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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...

Southeastern PA under Flash Flood Watch until Friday Afternoon

8/7/20 - The National Weather Service has extended the Flash Flood Watch until Saturday, August 8, 2020 until 2am. 8/6/20 - The National Weather Service...

Penn Street Market Relocating to Cherry Street Parking Lot

On Friday, Mayor Eddie Moran announced the temporary suspension of all special event permits in the City of Reading. The Penn Street Market, managed...

Reading Man Charged with Attempted Murder of FBI Agents

United States Attorney William M. McSwain announced that Rafael Vega-Rodriguez, 38, of Reading, PA has been charged by Indictment with three counts of attempted...

Reading holds Special School Board Meeting to Decide Reopening Plan

8/5/20 - 10:30pm - Following a lengthy executive session, the school board resumed the livestream for a public vote. The school board has voted (8-1)...


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