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


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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...

Genesius Theatre Bringing ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ to Shocktoberfest

“Let’s do the Time Warp Again!” Genesius Theatre presents "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" this weekend in Sinking Spring. Held on the grounds of...

Alvernia Launches Engineering Programs Aimed at Student Interest and Market Demand

In a press conference Monday morning in Downtown Reading, Alvernia University announced they will be offering three new Bachelor of Science degrees included in...

Berks Elementary Schools Receive United Way Education Response Grants

Elementary schools across Berks County are receiving extra support from United Way COVID-19 Education Response Grants. Twenty-six schools representing 12 local school districts have...

Abilities in Motion Launches ‘It Starts With Us’ Virtual Advocacy Initiative

Abilities in Motion will soon begin a new series of open community chats called “It Starts With Us” to address common barriers in the...

‘Hope Inside Change’ Exhibition on Display at Yocum Institute

A new art exhibit is on display at the Yocum Institute for Arts Education. Free to the public, the Hope Inside Change exhibit will...


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