The Southern Berks News - 10 Jan 2019

Table of content - The Southern Berks News (10 Jan 2019)

Stray cat in Douglassville tests positive for rabies
Talisman Players community theater group to present ‘Wizard of Oz.’
D.A.: Man sexually assaulted two girls
Boone wrestling gets by Mifflin
Folk art classes introduce fraktur
Discover three tips for seniors to overcome everyday aches and pains.
Tower Health expands home health services
BCTC East students host Cuts for Cancer Cut-A-Thon
Chrissy Houlahan sworn into 6th Congressional District
State police at Reading announce enforcement results
Driver injured in one-vehicle crash
Gilbertsville man stabbed in Pottstown
Community reeling from racial incidents
Impeaching Trump: We can’t afford it
What?! The government shut down? Not according to your pay stub
Cartoonist’s take
Recapping 2018 Pennsylvania legislative accomplishments
Marrying strangers not so dated
Find ways to overcome procrastination
2 local Girl Scouts receive prestigious Gold Award
Kimberton Whole Foods donates portion of gift card sales
Experience adventures on the Appalachian Trail
New caregiver support group is free and open to the public
A.D. Moyer Lumber celebrates 80th anniversary
Future Business Leaders bring home awards
Talisman Players to present ‘Wizard of Oz’ Jan. 17 to 19
Studio B announces opening of ‘Farm to Table’ exhibit
Works by artists with disabilities exhibited in Art Ability
Berks Opera Company’s ‘Unleashing Your Inner Opera Fan’ to return Jan. 11
Energy drinks, cramming for exams an unhealthy mix
Folk art classes introduce fraktur
Miller Center for the Arts presents: Phil Wiggins Blues House Party
Diabetes management session scheduled
Workshop on running for local office offered by Penn State Berks
Reading Public Library to present productivity enhancement workshop
DeSanto, Iowa place 1st at Midlands Championships
Daniel Boone wrestling gets by Gov. Mifflin, 34-28
Flores, Janisch win indoor TQ Midget titles in Allentown
New Year promises seasons of change for Pa. hunters
Central Pa. tracks retiring late Hodnett’s number
Three tips to overcome everyday aches and pains
Four simple ways to save more for retirement
When cough or cold strikes, strike back

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