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American Legion Continuous Years of Service honorees, from left, Mahlon Fink, Joseph Mangiolardo, Pasquale Gerace, Paul Koch, Donald Leiby and Claude Mervine at the Gen.
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Ana Campbell helps her son Julius, 7, and daughter Miana, 5, all of Reading, with a snowman craft during Cookies with Santa Saturday at the Pendora Park Fieldhouse.
Leticia V. and Matthew A. Marshall discuss the Junior League of Reading's Holiday Kitchen Tour with Beth Caputo, chairwoman of the event.
The Bookbindery at Fourth and Walnut streets has apartments for low-income, handicapped or elderly residents.
The Issue: Two cities will be selected for revitalization and improvement zones, which could jump-start development.
Name, age, municipality where you reside: Nina D. Rowley, 58, Exeter Township. Name of church, your position there and how long serving there: I have been organist at Alsace Lutheran Church, Hyde Park, for 23 years.
Berks County historian George M. Meiser IX presents a plaque to Margene Heckman-Magee of Muhlenberg Township.
The Reading Eagle Sean Trupp of Reading bowled the 20th and 21st 300 games of his career during the Keystone League at Limerick Bowl Thursday night.
It was 72 years ago today that Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, pushing America into World War II.
Question: Online retail giant Amazon recently said it's considering using aerial drones to deliver packages.
Daily thought "For what shall it profit a man, if he should gain the whole world and lose his own soul?" Mark 8:36 It does not matter how much material things you own; if you do not have Christ in your heart, you will not inherit the kingdom of heaven.
Reading Eagle A Richmond Township man who hit a pedestrian with his car in the township and then drove off has been charged, Fleetwood police said Thursday.
Reading Eagle The last of three men Reading police had been seeking after charging them in a nonfatal ambush-style shooting that occurred two years ago turned himself in Thursday, authorities said.
An official of the Reading-based Council on Chemical Abuse made a plea for public recognition of addiction as an illness Thursday during a program at Alvernia University.
Reading Eagle The city and several other groups have slated a public session Thursday at Alvernia University to provide an update on efforts involving cooperatives of local workers.