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    FUN GRAB BAG: Weekend events include SangriaFest, Tomato Fest, Jerk Fest, Bachata and a Butterfly Celebration

    Summer treats SteelStacks: The first SangriaFest takes place 4 to 7 p.m. Aug. 27 at 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem. Sample 10 different sangrias, all made with wines imported by South Italy Imports. Performers taking the stage during the afternoon include Flowers For Taco, Tim Harakal and the Billy Bauer Band. Also, enjoy foo and games like beanbags and quoits. Tickets are $25, with $35 VIP tickets to sample handcrafted sangria cocktails designed by area restaurant mixologists.

    By Brian Bingaman bbingaman@21st-centurymedia.com @brianbingaman on Twitter |

  • Lifestyle

    Phoenix, Reporter & Item Community Calendar: Week of Aug. 28

    Event Submissions: Send to ldillon@berksmontnews.com a week prior to publication. Note “Phoenix Calendar” in the subject.

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  • Lifestyle

    THE TABLE: Savannah, Georgia

    Savannah, Ga., is considered the most historical area in the United States. It is the oldest city in Georgia and is the county seat of Chatham.

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  • Opinion

    THINK ABOUT IT: Reflections on the Olympics: The competition

    “The hard days are the best because that’s where champions are made.”

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  • News

    Spring-Ford community addresses bus stop law breakers

    ROYERSFORD >> Next week students in the Spring-Ford Area School District, like millions of others across the country, will say goodbye to summer vacation as they step onto the bus to start the first day of school. Yet for many school officials and parents watching other motorists routinely ignore traffic laws and speed past stopped buses picking up students, the first day of school is the start of a perennial problem that fills them with dread.

    By Eric Devlin edevlin@21st-centurymedia.com @Eric_Devlin on Twitter |

  • News

    Accident on Route 422 at Collegeville injures three

    UPPER PROVIDENCE >> A serious crash left a vehicle mangled and three people injured Tuesday night.

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  • Lifestyle

    GRAPHIC: Celebrating 100 years of the National Park Service

    The Organic Act, establishing the National Park Service, was signed into law 100 years ago today.

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  • Entertainment

    Kiss goes back to its small market roots on latest tour

    As far as Gene Simmons is concerned, Kiss is back on the road because that’s just what the band does.

    By Gary Graff ggraff@digitalfirstmedia.com, @GraffonMusic on Twitter |

  • Education

    Local school supply lists now available online TeacherLists.com

    Parents from local schools have a new tool in their back-to-school bag of tricks this year, as all of their schools supply lists are now posted on TeacherLists.com.

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  • News

    Bail lowered in WCU rape case; man remains in jail

    WEST CHESTER >> A former West Chester University student remains in Chester County Prison today after a Common Pleas Court judge lowered his bail on rape charges, but not sufficiently to allow his family to post a bond.

    By Michael P. Rellahan mrellahan@21st-centurymedia.com @ChescoCourtNews on Twitter |

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