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>>Man Who Worked At Bern Township Daycare Accused Of Third Sexual Assault 

(Bern Twp., PA) -- A man who worked at a daycare center in Bern Township is now accused of sexually assaulting a third child who was enrolled there.The D-A's office has filed additional charges against Andrew McCollin, of Columbia County.He worked at Creative Beginnings Early Learning Center and allegedly sexually assaulted the child between May 2018 and August 2019.McCollin is awaiting trial in the other two cases.The daycare center suspended him after he was charged in the first case. 

>>Glen Mills Man Gets Life In Prison For Deadly Salisbury Township Home Invasion 

(Lancaster, PA) -- A Glen Mills man is likely going to spend the rest of his life behind bars for a deadly home invasion in Salisbury Township.Christopher Lyles was sentenced Monday for the shooting death of Dennis Pitch during a 2016 home invasion.Judge David Ashworth called the death a cold-blooded, ruthless and senseless killing. 

>>Clean Up After Last Week’s Storms Continues In Berks County 

(Reading, PA) -- Cleanup is still underway for some in Berks County after a tropical storm pummeled the region.Crews with Berks Fire Water Restorations say they've fielded more than 250 calls for service in the last week.Some homeowners say the storm last Tuesday brought several inches of water in their homes, causing thousands of dollars' worth of damage. 

>>It’s Albright College’s Move-In Day 

(Reading, PA) -- Albright College in Reading is preparing for student move-in day.Students will return to campus this afternoon.Albright will be conducting about a third of its classes in person with the other classes will taking place fully online or in a hybrid format.The college says it has a full health and safety plan in effect to keep everyone as safe as possible. 

>>New Amazon Warehouse Expects To Spark Local Economy 

(Upper Bern Twp., PA) -- Officials are hoping a new Amazon warehouse in Upper Bern Township could be a boon the local economy.It’s believed the new facility will employ about two-thousand workers when it is fully up-and-running.Their positions are expected to pay at least 15-dollars per hour to start. 

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