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Strong thunderstorms move through Berks County

TULPEHOCKEN TWP., Pa.

Strong thunderstorms are moving through Berks County, reportedly leaving behind a path of damage to trees and power lines.
Link: Local radar

Hospital addition rendering

Lehigh Valley Hospital plans addition for new arrivals

BETHLEHEM, Pa.

Lehigh Valley Health Network) plans to construct a $93.6-million building for babies at Lehigh Valley Hospital's Muhlenberg campus in Bethlehem.

Reading double homicide

2 people killed, 1 wounded by gunfire in Reading

READING, Pa.

A shooting in Reading overnight left two people dead and a third wounded.

Gusty storms moving through the area

Showers and thunderstorms will pass through the region early tonight with the potential for damaging wind gusts and heavy rain.
​Links: Local radar | Hour-by-hour forecasts

Made right here Eric and Christopher

Made right here: "Eric and Christopher"

PERKASIE, Pa.

Two artists who teamed up in Bucks County are a force to be reckoned with in the home decor business.

Ron Angle gets enough votes to run for county controller

EASTON, Pa.

Ron Angle has won the Republican nomination for county controller.

Hundreds of officers sweep through Northampton County Prison

EASTON, Pa.

Hundreds of law enforcement specialists swept through the Northampton County Prison in Easton on Wednesday.

Community in mourning after Emmaus girl struck killed

Taylor Swift sends flowers to grieving Emmaus family

EMMAUS, Pa.

Recording artist Taylor Swift sent flowers to a grieving Emmaus family of a 11-year-old fan who died last week after being struck by a car.

Silo move

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Berks company puts century-old grain silo in motion

PENN TWP., Pa.

A retired grain silo that has towered over the rolling farm fields of Lancaster County for the last century has been given a new home and a new life, thanks in part to a Berks County company.

Council of Alpha Borough set to decide fate of pool

Alpha votes to keep its pool

ALPHA, N.J.

Roughly 100 Alpha Borough residents came out in tidal wave fashion Tuesday evening in an effort to save the John Dolak Pool.

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