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Should America's 11 million illegal immigrants be offered a path to citizenship?
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Steve Sieller, a Douglassville PA resident who currently serves as assistant principal of Millmont Elementary School in the Reading School District, will be presented tonight as the candidate chosen to succeed the retiring Maryann Johnson as assistant principal in Lower Pottsgrove Elementary School on Buchert Road.
UGI Gas Utilities officials said Monday the company has cut the price it charges to its gas customers in most of Berks County by 6.3 percent.
Lists bear the names of Berks County residents who lost their battles against AIDS each year since the 1980s at the Co-County Wellness Services World AIDS Day ceremony Monday at Adrienne's Inn at Centre Park.
Precious Gems members surrounding mentor Carmen Tortalatin Brown near their art display at the GoggleWorks Center for the Arts are, front row, from left, Jazile Sloane, 5; Diamond Gholson-Davis, 3; Maxine Mayo, 4; back row, Taja Gordy, 8; Kyla Crawl, 10; and Jahnise Williams, 10. For Carmen Tortalatin Brown, mentoring girls and young women is ... (more)
The Reading Parking Authority already runs residential parking permit zones on 18 city blocks, but is working on a plan to offer the zones to other neighborhoods that ask for them.
Six cities, including Reading, have applied for the two major economic development zones the state will approve in two weeks.
Reading Eagle The Antietam Valley Community Partnership will hold its annual tree-lighting ceremony Friday in Carsonia Park.
The Red Cross is collecting food items every day from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. until Dec. 13 at its location at 701 Centre Ave., in Reading.
Mayor Vaughn D. Spencer said his staff knew they were in for a fight if they were going to beat out other Pennsylvania cities for two City Revitalization and Improvement Zone designations.
The wheels of justice continue to turn for a former fugitive accused of killing his estranged wife, despite a court hearing being postponed Monday.
The Saint Mark's United Church of Christ, at 211 W. Greenwich Street, suffered more than $70,000 in damage.
The Berks County coroner's office is looking for relatives of a woman found dead in her Reading apartment Sunday.
What's going on this week in the greater Media area? Here's what we found but be sure to add anything we may have missed in the comments below.
Berks Arts Council announced that tickets for the 24th annual Boscov's Berks Jazz Fest go on sale today.
Air Quality Alert for Berks County was issued at December 03 at 3:25PM EST