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Police have arrested a former substitute teacher in the abduction of a young girl in Reading earlier this week.
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People inside a convenience store in Berks County endured quite a scare when a car crashed right through the front window.
An Easton man was killed in an accident that backed up traffic on Route 22 for miles Friday morning.
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A family in Berks County celebrated Laney Brown's eighth birthday Friday, knowing she won't be able to blow out the candles a year from now.
It's the last day of fall and temperatures in the mid-40s may feel downright balmy, and the first day of winter will be even warmer.
Powerful storms are threatening to bring severe thunderstorms and icy conditions to vast parts of the country this weekend, just in time for holiday travel.
A long-vacant piece of land could soon be the key to redevelopment in downtown Reading.
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Drivers in Allentown can breathe a sigh of relief. It's been years in the making, but the 15th Street bridge is finally re-open.
There are 14 million cancer survivors living in the United States.
Some people like Christmas. Some people love Christmas. And some people are so overcome by their love for the holiday season they decorate homes, gardens, even their vehicles in decorations so spectacular you have to worry about their energy bills.
Residents of Lower Macungie Twp., Lehigh Co., will have to wait until the new year to learn what, if anything, their elected leaders will do about changing police protection in the township.
A taller Three City Center will rise early next year on the vacant lot once occupied by the Colonial movie theater along Hamilton Street in Allentown.
The Forks Township Board of Supervisors Thursday night adopted a 2014 budget that calls for a residential property tax increase of 3/4 mills or 13 percent next year.
The dependably combustible topic of charter school education ignited Thursday night's Allentown School District's Board of Directors' meeting in which two applicants learned their fates.