TOP HEADLINES LANCASTER, BERKS 06/09


>>Lancaster Community Vaccination Center To Close At End Of Month

(Lancaster, PA) -- Lancaster County's mass vaccine clinic is going to be closing at the end of this month. The Vaccinate Lancaster Coalition announced yesterday that the Lancaster Community Vaccination Center located at 600 Park City Center will be closing on June 30th. Beginning tomorrow, those who receive their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine will be referred to an alternative provider for their second dose.

>>Reading Royals Partnering With Met-Ed To Help Support L-G-B-T Center of Greater Reading

(Reading, PA) -- The Reading Royals are teaming up with Met-Ed to help support the L-G-B-T Center of Greater Reading. Officials announced yesterday that the partnership will be working towards collecting donations for the center this summer. The donations will go towards the L-G-B-T Center's Art Collaborative, which is an initiative to inspire L-G-B-T youth and the community to develop their level of self-esteem through the arts.

>>Man, Woman Killed In Lancaster County Crash

(Caernarvon Township, PA) -- A man and woman are dead after a crash in Lancaster County. The accident happened Monday morning at the intersection of Route 23 and Maxwell Hill Road in Caernarvon Township. Police say a car traveling west made a left turn in front of a dump truck before both vehicles swerved and struck a utility pole. The two people in the car were pronounced dead on the scene.

>>Berks County Woman Accused Of Stabbing Her Mother

(Exeter Township, PA) -- A Berks County woman is being accused of stabbing her mother. The incident happened Monday night at a home along Keystone Road in Exeter Township. Police say 23-year-old Marissa Hettrick stopped by her mother's house to pick up clothes before an argument broke out, and Hettrick stabbed her mother in the face and through the chest and then took off. She is facing several charges including aggravated assault and recklessly endangering another person.

>>Mexico-Based Company Buys Berks County's CarbonLite Center

(Muhlenberg Township, PA) -- Berks County's CarbonLite recycling and pelletizing center in Muhlenberg Township is now in new hands. Mexico-based company, Albek, recently purchased the center for about 96-million-dollars. Officials say Albek was interested in purchasing the plant because of its use of state-of-the-art equipment for bottle-to-bottle recycling.


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