Saturday, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission will formally acknowledge the firm's role in automotive history. [Read More]
A builder purchased the Coover mansion for $35,000 at public auction. [Read More]
He found the Schuylkill County property through We Agape You of Wernersville... [Read More]
Catharine Eberth, who died at age 77 in 1903, was a well-known practitioner of powwowing. [Read More]
The gift, funded in part by the Philadelphia Flyers' founder, will help 25 student athletes from inner city Philadelphia attend college. [Read More]
Jacqueline S. Fetrow is the first Albright graduate to become its president. [Read More]
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