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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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Berks County Community Foundation Elects New Board Members

The Berks County Community Foundation has announced it has elected new board chair and members this week. Business strategy consultant Alfred J. Weber has been...

Women2Women Honors Crystal Gilmore Harris with Athena Award

Women2Women, an organization dedicated to developing women leaders and connecting women from diverse backgrounds, announced Crystal Gilmore Harris as their 2020 Athena award recipient...

Penn Street Market aims to Combat Food Insecurity during Pandemic

The mission of the Penn Street Market has always been to provide fresh and healthy food to the downtown Reading community. Unfortunately, due to...

Hydrant Sprinklers Give Kids in Reading a Break from the Heat

Four weeks ago, City of Reading Mayor, Eddie Moran, launched a new initiative called Wacky Water Wednesday. Every Wednesday through September 2nd, city fire hydrants...

19th Century Epler Schoolhouse Relocates to Berks Heritage Center

After months of uncertainty, funding difficulties, and a close call with the wrecking ball, the historic Epler School building, moved from the location where...

Little Free Library Dedicated at Shillington Farmers Market

Altrusa International of Reading-Berks dedicated a Little Free Library recently at the Shillington Farmers Market. Altrusa International of Reading-Berks is a volunteer organization of members...


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