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Reading Magazine is a locally owned digital magazine featuring positive news stories in Reading and Berks County.

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Tanya Melendez: Cultivating Community Garden in Oakbrook

​Tanya Melendez has a deep love of the natural beauty contained within the city of Reading. Whether she is enjoying bike rides on local...

Markers added to Union Canal Trail to Improve Safety for Visitors

As Berks residents return to the County’s many parks and trails this spring, they’ll find a new system of markers along the popular Union...

Your Ableism and its Effects on Others

Many people living with disabilities constantly cope with it, some silently, others not so much. Ableism is an often-overlooked form of oppression that many people...

One Love Project organizing Spring Clothing Drive

The One Love Project will host its Spring Awakening Clothing Drive distribution on March 14, 2021 at 620 Center Ave from 11am to 2pm. One...

Dunkin’ Donates $8,500 to Helping Harvest to Fight Hunger in Berks and Schuylkill

Dunkin’ of greater Philadelphia donated $8,500 to Helping Harvest Food Bank Monday morning to help fight hunger throughout the region. The donation comes from the...

Olivet Clubs Partner with LGBT Center for Community Movie Nights

The LGBT Center of Greater Reading and Olivet Boys & Girls Club have partnered to engage local youth and families by hosting a series...

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