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Police Ask Public’s Help to Identify Male Wanted in Assault of a Minor

POTTSTOWN, PA — North Coventry Police said Tuesday that they’re trying to identify a male who is accused of attacking a minor. Authorities state that the pictured male was involved in an assault of a minor that occurred on the basketball court behind the 200 block of S. Hanover Street in Pottstown. This incident took place on June 7th, 2021 at about 9:15 pm.
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Lebanon, PAlebtown.com

Lebanon Regal Cinemas offering $1 family-friendly movies twice a week

As part of Regal Movies’ Summer Movie Express series, Lebanon’s Regal Theater (located at 2200 Lebanon Valley Mall Rd.) will be offering $1 family-friendly movies Tuesdays and Wednesdays all summer. Each week until early September, two movies will be played each day, both starting at 3:30 p.m. However, families are...
Lancaster, PALancaster Online

How a Lancaster city barber cut a 76er's hair and weathered the pandemic

“Out of all days he reached out to me!” exclaimed Amit Corso. May 6 was already going to be a busy day for the owner of Lancaster’s Cutting Edge Barbershop and Cutting Edge Barber Academy. Representatives of the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences were due to visit Corso’s academy, a final step in an involved process to approve the facility for students who receive federal financial aid.
Montgomery County, PANorristown Times Herald

Montgomery County reports 34 new coronavirus cases over 7 days

NORRISTOWN — The number of new, positive coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continued to fall in Montgomery County during the latest seven-day period, a sign that the virus is being suppressed as vaccinations increase, according to the latest weekly data compiled by health officials. The 34 new positive COVID-19 cases, reported...
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Reading Organizations to Hold Citywide Cleanups Summit

READING, PA, – This evening, June 23rd, from 6 pm to 8 PM, Reading based organizations Barrio Alegria, the South of Penn Taskforce, and Public Works of Reading PA are holding a cleanup summit with organizations and residents who have organized cleanups in the city last year. Their goal is to explore new and creative strategies for sustaining cleanup initiatives into the future.
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