TOP HEADLINES (BERKS, LANC) 11/25


>>Berks County Woman Accused Of Stealing Over One-Million-Dollars

(Shillington, PA) -- A Reading woman is being accused of stealing over one-million-dollars from the Shillington Social Quarters. Fifty-year-old Vycky Macri was arrested yesterday after she was allegedly embezzling money from the Berks County organization for more than five years. She is facing charges of theft and receiving stolen property. Macri was a bar manager and a secretary during her 12-year tenure with the organization.

>>Reading Man Killed After Being Hit By Car

(Reading, PA) -- A Reading man is dead after being hit and killed by a car. The incident happened Monday night on Route 422 near the Lancaster Avenue exit. Investigators say the man was walking near the median or sitting against it before he was hit. The Berks County coroner ruled the death as an accident.

>>Hamburg Area School District To Move To Online Learning

(Hamburg, PA) -- The Hamburg Area School District is moving to virtual learning after Thanksgiving break. The superintendent made the announcement on the school district's YouTube page yesterday. The decision was made because of the rising COVID-19 cases in Berks County. In-person classes will start again on December 14th.

>>Salvation Army Of Reading Starting Holiday Fundraising Early

(Reading, PA) -- The Salvation Army of Reading will be starting their holiday fundraising campaign early. While the Salvation Army usually holds their campaign a day after Thanksgiving, they received over one-thousand Thanksgiving meal donations yesterday. The organization also started its Red Kettle campaign early this year as well. Anyone interested in donating can visit the Salvation Army's website.

>>Four People Injured In Lancaster County Car Crash

(Lancaster County, PA) -- Four people are being treated at the hospital after a multi-vehicle car crash in Lancaster County. The crash happened yesterday afternoon at the intersection of Millport Road and Route 501. Police say three vehicles were involved, and at least four people were injured. The condition of those four people is unknown.