BERKS, LANCASTER HEADLINES 03/01


>>All Migrant Families Released from Berks Family Residential Center

(Bern Township, PA) -- U.S. Senator Bob Casey is confirming that all the migrant families being held at the Berks Family Residential Center have been released. Senator Casey made the announcement yesterday, stating that the remaining individuals inside the facility in Bern Township were released this past Friday. Casey says he will be working towards closing the center for good to protect future migrant families and children.

>>Tower Health Closes COVID-19 Testing Site in Reading

(Reading, PA) -- A COVID-19 testing site in Reading is now closed. Tower Health announced this past Friday that it closed the testing site located at the urgent care on Liggett Avenue. Officials say another testing site located at the Gilbertsville urgent care center in Douglass Township, Montgomery County is going to be open longer from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. beginning today.

>>Lancaster County Coroner Called to Crash in Elizabeth Township

(Elizabeth Township, PA) -- At least one person is dead after a crash in Lancaster County. The accident happened yesterday afternoon on Route 322 between Pumping Station Road and the Lebanon County line in Elizabeth Township. While Pennsylvania State Police are still investigating the cause of the accident, officials say the Lancaster County coroner was called to the scene.

>>Classes at Millersville University Canceled Today

(Millersville, PA) -- Millersville University is canceling all of its classes today. The university announced the closure yesterday due to its network being down. Officials say the downed network is impacting internet services including Zoom as well as campus phones. Dining services will still be available for students and essential staff.

>>Manheim Township Man Accused of Strangling Another Person Several Times

(Manheim Township, PA) -- A Manheim Township man is being accused of strangling another person several times during a domestic dispute. Nathan Edward Grove was charged over the weekend with three counts of strangulation, one count of assault and one count of harassment. Officials say the attack happened last Monday at his home in the one-thousand-block of Center Avenue. Grove's formal arraignment is scheduled to take place March 26th.


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