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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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United Way Berks Kicks off Fall Fundraising Campaign with ‘Day of Caring’

Over 130 volunteers, working on 20 local projects, participated in United Way of Berks County's ‘Day of Caring’ event. Working all day Thursday, activities...

Museums and Cultural Organizations Receive $190K in Relief Funding

State Reps. Tom Caltagirone and Mark Rozzi and State Sen. Judy Schwank announced three Berks county organizations received more than $190,000 from the COVID-19...

Ancient Civilizations Gallery to Display Hologram of Mummy Nefrina

Long-time resident of the Reading Public Museum, mummy Nefrina, will come to life later this month in the new Ancient Civilizations Gallery exhibit, . The...

New Initiative Provides Graphic Design Services for Downtown Businesses

The Reading Downtown Improvement District Authority has announced a new initiative to provide graphic design services to downtown Reading businesses. Beginning in September, RDID will...

Dunkin’ Awards Berks Student with $2,000 Scholarship

The Dunkin’ Community Cruiser made a stop in Berks County Thursday afternoon to honor Berks Catholic graduate Ethan Kraycik, local recipient of the eleventh...

Exeter Entrepreneur Opens Mobile Kitchen Remodeling Business

Exeter Township resident Michael Stratton has worked locally as a business consultant for years, but has always had an aptitude for design and craftsmanship....


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