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A federal judge Thursday prevented Shawnfatee M. Bridges from being released from prison and delayed a pending retrial in the 1996 slayings of two Reading cousins until a U.S. appellate court decides if it will hear prosecutors' appeal of the rulings.
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Road projects All projects involve lane restrictions and run from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
The Reading Health System Board of Directors elected a new chairman, vice chairman and five directors during its annual meeting Thursday.
Wanted: An entity to focus solely on the city's economic development efforts. Needed: Money to fund it.
Hayden Craddolph, executive director of the Haydenfilms Institute, high-fives a student before the start of the screening of public-service announcements created by teens.
Imagine a projectile the weight of an early VW Beetle and the size of a 10-year old child shot the distance from Reading to Hamburg and hitting its target on the bull's-eye. Then imagine pulling the trigger of the gun that shot those projectiles.
On Tuesday, May 7, award-winning young adult author and Reading, Pa. local A.S. King visited Friends Select School and presented to seventh, eighth, and ninth grade students.
A convicted burglar was arrested after probation officers found two revolvers, cocaine and drug paraphernalia in his Reading apartment, police said Wednesday.
Write-in candidates made a strong showing in West Reading's primary races. In the race for four seats on council, incumbent Nathalie R. Kulesa, 66, led the Democratic ticket with 118 votes, followed by 97 write-ins. The third spot was rounded out by Grace M. Craze, 52, an assistant manager at a convenience store, who earned 92 votes.
Up to 56 people could lose their jobs because of budget cuts, Reading School District officials said Wednesday.
Fred Koller of Shillington, who opened a car dealership in Reading in 1898, drives a vintage Winton in center city in this undated photo.
Police say one Reading teenager's way of making money left him in handcuffs and facing criminal charges.
Tracey Luscia, from left, gallery manager at Christina Talarico's Dreamer's Marketplace, West Reading, and owner Christina Talarico in the new West Reading business.
Lebanon police arrested a Reading man who allegedly broke into the apartment of his estranged girlfriend and stabbed a man who was with her.
A man who showed interest in a pickup truck suddenly pulled a knife on the owner and tried to rob him, according to Lebanon police.