Bessie Reese Crenshaw said she didn’t mean to be trailblazer, but her passion for education pushed her to fulfill her dreams.
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Some voters have not yet learned about candidates for top statewide offices, and many say they are most concerned with their neighborhoods and pocketbooks.
The lawmakers are taking two similar approaches and county officials have given no hint as to if they will participate in either offer.
One large failure kicked off a series of problems for voters and election workers.
After less than six months on the job, the head of elections for Berks County leaves the post.
George Fernandez has played in health outreach for Latinos across the state. Now, he wants to house people in need.
Several cities across the nation are exploring, and even implementing, municipal reparations for the descendants of enslaved Africans. Reading may be the next to take on the effort.
Alvernia University looks to possibly move into another downtown Reading building with the help of the city and Berks County.
A new podcast by Kouvenda Media challenges the usual way news outlets report on shootings, victims and survivors.