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The York Daily Record
York County clerk: Defendants didn't know about suspensions
The majority of York County residents receiving license suspensions from PennDOT didn't know that the suspension was a stipulation of their plea or conviction, Clerk of Court Don O'Shell said as his office begins auditing convictions from 2006.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
New Reading schools superintendent focusing on safety, long-term planning
Reading School District students will be starting a brand new school year next Monday under a brand new superintendent Dr. Khalid Mumin.
Good Samaritan jumps into action after violent wreck on Warren Street Bypass
Three people are lucky to be alive after a guardrail impaled a vehicle during a violent wreck on a busy highway.
$10M grant for railroad bridge
State Sen. John Yudichak, D-Luzerne/Carbon/Monroe, joined several state legislators in announcing Reading & Northern Railroad has secured a $10 million state grant to construct a new railroad bridge over the Lehigh River near Nesquehoning.
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Mon Aug 18, 2014
Mind Your Ds and Os: Policy Language Proves Determinative in Director and Officer Insurance Coverage
A recent pair of opinions from New York and Pennsylvania shows the importance of evaluating all parts of director and officer insurance coverage, down to each definition.
7 arrested in fatal Pa. street fight stabbing
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Sat Aug 16, 2014
Man stabbed to death in Reading; 3 people in custody
Three people, including a juvenile, are in custody in connection with a homicide in Reading early Saturday morning, police said.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Reading man who was subject of massive manhunt captured in Geigertown
Kulcyski first eluded capture last Monday, Aug. 4, when he led Schuylkill County officers on a chase in a stolen pickup truck.
Originally from Reading, PA, he has considered Harrisburg home for many years, and is related, according to family folklore, to John Harris, founder of Harrisburg.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Mom jailed over truancy died from heart failure
A white construction superintendent must visit the African-American Museum in Philadelphia as part of his sentence for waving a noose at a black man.
Coroner issues ruling in death of woman jailed in child truant case
Eileen Dinino died of natural causes, the result of hypertensive cardiovascular disease, while incarcerated at the jail on June 7, Dennis Hess, the coroner, announced Thursday.
Arrest of Reading man, search of home result of child porn investigation
Detectives with the Berks County district attorney's office searched 1378 Perkiomen Avenue following the arrest Thursday morning of Sean Michael Fager.
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The Rev. Sandra Dufresne, accomplished minister
The Rev. Dufresne graduated from Duke University in 1967 and graduated from Yale Divinity School in 1970.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Community chalkboard focuses on the good in Reading
Chalk and a chalkboard. That is all a group called RDG Matters placed in downtown Reading in the 900 block of Penn Street prompting people to spell out why they love the city.
Grant pays for wheelchair lift to help mom cited after being unable to get disabled daughter to school
Contractors are busy at the home of an eastern Pennsylvania woman who's been repeatedly cited for truancy because she had no one to help her get her disabled daughter down the front steps of their home.
The Ephrata Review
Akron council reverses trail crossing decision
To tunnel or not to tunnel? The question, apparently, is finally answered. The members of the Akron Borough Council, vexed for months over the controversy of the crossing of the Ephrata-to-Lititz rail trail at Main Street, ultimately came to the 6-to-1 conclusion a surface crossing was best.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Reading police look for Dollar General robber
Police released photos of the would-be robber Tuesday morning. They said the man attempted to rob the Dollar General store at 219 Buttonwood St. around 9:30 p.m. Saturday.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
A new charter school for the City of Reading?
At Monday night's City Council meeting, Sorangel Fontanez, a retired Vice Principal from the Reading High School, asked for council's support in bringing the Charter School to Reading.