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Newfoundland, PA

Battle Of The Bands And More Slated For First Ever Dingman Day Celebration

This Saturday, August 13, you are invited to witness the battle of the bands at the first ever Dingman Day celebration at Dingman township park. Dingman Day celebration will take place at Dingman township park and run from 12 PM to 8 PM. The battle of the band's competition will feature a multitude of artists, including School of Rock, Robert Tellefsen Band, Conquer the Great, Death Factor, The Sex Monkey's, Black Belt Jesus, and Happy Hawthorne. The coordinator of Dingman Day, Chris Irving wanted to take an out-of-the-box approach when planning this community event. "Dingman day is a celebration we wanted to do for the community and surrounding communities," said Irving. "If all goes well, this will be the 1st of many Battle of the Bands celebrations."
MILFORD, PA
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Route 422 motorists put to Move Over Law test in eastern Berks

The raspberry-colored temporary sign placed along the eastbound shoulder of the West Shore Bypass approaching the Mount Penn exit on Wednesday morning warned motorists that it’s the law to move over for emergency vehicles. It’s not quite that simple, but there’s only so much information you can put on...
BERKS COUNTY, PA

Police arrest mother and son in relation to drug-related homicide in Carbondale

CARBONDALE — Shots broke out at the Fallbrook Street Apartment complex late Monday, August 8, leading to the death of Pernell Simmons. After a prompt investigation, Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) arrested Taaj Qaadir Blan, 21 of Moosic, late the following day for homicide and related charges. Police also arrested Blan's mother, Margaret Del Castillo, 46 of Moosic, on charges related to obstructing officers and destroying evidence.
CARBONDALE, PA
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Roba Family Farms expands chaperone policy

LACKAWANNA COUNTY, Pa. — Roba Family Farms near Dalton has been a popular attraction for family activities in the fall. This year, as the Roba family prepares for the upcoming season, they decided to extend a chaperone policy to the entire farm property. Anyone 17 years old or younger must be accompanied by an adult over 21.
DALTON, PA
The Jewish Press

The Consolation Of Bats

Rabbi Dovi Eisenberger was one of the esteemed learning rabbeim here in Camp Dora Golding for a number of summers. As Tisha B’Av was beginning a few summers back, just after he had left his bungalow to daven Maariv and Eichah, he was frantically summoned back by his family. A bat had been spotted in his daughter’s bedroom. After a few frenzied minutes, George, the camp’s legendary worker, was summoned. In his inimitable fashion he coaxed the bat as he gently proceeded towards it, grabbed it by its feet, and removed it from the premises.
NEARBY CITIES
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TOBYHANNA, PA
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