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Berks County Resident Authors Novel Set in Coal Region

A Berks County author has published his third book and first novel. The book, Disturbed, is a paranormal thriller set in the Coal Region of Northeast Pennsylvania that explores the legacy of the anthr
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Students from YouthBuild Coalition Visit State Capitol to Advocate for Programs

Students from Newly Formed Pennsylvania YouthBuild Coalition Visit State Capitol in Harrisburg to Advocate the Importance of YouthBuild Programs
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What's the Deal: Smart ways to spend tax refunds

The IRS says the average refund is around $3,000 dollars. The folks at Kiplinger say that’s a lot of money and there are a lot of smart things you can do with it.
Source: Channel 6 ABC Affiliate PA

Kutztown Community Threads quilts community memories, takes donations of materials to create quilt

Community Threads is seeking participants to join their community quilting group. They are also looking for donations from the community.

Community Threads is a group that has been meeting at the Kutztown Community Library since January 2018. The goal is to create a 78″x 80″ quilted collaborative art piece using fabric and buttons donated by the people of the community.

Source: Berkscounty

All I-95 lanes, I-476 SB closed in Delco after tanker crash

All lanes of Interstate 95 and the southbound lanes of Interstate 476 are shut down where the highways connect in Delaware County after a propane tanker truck overturned.
Source: Channel 6 ABC Affiliate PA

Southwest Airlines engine fails in midair, plane lands at Philadelphia Int'l Airport; 1 person dead

The NTSB confirmed one person has died as a result of an engine failure that forced an emergency landing of a Southwest Airlines plane at Philadelphia International Airport on Tuesday.
Source: Channel 6 ABC Affiliate PA

LISTEN: Philadelphia police radio calls during Starbucks arrests

Philadelphia police have released the police radio calls and officer transmissions from the controversial arrests of two black men at a store in Center City.
Source: Channel 6 ABC Affiliate PA

Rep. Dent resigns from Congress

Rep. Charlie Dent (PA-15) announced on April 17 his intention to resign from Congress in May.

“After discussions with my family and careful reflection, I have decided to leave Congress in the coming weeks. Serving the people of the 15th Congressional district has been a tremendous responsibility and the privilege of a lifetime, and I am honored by the trust that so many of my constituents placed in me to represent them in Washington.

Source: Berkscounty

Visually impaired students scuba dive for first time

As a way of giving back to the community, The Heritage of Green Hills, Shillington, hosted a scuba diving class at its indoor pool for youth from VisionCorps, a Lancaster-based non-profit organization that empowers people who are blind or vision impaired to attain independence.

With the help of Adaptive Diving Association, the visually impaired youth, ages 10 to 13, scuba dive for the first time on April 14.

Source: Berkscounty