A Berks County flag company has been granted a waiver to distribute flags to be placed on thousands of veterans’ graves on Memorial Day.
A Berks County Girl Scout is making masks for people during COVID-19.
A Berks County man is facing charges after authorities say his 14-month-old daughter died while co-sleeping.
Berks County District Attorney John Adams is warning of scams amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Authorities say a beach patrol vehicle driver is facing a reckless driving charge after striking two Pennsylvania girls who were lying on a New Jersey beach.
Powerful winds toppled trees and led to power outages throughout the area Thursday afternoon.
Unfortunately, this is the Berks Heim Nursing Home's first death as a result of the coronavirus.
A pet pantry in Reading is in need desperate need of food donations.
A West Reading pizza shop owner is encouraging people to leave thoughtful messages for healthcare workers.
Lisa Synder, a Berks County woman charged in the hanging deaths of her two young children, could face the death penalty.
Fifteen horses were killed when a fire destroyed a barn at a Berks County horse training facility.
Jeff Cole reports on the fatal house fire in Berks County
2 men were killed and 5 firefighters were injured during a house fire Wednesday night in Reading.
Rafael Vega-Rodriguez, 37, was apprehended overnight in Leola, Pennsylvania, according to the FBI.
Lisa Snyder — who is accused of fatally hanging her two children in her Berks County home — was ordered to stand trial on murder charges Wednesday.
Berks County Girl Scout Veronica "Ronnie" Backenstoe is still selling cookies after nearly nine decades.
A Berks County accountant has been charged in one of the largest Ponzi schemes in Pennsylvania state history.
The “Sevens” gang, who officials say derive their name from the seven letter word loyalty, were operating out of a boarding house on the 100 block of South 4th Street.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the Philadelphia area Saturday, with snow transitioning to rain showers.
Lower Makefield Township residents may get the chance to vote on a referendum to change liquor laws.