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Officials Encourage Berks Citizens to Continue Wearing Masks, Social Distance

Community Leader Hector Dorta, along with several Berks County officials, hosted a press conference on Monday, August 10th in front of the Berks County...

Report of Possible Submerged Vehicle False Alarm

The search for a possible submerged vehicle ended Saturday afternoon after rescuers determined there was never a vehicle in the water. On Saturday afternoon, 911...

Red Cross Distributing Isaias Cleanup Kits in Muhlenberg

It’s been five days since Tropical Storm Isaias tracked through the region, causing widespread flash flooding. The Red Cross has more than 60 disaster workers...

Olivet Club Distributes Produce, Bread, Milk in Western Berks

Olivet Boys & Girls Club, in collaboration with the Heidelberg Family Restaurant, and Clover Farms, provided free, fresh produce, milk, and bread to local...

30th Annual Bandshell Concert Series set to Return in 2021

Berks Arts Council has announced the cancellation of the 30th Anniversary Bandshell Concert Series, which is held annually in Reading's City Park in July. In...

Dunkin’ Awards $2,000 Scholarship to Berks County Student

The Dunkin’ Community Cruiser made a stop in Berks County Thursday afternoon to honor Berks Catholic graduate Ethan Kraycik, local recipient of the eleventh...


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