TOP HEADLINES BERKS, LANCASTER 05/27


>>Reading Hospital President Announces He's Stepping Down

(Reading, PA) -- Reading Hospital is going to have to search for a new leader this year. Tower Health announced yesterday that William Jennings, the president and chief executive officer of the Reading Hospital, is going to be stepping down from his position this year. He will be leaving in early July. Jennings says he will be returning to Connecticut as he has taken a job with Hartford Healthcare.

>>Animal Rescue League In Berks County Looking For Foster Families

(Birdsboro, PA) -- Families in Berks County are being encouraged to foster pets from the Animal Rescue League. The organization announced yesterday that it is actively searching for foster families to care for puppies and kittens. The foster effort is completely free to do, and if you are interested in participating, please contact the A-R-L in Berks County for more information.

>>Windstorm Damages Township In Lancaster County

(Manheim Township, PA) -- Lancaster County officials are currently assessing damages caused by the recent windstorm. Several trees and a truck-trailer carrying construction materials fell along Harrisburg Pike in Manheim Township yesterday. The area between Route 30 and Crossings Boulevard is closed while crews work to clean up the mess.

>>Stirling Hotel Reopens In Reading

(Reading, PA) -- People in the Berks County area are being invited to enjoy a stay at the historic Stirling Hotel again this year. The hotel reopened its doors to the public recently after it had to close last year because of the ongoing pandemic. Officials say the hotel is currently preparing for a Christmas in July event for this summer.

>>Two People Injured After Truck-Trailer Rolls Over On Vehicle

(Manheim Township, PA) -- Two people are recovering at the hospital after a dump truck rolled over on a vehicle. The incident happened yesterday evening along Route 30 in Manheim Township. Police say both drivers had to be rescued from the vehicles, and they were taken to the hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.


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