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Past articles by Stacie:

Boyertown shop specializing in American-made gifts to close in March

BOYERTOWN — A distinctive red sign hangs from an ornate iron bracket, a bright "open" flag flaps in the breeze and in warm weather, hand-painted gourd birdhouses line the steps. → Read More

Many pitch in after barn collapse at Way-Har Farms near Bernville

William and Lolly Lesher grateful for help after the structure from 1967 gave way Monday night → Read More

Schedule for 2021 Pa. Virtual Farm Show released

The Department of Agriculture released the schedule for the virtual 2021 Pennsylvania Farm Show on Friday. → Read More

Butter sculpture canceled for 2021 Pa. Farm Show due to COVID pandemic

The 2021 Pennsylvania Farm Show will be virtual. → Read More

Pennsylvania agriculture secretary in Berks County to announce relief payments for farmers who dumped milk

At Bern Township dairy farm, Russell Redding says $13.6 million in assistance is available to dairy farmers who dumped milk during the pandemic through the CARES Act. → Read More

Wyomissing high-schooler creates gym in barn behind family's 100-year-old home

Luke Gehman's space is now a welcoming collection full of dumbbells, a bench set, yoga mat and bodybuilding gear. → Read More

Farmers to Families food boxes going out next week

USDA program connects surplus goods from farmers with people who need them. → Read More

Berks County farmer, farm store join forces for mass egg sell off

A Hamburg-area egg farm is partnering with a Kempton farm market to get thousands of dozens of eggs in the hands of consumers in the wake of crashing demand caused → Read More

Dairy experts discuss milk production reduction during coronavirus outbreak

Jared Kurtz of Kurtland Farms in Caernarvon Township applied for the Payroll Protection Program during the first round, and he's glad he did. → Read More

Gov. Mifflin High School's production of 'Spamalot' pushed to summer

These days, to rehearse his spring show, Gov. Mifflin High School senior Adam Osgood logs on to Google Meet from his home. → Read More

U.S. Rep. Dan Meuser talks about agriculture relief measures during pandemic

U.S. Rep. Dan Meuser held his third telephone town hall Wednesday, this time giving an update on agriculture relief measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Dairy industry experts offer guidance to farmers amid coronavirus pandemic

A panel of dairy industry experts answered questions and provided guidance to farmers and industry professionals in a second conference call Tuesday hosted by the Center for Dairy Excellence in → Read More

Conrad Weiser High School students 'dance our hearts out' in isolation, hoping to perform spring musical in summer

For Tia Pauley and Bri Yale, there's no question the show must go on. → Read More

Still sewing, Berks group donates 10,300 face masks during coronavirus pandemic

A grassroots effort by a Morgantown dressmaker has resulted in 10,300 protective face masks being made for workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis. → Read More

Dairy experts respond to 'chaotic marketplace' in wake of coronavirus

A panel of dairy industry experts answered questions and provided guidance to nearly 400 farmers, reporters and others in a conference call Tuesday hosted by the Center for Dairy Excellence → Read More

Berks County farmers dumping milk: 'We've never been asked to do this'

Berks County dairy farmers dumped thousands of pounds of milk on Tuesday, in the latest loss blamed on the coronavirus COVID-19. → Read More

Berks County sewing shop reopens with volunteers to make face masks in coronavirus era

A small Alleghenyville industrial sewing shop shut down since 2005 is humming again, making cotton face masks to donate to health care workers for added protection to those on the → Read More

Fleetwood sixth-grader overcomes health challenges to become a champion animal shower

Davanta' Rarick — a 12-year-old with autism, ADHD and Tourette's syndrome — has built quite the resume in a short amount of time. → Read More

Farm stores and markets take virus precautions

In response to concerns about the spread of COVID-19, farmers market operators are preparing contingency plans, and in some regions, beginning to modify operations and considering closures, according to the → Read More

Spring blooms onstage for these Berks County high schools

We reached out to Berks County area high schools to request details about their spring musicals. What follows are the responses received. All shows are in the school auditoriums unless → Read More