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Thursday, September 24, 2020

Reading Mayor Responds to Sunday’s Officer-involved Shooting

It's been a little over 24 hours since the officer-involved shooting on Franklin Street in Reading, and Berks County investigators have not shared any additional details on...

Boil Water Advisory Issued for Northeast Reading

9/16/20 - All testing has come back and the boil water notice that was given on Monday September 14, 2020 to the area of the water main break...

Kutztown Limits Gatherings to 10 to Mitigate COVID-19

In light of the rising COVID-19 cases in Kutztown, the Borough held a special virtual council meeting Friday evening to enact temporary emergency Ordinance to mitigate spread of the...

The Day After 9/11 from the Perspective of a Former Student Reporter

On September 12, 2001, Kellan Gault was a college student at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, and on the reporting staff for her college newspaper. Now...

City of Reading Honors 9/11 with Moving Memorial

The haunting sound of bagpipes filled the morning air as many gathered at City Park in Reading to commemorate the 19th anniversary since the terrorist attacks of...

French Creek State Park Hiring for Fall

French Creek and Marsh Creek State Parks are hiring staff for the fall season. Interested candidates are are asked to apply on the PA employment website. Positions available...

County, City, and RAWA Reach 750K Settlement for Unbilled Meter

The County of Berks, the City of Reading and Reading Area Water Authority have reached tentative settlement agreement to resolve the unpaid service for a water meter...

Commissioners Support Increased Indoor Capacity Level for Restaurants

Gov. Wolf announced Tuesday, Sept. 8 that restaurants may increase their occupancy starting Sept. 21 if they commit to strictly comply to all public health safety guidelines...

Reading Pride Launches Bilingual Campaign to Promote Census and Voting

Reading Pride Celebration, in line with its mission, launched a bilingual communication’s campaign to promote Census completion and November’s General Election participation under the slogan “Let Your...

Restaurants can Increase Indoor Occupancy to 50% Starting Sept. 21

Governor Tom Wolf today announced that restaurants may increase indoor occupancy to 50 percent starting September 21. To ensure that businesses will operate safely as Pennsylvania continues to...
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