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Reading Eagle FC Reading Revolution will have its usual Berks-accented roster when it returns to National Premier Soccer League play Saturday night. Comment?
Beset by obstacles, but fueled by passion, a Haitian native goes from dropout to 4.0 in four short years. Comment?
For the second year, Reading is among 217 cities designated Playful City USA for its efforts to give children ample opportunities for play. Comment?
Above: Dozens gather on Friday to rededicate the restored Franklin Street Station. Comment?
Nelson Ortiz is the new chief of the county's Narcotics Unit and Drug Task Force. Comment?
State police from Reading-based Troop L will hold Camp Cadet Aug. 11-17 at Camp Conrad Weiser near Wernersville. Comment?
Daily thought "Let your steadfast love come to me, O Lord, your salvation according to your promise; then I shall have an answer for him who taunts me, for I trust in your word." Psalm 119:41-42 There is One for whom this came true perfectly; look to Him. Comment?
Revisiting the Reading Fightin Phils' ostriches: It was noted here a month ago that the ostrich is a biblical bird, and that Job 39 mentions three characteristics of it that can be applied to baseball teams: forgetfulness, cruelty and ignorance. Comment?
Reading Eagle Georgia Shaffer, a psychologist, author and Christian life coach, will speak on "Connecting: It's All About Relationships" at a Super Saturday Singles Conference June 1 at 9 a.m. at Spring Valley Church of God, 2727 Old Pricetown Road, Muhlenberg Township. Comment?
Giving Mama some sugar this Mother's Day? In the literal sense, that could mean a dozen of West Reading baker Ady Abreu's newest creations, a collaboration with Godiva Chocolatier. Comment?
The Reading Fightin Phils are sick of losing, but there was no relief Thursday night. Comment?
Prosecutors said Thursday they might seek the death penalty against Ariel Castro, the man accused of imprisoning three women at his home for a decade, as police charged that he impregnated one of his captives at least five times and then starved her and punched her until she miscarried. Comment?
Reading Eagle The Berks Boys Tennis League has six entries in the District 3 doubles tournaments, which begin today at noon at Hershey Racquet Club. Comment?
Ariel Castro, who spent time in Reading as a boy in the early 1970s, appears in Cleveland Municipal Court on Thursday, when he was charged in the kidnapping and rape of three women missing over the past decade. Comment?
The first photo Mabel Hartzell received from her pen pal Iris Steele. She is guessing it was from somwhere between 1940 and 1942. Comment?
A 12-year-old city boy riding a bicycle without brakes was injured Thursday when he rode through a red light and into the side of a car at Fifth and Court streets, Reading police said. Comment?
Inducted into Hamburg's Alumni Academic Hall of Fame are from left, Dr. Mark Clapper, Class of 1969; Dr. Comment?
C. Thomas Work Class: 1970 Age: 61 Higher education: Bachelor's degree in psychology, Ithaca College; juris doctor degree, Duke University School of Law. Comment?
Two men were injured when their SUVs collided nearly head-on during a rainstorm on Park Road in Ontelaunee Township, Northern Berks Regional police said Thursday. Comment?
Tom Lubben is no stranger to starting a charter school. The Northampton County man had a hand in starting two arts-related charter schools in the Lehigh Valley. Comment?