TOP HEADLINES 05/20 BERKS, LANCASTER


>>Reading Fighting Phils To Host Firework Shows

(Reading, PA) -- The Reading Fighting Phils are revealing the dates for this year's firework shows at FirstEnergy Stadium. According to the team's release on Wednesday, there will be ten shows for this season with the first one set to take place next Thursday. Officials say the team is partnering with Carpenter MEGA Blast Shows to hold the events, which are expected to be the biggest firework shows in stadium history. You can find a complete list of the show dates by visiting the Fighting Phils' official website.

>>COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics To Be Held In Lancaster

(Lancaster, PA) -- Several COVID-19 vaccine clinics are going to be held in Lancaster for vulnerable populations. The first clinics will be held this Saturday and Sunday at The Mix at Arbor Place from eight-in-the-morning until five-in-the-afternoon. Officials say there will be music provided by live DJs as well as fresh food giveaways. You can make an appointment by visiting www.healthequityLancaster.com, but walk-ins are also welcome.

>>Franklin-And-Marshall College To Require Students To Provide Proof Of COVID Vaccination

(Lancaster, PA) -- Students at the Franklin-and-Marshall College in Lancaster are going to be required to show proof that they were vaccinated for the coronavirus before they can return to classrooms this fall semester. The college announced yesterday that students will have to provide a scanned copy of their completed vaccination cards to the Student Wellness Center by August First. Officials say the school will be accommodating students who have approved medical or religious exemptions consistent with state law.

>>A. Dennis Adams Wins Republican Primary For Berks County Treasurer

(Reading, PA) -- A. Dennis Adams is most likely going to be Berks County's next treasurer. Adams took home over 15-and-a-half-thousand votes in Tuesday's primary election, defeating opponent and fellow Republican Jack Gombach by about four-thousand votes. There were no Democratic nominees running for the county position, so it is expected that Adams will be unopposed in the general election.

>>John Fielding Earns Republican Nod For Berks County Coroner

(Reading, PA) -- John Fielding is being chosen as the Republican candidate for the coroner of Berks County. Fielding beat out fellow party members Ronald Peters and James Wilson in Tuesday's primary election. He gained more than eleven-thousand votes. Fielding will be running against incumbent Democrat Jonn Hollenbach in this year's general election.


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