>>Berks County Vaccination Center Expanding Hours

(Reading, PA) -- The COVID-19 vaccination center in Berks County is extending its hours. Starting next week, the Berks Cares Vaccine Center in Muhlenberg Township will be operating from seven-in-the-morning until six-in-the-afternoon on Wednesdays and Thursdays, eight-in-the-morning until five-in-the-afternoon on Fridays and eight-in-the-morning until one-in-the-afternoon on Saturdays. The center will be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

>>Tower Health Urgent Care Center In Berks County Moving Locations

(Exeter Township, PA) -- Tower Health's urgent care center in Berks County is going to be moving to a new location next week. The site in Exeter Township will start providing services at a building in the Exeter Commons shipping center on Perkiomen Avenue on Monday. Officials say the move will let the care site become a full-service center with radiology services available.

>>BARTA To Give Free Rides To Bicyclists Next Week

(Reading, PA) -- The Berks Area Regional Transportation Authority will be participating in the National Bike to Work Week. BARTA will be offering free rides to bicyclists starting on Monday in Berks County. Each bus has a set of bike racks that can carry two bikes at a time. Officials say all BARTA buses are operating their normal schedules throughout the week, and passengers will be required to wear masks while onboard.

>>Lancaster City Asking Residents To Conserve Water Tonight

(Lancaster, PA) -- The City of Lancaster is asking its water customers to limit water usage tonight. Officials say crews will be repairing a leak in East Hempfield Township, and only one water plant will be operating. Customers are being asked to voluntarily cut back on using water from ten o'clock tonight to six-in-the-morning tomorrow.

>>Dutch Wonderland To Kick Off Its Season Tomorrow

(East Lampeter Township, PA) -- Dutch Wonderland in Lancaster County is preparing to kick off its summer season this weekend. The amusement park will be opening this Saturday. Visitors will still be required to wear masks, and the park will be implementing social distancing safety measures.

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