BERKS, LANCASTER TOP HEADLINES 06/10


>>Kutztown University To Hold Several Vaccine Clinics For Students

(Kutztown, PA) -- Kutztown University is going to be holding several vaccine clinics for students this summer. The clinic will be held at the K-U Student Recreation Center, and it will run from ten-in-the-morning until two-in-the-afternoon on June 15th, July 9th, July 30th and August 20th. You can find more information by visiting the university's official website.

>>Human Remains Found In Lancaster County

(East Lampeter Township, PA) -- Authorities are launching an investigation after human remains were found in Lancaster County. The remains were discovered yesterday morning near a dumpster behind the Target off Route 30 in East Lampeter Township. The county coroner is working on determining the identity and cause of death.

>>New Fire Station Opens In Lancaster

(Lancaster, PA) -- The City of Lancaster is showing off its first new fire station in 45 years. The station at 425 West King Street opened yesterday. The building is more than 18-thousand-square-feet and cost the city about six-and-a-half-million dollars. Officials say the new station will be able to run four-thousand calls for service each year.

>>Reading Public Museum Opens New LEGO Exhibit

(Reading, PA) -- Families are being invited to check out a new LEGO exhibit at the Reading Public Museum. The museum recently opened Brick City, a collection of creations using LEGO bricks by artist Warren Elsmore from the U-K. Officials are also encouraging kids to get in on the action as they can create their own LEGO masterpiece at the exhibit.

>>Berks County Man Arrested For Allegedly Assaulting Elderly Man

(Mount Penn, PA) -- A Berks County man is behind bars for allegedly assaulting an elderly man. The incident happened Monday afternoon on the front porch of a home in the 19-hundred-block of Fairview Avenue in Mount Penn. The suspect was identified as 35-year-old Damian Garcia-Garcia, and he was taken into custody yesterday on charges of criminal attempt, robbery, inflicting serious bodily injury and reckless endangerment. Police say Garcia-Garcia beat the 73-year-old victim in an attempt to rob him.


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