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>Walmart To Administer COVID-19 Vaccination At Lausch Building In Berks County

(Exeter Township, PA) -- Walmart is going to be administering COVID-19 vaccinations at another location in Berks County. The company announced this past Tuesday that it will be giving out vaccinations at the Lausch Administration Building in Exeter Township next week. People in the One-A category can schedule appointments to get a dose within the gymnasium at the building located at 200 Elm Street in Saint Lawrence. Those who are interested in getting a vaccination can call the state's Link to Aging and Disability Resource Center to schedule an appointment.

>>LancasterTo Host COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic For Communities Of Color

(Lancaster, PA) -- Advocates inLancasterare going to be hosting a COVID-19 vaccination clinic for people of color soon. Officials announced yesterday that the clinic will be held tomorrow at the Bright Side Opportunities Center located at 515 Hershey Avenue inLancaster. The clinic is expected to administer more than 400 vaccine doses to communities of color.

>>One Person Injured After Being Struck By Car In Reading

(Reading, PA) -- One person is being treated at the hospital after they were stuck by a car in Reading. The accident happened last night on River Road between Washington Street and the Buttonwood Street Bridge. Police say they found one person lying in the street with severe head trauma. The cause of the accident is still under investigation.

>>Reading Parking Authority Votes To Buy Vacant Lot For Parking In City

(Reading, PA) -- The Reading Parking Authority is trying to acquire a vacant lot from the city to be used for parking. The R-P-A voted this past Tuesday to buy the lot located at 423 Schuylkill Avenue from the city for 25-thousand-dollars. City Council will have to approve the deal in order for the R-P-A to get the lot.

>>One Firefighter Injured During Fire In Berks County

(Exeter Township, PA) -- One firefighter is being treated at the hospital after he was injured during a fire in Berks County. The fire happened yesterday morning in the 600-block of Limekiln Road in Exeter Township. Authorities say a garage was engulfed in flames when crews arrived to the scene. A 25-year-old Mount Penn firefighter had to be taken to the hospital for minor leg injuries after the building collapsed.


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