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Updated: November 2, 2022 | 4:00 pm

Community groups, voters respond to Berks County sheriff deputies at ballot dropoff boxes

With a new issue at hand, county leaders say they are being careful to serve the needs of voters and to do better than previous elections.

By Anthony Orozco

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Pennsylvania Latinos welcome economic development, weary of gentrification

Latino voters want prosperity where they live and they want to be included.

By Anthony Orozco

Updated: November 1, 2022 | 8:00 pm

Why are IDs for undocumented immigrants an important issue for Pa. Latinos?

Some voters in the commonwealth are looking for solutions for undocumented immigrants that do not requite an act of Congress.

By Anthony Orozco

Reading invests nearly $3 million in community groups to fight violence

This midstate city is entrusting nonprofit organizations with millions of federal dollars to power programs aiming to keep young people from harm.

By Anthony Orozco

The 35th Hispanic Heritage Awards

The Hispanic Heritage Awards will be hosted by actress Stephanie Beatriz – widely known for voicing the character of Mirabel Madrigal in Disney’s Oscar-winning 2021 film “Encanto.”

By Christina Zeiders

Latin American Festival organizer and participants talk about Hispanic culture in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage month, which starts today and goes until October 15th, celebrates the history and culture of the country’s Latino and Hispanic communities and how they have contributed to American society.

By Aniya Faulcon

The economy is the focus for some Pa. Latinos this election

Some voters have not yet learned about candidates for top statewide offices, and many say they are most concerned with their neighborhoods and pocketbooks.

By Anthony Orozco

Así fue como se desempeñaron los candidatos hispanos en las primarias de Pensilvania

Seis candidatos hispanos prominentes se encaminan a participar en las elecciones generales de noviembre; mientras, otros nueve perdieron en diferentes contiendas.

By Anthony Orozco and Gabriela Martínez