TOP HEADLINES (BERKS, LANC) 10/29


>>Trump May Campaign At Reading Airport

(Bern Township, PA) -- Reports are circulating that President Trump is planning to campaign at Reading Regional Airport. A local news source reported yesterday that law enforcement has been told to prepare for Trump to visit the airport on Saturday. The visit would be the President's second trip to Pennsylvania and the Lancaster-Berks area in less than a week. 

>>Reading School District To Continue Remote Learning

(Reading, PA) -- Students in the Reading School District will continue learning remotely for now. The school board voted eight-to-one last night to accept administrators' recommendation to keep moving forward with full-time remote learning. The learning method will continue at least until administrators make a new recommendation. The sole board member to dissent said teachers should have the option to teach in the classroom.

>>Lancaster Police Identify Shooting Victim

(Lancaster, PA) -- Lancaster police are identifying a victim of a deadly shooting. Police say 36-year-old Terrell Coley was shot Tuesday night in the 500-block of Manor Street. He was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. Authorities say a 24-year-old woman received non-life-threatening injuries in the shooting. Officials say the shooting doesn't appear to be random.

>>New West Reading Brewery Applauding PLCB's Decision To Waive Fees

(West Reading, PA) -- A new West Reading brewery is applauding the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board's decision to waive fees. Willow Creek Brewing owner Mark Camlin says he is pleased that PLCB license fees have been waived for 2021. Camlin says it is helpful when opening a brewery during the COVID-19 pandemic. Governor Tom Wolf recently urged the PLCB to take such an action to help businesses that sell beer and liquor start or stay in business.

>>Reading Residents Approaching Trick-Or-Treaters In Different Ways

(Reading, PA) -- Reading residents are approaching Halloween trick-or-treaters in different ways. Some residents say they will be masking up to greet children at the door or out front. Others are pre-packaging candy in baggies to create a contactless trick-or-treating experience. Still others are putting up outdoor displays that include candy that children can take as they move by. Homes not participating in trick-or-treating are asked to turn off their porch lights.