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Youth Advisory Board Hosts Collection for Local Healthcare Workers

The Youth Advisory Board of Berks County Community Foundation and Youth Volunteer Corps of Reading is conducting a donation drive to support healthcare workers...

Seven Downtown Restaurants to Participate in ‘Dining Passport’ Program

Seven Downtown Reading restaurants have joined forces with the Pennsylvania's Americana Region to create a new Downtown Winter Dining Passport Program. The collaboration grew in...

Local Direct Mail Company to Pay ARL Adoption Fees Saturday

Looking for a furry addition to your family in time for the holidays? From 12-5pm Saturday, December 5, Mail Shark is sponsoring all pet...

Boyertown kicks off the Holiday Season with Unity Tree Lighting

The rain didn’t stop residents of Boyertown from enjoying the 2nd annual Unity Tree lighting event held Friday night by the Committee for the...

December Holiday Happenings and Light Displays in Berks County

Berks County offers several ways for families to enjoy the holiday season. Here are a few local events to enjoy: Holiday Lights at Gring’s Mill The...

GRCA Names Aaron Gantz Senior Director of Economic Development

The Greater Reading Chamber Alliance has announced that it has named Aaron Gantz as Senior Director of Economic Development. She will be responsible for management of business...

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