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Berks County Medical Society Hosts 5th Annual Drug Take Back Event

The Berks County Medical Society will host its 5th Annual Prescription Drug Take Back Event, Saturday April 17, 2020 from 10am to 2pm at...

CATE Mobile Unit Returning to Reading for COVID-19 Vaccinations

Pennsylvania Department of Health is partnering with Latino Connection and Highmark Blue Shield, to launch the first statewide COVID-19 Mobile Vaccination Clinic tour to...

Oversized Load Carries Milk Storage Tank through Hamburg

An oversized tractor trailer carrying a milk storage tank made its way down 4th Street in Hamburg Wednesday afternoon, causing traffic problems in the...

County Commissioners approve location for Berks Cares Vaccine Center

The Berks County Commissioners recently approved an agreement with the Berks Community Health Center to serve as the healthcare partner for the upcoming Berks...

Scholarships Address Financial Aid Needs of Growing University Population

Alvernia University introduces five new undergraduate transfer scholarships to meet the financial aid needs of one of the university’s fastest-growing student populations. “These new merit-based...

State Street ‘Mill Creek Bridge’ Replacement Project underway in Hamburg

PennDOT has begun a project to replace the State Street bridge over an unnamed tributary to the Schuylkill River in Hamburg Borough. The bridge...

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