Local Politics

Probe of Reading mayor's campaign finances ongoing, AG says

69 News

The investigation of alleged finance violations by Vaughn Spencer's 2011 campaign for Reading mayor is ongoing, a spokeswoman for Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane said Tuesday.

Charter presented for new Berks County community

Antietam Valley meeting

Mount Penn and Lower Alsace Township officials presented a home rule charter for the proposed municipality of Antietam Valley during a meeting Monday night.

One Northampton County official sues another... again

One Northampton County official sues another again

It's a case of deja vu for Northampton County Executive John Brown.

Illegal children will more than likely be allowed to stay in US

Experts weigh in on immigration crisis

As President Obama asks Congress for billions of dollars to help with the immigration crisis, local experts said it's not enough and add the majority of children may end up staying in the country regardless.

Toomey addresses veterans services, immigration reform

Toomey addresses veterans services immigration reform

Chad Blimline/69 News

United States veterans may soon have easier access to services, thanks to suggestions from veterans in Berks County.

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Emmaus geese honk at lights designed to scare them off

EMMAUS, Pa.

It appears the geese have the upper hand so far in one Emmaus park.

Coroner: 2 males struck, killed by passing train in Upper Milford Twp.

Emmaus train accident kills 2 pedestrians
UPPER MILFORD TWP., Pa.

Two men have died after they were struck by a freight train in Upper Milford Township.

Final recommendations for the Municipality of Antietam Valley

MPLA Merger Committee
MOUNT PENN, Pa

Monday night's citizen input meeting was the last before the Mount Penn Borough and Lower Alsace Township Consolidation Committee meets next week to cast its final vote.

Emmaus raises a glass to brew pubs, micro-breweries

Glasses of beer, generic image
EMMAUS, Pa.

Emmaus may soon become a more welcoming community for brew pubs and small breweries.

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