TOP HEADLINES 05/05 BERKS, LANCASTER


>>Berks County Authorities Investigating Homicide

(Reading, PA) -- Authorities are investigating a homicide in Reading after a domestic incident turned for the worst. Police responded to a stabbing report at a home in the 14-hundred-block of Wayne Street yesterday morning. One woman was found dead inside the home, and her husband was taken to the hospital for unknown injuries. Officials say there is no danger to the public as the incident appears to be isolated at this time.

>>Reading Fightin Phils To Host Games At Full Capacity This Summer

(Reading, PA) -- Since Pennsylvania will be lifting all of its COVID-19 restrictions after this month, the Reading Fightin Phils will be letting fans attend home games at one-hundred-percent capacity soon. The team announced yesterday FirstEnergy Stadium will start operating at one-hundred-percent full capacity starting June 8th. The game will be against the Hartford Yard Goats, and it is set to begin at 7:05 p.m.

>>Lancaster Roots And Blues Festival To Return This Year

(Lancaster, PA) -- A popular music festival in Lancaster is going to be returning this year. The Lancaster Roots and Blues Festival is set to take place from October 15th through October 17th at different venues across the city. Organizers say over 70 artists will be performing during the three-day event. You can find more information by visiting the Roots and Blues Festival's official website.

>>Boyz-To-Men To Perform In Reading

(Reading, PA) -- Boyz-to-Men will be visiting Reading this year. The R-and-B group is set to perform at the Santander Performing Arts Center on November 18th at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are expected to go on-sale to the public this Friday at ten-in-the-morning.

>>Body Recovered From Susquehanna River In Lancaster County

(Marietta, PA) -- An investigation is being launched in Lancaster County after a body was found in the Susquehanna River. The body was discovered yesterday on the shore of the river near the Riverfront Park Northwest Trail in Marietta by a kayaker. Anyone with any information on the incident is being asked to contact the Susquehanna Regional Police Department.


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