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Alvernia University officials drive around Berks County, visiting the homes of incoming freshman to welcome them to college. [Read More]
The Gov. Mifflin School board has approved a proposed final budget that doesn't raise property taxes and fills a $3.2 million deficit mostly with reserve... [Read More]
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Teams from two Gov. Mifflin elementary schools placed first and second in a Philadelphia Zoo contest aimed at getting kids to take action to support... [Read More]
The daily reporting of cases and deaths. [Read More]
Gov. Tom Wolf on Friday modified his executive order banning evictions and foreclosures during the coronavirus pandemic, clarifying that it only applies to lack of... [Read More]
A virtual adult learner information session will be held June 10. [Read More]
Janet Scull thought about calling it a career at the end of last year.The Schuylkill Valley School District, where she had worked as a speech... [Read More]
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The pandemic robbed educators of their swan songs, taking away memories they planned to make and cherish. [Read More]
Last week saw the lowest number of new unemployment claims in Berks County of any week over the past two months. [Read More]
Janet Scull thought about calling it a career at the end of last year. [Read More]
Nearly 7,000 child care centers across Pennsylvania will share in an initial distribution of $51 million of federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act... [Read More]
Every wonder what 40,000 pounds of potatoes looks like? [Read More]
Nearly 7,000 child care centers across Pennsylvania will share in an initial distribution of $51 million of federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act... [Read More]
With Berks County still under a state-mandated COVID-19 shutdown, organizers of the annual Kutztown Folk Festival have decided to make this year's version a virtual... [Read More]
Nursing homes have undoubtedly been hot spots of the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
The Wilson School Board has passed a proposed final budget for the 2020-21 school year that fills a $9.9 million hole without raising property taxes. [Read More]
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