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Berks Weekly is a hyper-local news aggregation service covering Berks County. Our dedicated news team searches the internet daily to bring our readers the best local news headlines.


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Winter Weather Advisory Issued for Berks Ahead of Snow Storm

The National Weather Service in Mount Holly, New Jersey, has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Berks County, the Lehigh Valley, and adjacent portions...

OurBus, Klein to make downtown Reading stop permanent

WFMZ - Buses between downtown Reading and New York City will continue rolling through the new year. OurBus and Amity Township-based Klein Transportation announced...

Local Workshop Prepares Actors for Big Screen Fight Scenes

Film and television actors gathered in Reading over the weekend for a one of a kind workshop teaching stunts and and how to fight...

Grants Available for Developing Clean Energy Technologies and Energy Efficiency

The Met-Ed / Penelec Sustainable Energy Fund of the Berks County Community Foundation will distribute almost $200,000 in grants to support the development and...

GRCA Welcomes New Director of Government and Community Relations

The Greater Reading Chamber Alliance announced its recent hire of Katherine Hetherington Cunfer, who will join the team as the Director of Government and...

Voters with Disabilities Test Accessibility of New Voting Machines

Representatives from Abilities in Motion visited the Pennsylvania Capitol Complex on Tuesday to test the accessibility of new voting machines for the Department of...


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