TOP HEADLINES BERKS, LANCASTER 06/01


>>Reading Fightin' Phils To Possibly Relocate

(Reading, PA) -- The Fightin' Phils could be possibly playing somewhere else other than in Reading. Officials announced recently that the M-L-B is requiring significant upgrades to FirstEnergy Stadium for the team to still play for the city. While the stadium has been a staple of Berks County for more than 70-years, city officials say the upgrades will cost millions of dollars.

>>Berks County Couple Accused Of Being Involved In Lancaster County Shooting

(East Petersburg, PA) -- A Berks County couple is facing several charges after they were accused of being involved in a Lancaster County shooting. Thalia Ortiz and Rashaun Taylor are facing several charges including reckless endangerment after Taylor fired a gun at a home in East Petersburg during an argument. Police say a bullet struck an innocent bystander. The investigation is ongoing.

>>Berks County Man Accused Of Being Involved In Lehigh Valley Robbery

(Bernville, PA) -- A man from Berks County is accused of being involved in a robbery in Lehigh Valley. Twenty-one-year-old Eric Camacho of Bernville is facing several charges including two felony counts each of robbery and conspiracy for allegedly robbing someone off the Ironton Rails to Trails in Whitehall Township. He was arraigned by a district judge last week with his bail set at one-hundred-thousand-dollars.

>>Building In Reading Damaged After Vehicle Crashes Into It

(Reading, PA) -- Repairs are going to have to be made for a building in Reading that was recently struck by a vehicle. The accident happened yesterday morning in the 200-block of South Fifth Street. Police say a pickup truck smashed into the back of the building and broken bricks blocked the rear parking lot for several hours.

>>Muhlenberg Township Store Fronts Damaged By Ponding Water

(Muhlenberg Township, PA) -- Some businesses in Muhlenberg Township are going to have to make some repairs after being damaged by ponding water. Authorities were called to a plaza in the three-thousand-block of North 5th Street Highway yesterday. Fire officials say a large portion of water collected inside the façade of the retail locations and caused a collapse.


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