>>Mobile COVID-19 Vaccination Unit Coming to Reading

(Reading, PA) -- A mobile COVID-19 vaccination unit is coming to Reading this week. The Latino Connection's Community-Accessible Testing and Education mobile unit will be administering vaccines in the parking lot at 31 South Fifth Street starting today from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. It will also be holding another clinic tomorrow at the same time. You can find more information about the unit on C-A-T-E's Facebook page.

>>Olivet Boys and Girls Club to Hold COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics on Saturdays

(Reading, PA) -- The Olivet Boys and Girls Club in Reading is going to be hosting COVID-19 vaccination clinics on Saturdays. The first clinic was held over the weekend at the Olivet Pendora site located at 330 South 19th. The next clinic will take place this Saturday at Olivet's Clinton Street site. More information can be found on the Olivet Boys and Girls Club's official website.

>>Man Shot and Killed in Lancaster County

(West Hempfield Township, PA) -- Authorities are investigating a shooting in Lancaster County that left one man dead. The shooting occurred Friday evening at a home in the 400 block of Hillside Drive in West Hempfield Township. The victim died at the hospital from a single gunshot wound. Police say 34-year-old Cherrelle Byrd has been arrested for criminal homicide.

>>Teenager Accused of Killing Her Sister in Lancaster County Preparing for Trial

(Lancaster, PA) -- The 14-year-old girl who is being accused of stabbing her sister to death at their Manheim Township home in February is preparing to go to trial. Claire Miller waived her preliminary hearing in court on Friday. Her attorney says he is planning on filing a motion to send the case to juvenile court.

>>Crash in Lancaster County Kills 21-Year-Old Man

(Warwick Township, PA) -- Police are investigating a crash that killed one man in Lancaster County. The accident happened Saturday morning on Highlands Drive in Warwick Township. The driver of the vehicle was pronounced dead at the scene and a passenger is currently recovering at the hospital. Authorities say they believe speed and alcohol were contributing factors in the wreck.

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