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    U.S. ends Boston case with grisly photos

    Martin Richard, an 8-year-boy who once urged people in a school project to "stop hurting each other," was literally blown apart by a homemade bomb as he watched the 2013 Boston Marathon with his family, jurors heard Monday.

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ALDI announces plans for shuttered Bottom Dollar stores

Bottom Dollar in Reading

Ryan Hughes/69 News

BATAVIA, Ill.

ALDI has completed its purchase of 66 former Bottom Dollar Food stores throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Ohio.

Money available to help seniors

Program helps seniors find financial help
ALLENTOWN, Pa.

A local non-profit is helping senior citizens save hundreds of dollars a month by taking advantage of state and local benefits.

Kids take a train ride with Easter Bunny

Train rides with Easter Bunny in Berks
KUTZTOWN, Pa.

The Easter Bunny led a series of train rides in Berks County Sunday.

Aldi will reopen two former Bottom Dollar stores

ALDI grocery store generic

ALDI

BATAVIA, Ill.

The Aldi grocery chain plans to reopen two former Bottom Dollar grocery stores in the Lehigh Valley.

Kane's troubles could haunt her hopes for second term in 2016

Kathleen Kane

The result of a controversial case could affect Democrat Kathleen Kane's plan to seek a second term as the state's top prosecutor next year.

Reading mayor announces series of town hall meetings

Reading Mayor, Vaughn Spencer

69 News

Reading Mayor Vaughn Spencer and members of his administration are taking City Hall on the road.

PaG&E to refund $2.3 million to state consumers

Electric meter, generic image, electricity

A proposed settlement has been reached with an electric generation supplier accused of deceptively marketing its variable electric rates to Pennsylvania consumers, many of whom filed complaints about spikes in their rates during the winter of 2014.

NJ Gov. Christie: Tax revenue from pot sales is 'blood money'

Chris Christie

AP

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is reiterating his opposition to legalizing marijuana for recreational use and said tax revenue from sales of the drug amount to "blood money."

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