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Child Escapes Abduction in Robesonia, Police Searching for Suspect

The South Heidelberg Township Police Department is searching for a silver sedan and person described as having “baggy ripped jeans” after a 10 year...

Habitat for Humanity and Opportunity House Unveil Community Pantry

Opportunity House and Habitat for Humanity of Berks County recently collaborated on a project that will benefit many in the community. The Opportunity House pantry...

Berks DES Provides Mid-Action Review in Commissioners COVID-19 Update

On Wednesday, the Berks County Department of Emergency Services presented their COVID-19 Mid-Action Review to Berks Commissioners. The presentation was given by Brian Gottschall, Director...

Seven Organizations Awarded $141,300 to Improve Health of Berks Residents

Seven organizations have been awarded grants totaling $141,300 for programs that improve the health and well-being of Berks County residents. The money was awarded from...

Manny Guzman takes Oath for First Term as State Representative

State Rep. Manny Guzman took the oath of office in the state Capitol today to begin his first term representing the 127th Legislative District,...

Berks Rapper Kobe Foy Releases ‘Quarter Life Crisis’ Album

In December 2020, Berks County native Kobe Foy released his first album, “Quarter Life Crisis” through Pagoda City Records. A graduate of Berks Catholic Highschool,...


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