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Reading residents turn to a higher power to stop the violence
Dozens of people gathered near Fifth and Penn streets Saturday afternoon for a prayer for peace rally.
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After small crash, a long, costly court battle
Sherri Berg's Jeep Grand Cherokee was hit hard by a car as she pulled onto a highway.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
The Week's Best Free MP3s, including The Afghan Whigs, Milton and more
Reading, PA resident Milton stopped by for this week's Key Studio Session. The Maryland native surrounded himself with a full band that brought his jazzy, soulful compositions to life.
Friday full of free Chick-fil-A chicken, 7-Eleven Slurpees
We found some folks taking advantage of 7-Eleven's deal for a free small Slurpee at the store on Lackawanna Street in northwest Reading.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Police warn of spike in summertime burglaries
Burglars are on the prowl this summer, and you may be inviting the thieves inside your home without knowing it.
Church youth group members help spruce up Reading
Youth group members from the West Lawn United Methodist Church and Zion Church in Hamburg spent this week doing community service projects in Reading.
New general manager named for Santander Arena, Santander Performing Arts Center
SMG, the company that manages the Santander Arena and the Santander Performing Arts Center in downtown Reading, has hired a new general manager for the two event venues.
Threat forces evacuation of workers from business in Reading
Several officers were dispatched to Reading Truck Body Manufacturing at 201 Hancock Blvd. as employees were told to evacuate the building for their safety.
Snapping turtle found in Reading relocated to Angelica Park
Bruce Ream, a recycling foreman, and Michael Pappas, an equipment operator, were at Pike and Mulberry streets on Wednesday when they found the turtle, according to the city's Facebook page .
Warrant issued for suspect's arrest in Reading homicide
A warrant was issued Friday for the arrest of a suspect in one in a series of homicides in Reading in recent weeks.
Yuasa Announces Increased Capacity of PL-150 PowerLock Battery
Yuasa Inc. announced it has increased the capacity of its popular industrial front termination PowerLock battery to 150Ah within the same footprint.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Neighborhood fighting for 4-way stop in Reading
Residents said drivers dangerously speed through the West Greenwich and Tulpehocken streets intersection, often failing to stop at the two stop signs already there.
Channel 11 investigates flipping houses in Pittsburgh
House flipping has quickly become the newest booming industry in Pittsburgh. In fact, it's getting national attention.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Americans Try Thai Street Food- Including Fish Balls
Senator Rick Santorum will be in for a book signing of his Blue Collar Conservatives on Tuesday, July 22nd at Tremendous Life Books in Mechanicsburg from 6pm-8pm.
Murdered Teen's Remains Given to Her Family 46 Years Later
It took 46 years, but Sandra Ann Stiver was finally reunited with her family this week.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Residents left without air conditioning after copper theft
The surveillance picture of a man on a bike is what police are hoping will help lead them to the person accused of stealing copper, causing tens of thousands of dollars in damage.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Firefighters battle multi-alarm blaze in Reading
The fire was first reported shortly after 3:30 p.m. Monday in the 1500 block of Mineral Spring Road.
The Lebanon Daily News
Family of teen slain in '68 appeals for information on killer
From left, Tom Stiver, brother of Sandra Stiver and husband of Martha Stiver, Elizabeth Stiver, mother of Sandra and Hazel Stiver DeMoss, sister of Sandra attend a news conference on Monday, July 7, 2014 in Bern Township, Pa.
Police: DUI suspect crashes van with unrestrained children inside
Tests were underway Monday to determine the extent to which a man was under the influence when he crashed a van with four unrestrained children inside, police said.
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Family of '68 murder victim appeals for info
The family of a teenager whose bullet-riddled remains were recently identified in eastern Pennsylvania 46 years after she ran away from home say they won't be satisfied until they find out the identity of her killer.