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Penn State Health Revises COVID-19 Visitation Guidelines

As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, Penn State Health has revised its patient visitation guidelines. Under the revised policy, adult inpatients may have one family/support person...

Tower Health Revises COVID-19 Visitation Policy

Due to the recent rise in COVID-19 cases, Tower Health has updated the visitor policies at its hospitals. Effective November 27, 2020, no visitors,...

Reading Offering Free Garage Parking for Thanksgiving Holiday

For the Thanksgiving holiday, the Reading Parking Authority is offering free parking in all parking garages. Garage gates will be open from November 25th at...

Cafe Esperanza Brings Hope to those Facing Food Insecurity in Reading

​For Pastor Mary Wolfe, opening the doors of Cafe Esperanza to the Reading community is a dream come to fruition. Based on the model provided...

PennDOT Upcoming Roadwork Projects in Berks 11/30/20

PennDOT maintenance forces and private contractors are consistently working on roads in Berks County. To help our readers avoid travel delays, here are a...

Roadside America Indoor Miniature Village Closing after 85 Years

Roadside America, the whimsical indoor miniature village and railway museum in Shartlesville, announced its permanent closure Sunday  evening on social media. Covering 8,000 square feet, created...

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