Pa brewers vow to restore vandalized statue in Reading

Pa. brewers vow to restore vandalized statue in Reading

READING, Pa.

A historic monument that was vandalized in Reading three months ago is now getting statewide attention.

Alsace motorcycle accident

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Motorcyclist seriously hurt in crash with car in Alsace

ALSACE TWP., Pa.

A motorcyclist was seriously injured in a crash with a car in Berks County.

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Schuylkill County man allegedly tried to hit another with his car

WEST BRUNSWICK TWP., Pa.

Police said Jerome Kimmel of Auburn used his car in an attempt to strike the victim who is his tenant

'Jolly' Joe Timmer, Musikfest polka icon, dies

NAZARETH, Pa.

The Lehigh Valley has lost a longtime polka legend.

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Two found dead in Schuylkill County home

ASHLAND, Pa.

Police found a man and a woman dead inside an Ashland home Monday night 

Teachers in the Park

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Students, teachers take it outside for summer program

EXETER TWP., Pa.

A program in Exeter Township is putting the summer back in summer school.

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SEPTA to hold online lottery for papal visit rail passes

PHILADELPHIA

People hoping to make the papal pilgrimage to Philadelphia via SEPTA's regional rail system will have to rely on the luck of the draw.

Reading City Council recognizes Parks and Recreation month

Reading City Council addresses paychecks, pavements and parks

READING, Pa.

Members of local AFSCME chapters attended the Reading City Council meeting on Monday night to speak out against pending ordinances to amend the severance section of the administrative code.

Reading Fire + Ice sculpture

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Berks County Community Foundation grants to boost Reading arts programming

READING, Pa.

The arts are alive and well on Penn Street thanks to several grants from the Berks County Community Foundation.

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New Jersey troopers getting body cameras under new policy

TRENTON, N.J.

New Jersey is buying 1,000 body cameras to equip all its state troopers who are out on the road.

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