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IMPACT: Light Snow; Strong Winds & Frigid Wind Chills Saturday

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FOR LANCASTER, YORK COUNTIES UNTIL 10 AM SATURDAY. A developing coastal storm, which is expected to become a full-blown Nor'easter, brings additional rounds of light snow into early Saturday morning. Much of the Susquehanna Valley will only see minor, light snowfall. A light coating to...
LANCASTER, PA

York native Trinity Thomas talks gymnastics, competing against Simone Biles, and what's on the horizon

YORK, Pa. — A York native is coming off a week in which she earned her second SEC Specialist Gymnastics of the Week Honor. Trinity Thomas, 20, is a student athlete at Gators Gymnastics in Florida, who throughout her athletic career has earned a Gym Slam or a perfect 10.0 on all events and competed alongside the most decorated gymnast of all time, Simone Biles.
YORK, PA
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DNA identifies Denver murder suspect who died in 1981

DENVER (KDVR) – Families have finally gotten answers in four separate murders that happened more than 40 years ago across the Denver metro area. Joe Michael Ervin has been identified as the suspect in the stabbing murders that occurred between 1978 and 1981. Ervin died by suicide in 1981,...
DENVER, PA
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Reading Fire Chief announces retirement

READING, Pa. - A Reading fire chief has announced his retirement. Reading Mayor Eddie Moran acknowledged the retirement of Reading Fire Chief William Stoudt Jr. at his State of the City address delivered Friday morning. Moran said Stoudt will be retiring at the end of April. The Mayor also commended...
READING, PA
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Massive blizzard takes aim at region

KENNETT SQUARE — Friday morning the sky became illuminated with light snow. The weather was a prelude to an impending blizzard that would bring dangerous conditions to the Greater Philadelphia Region as the sun sets. The historic storm is also anticipated to break snowfall records in New England this...
CHESTER COUNTY, PA
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Reading mayor gives annual state of the city address

Mayor Eddie Moran says Reading is poised to become a hub of business, education and entertainment. Moran, the city’s first Latino mayor, gave his third state of the city address Friday. It occurred at the DoubleTree by Hilton hotel at Seventh and Penn streets. “Wow. What a year it...
READING, PA

Reading Pagoda planning 17th annual Groundhog Day ceremony

Berks County’s own furry forecaster, Patty Pagoda, is ready to make her prediction for the next six weeks ahead. The 17th annual Patty Pagoda Groundhog Day event will take place Wednesday, February 2, 2022, 7am, at the Pagoda in Reading. The Pagoda is closed for renovations, so the festivities...
READING, PA
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Hometown Hero: Hearts for Lancaster

LANCASTER, Pa. — Friday’s hometown heroes want everyone to know who your valentine is. The Lancaster Rotary Club is hosting its sixth annual Hearts for Lancaster and Pets fundraiser. This is where you can sponsor a heart and personalize it for the one you love. Then, it will be displayed on a lampost in downtown Lancaster.
LANCASTER, PA
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Reading Parking Authority to provide free parking during snowstorm in garages

Reading Parking Authority will provide free parking to city residents due to the predicted snowstorm. AccuWeather forecasts 1 to 4 inches of snow for Berks County, starting Friday night and running into Saturday afternoon. Gates at all parking authority garages will be open beginning at 6 p.m. on Friday through...
READING, PA

‘Maus’ author will give lecture at central Pa. college conference on the Holocaust

An upcoming conference at Millersville University will feature a lecture with the author “Maus,” a graphic novel which depicts the story of a Holocaust survivor. Art Spiegelman wrote and illustrated “Maus,” which depicts Jewish people as anthropomorphic mice and Germans as cats. The work is based on interviews with his own father, Holocaust survivor Vladek Spiegelman, and received a Pulitzer Prize 1992.
MILLERSVILLE, PA
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