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>Miller Center For The Arts Bringing Back Live Performances

(Reading, PA) -- The Miller Center for the Arts on the Reading Area Community College campus is bringing back live entertainment this year. The college announced yesterday that tickets for the first release of the planned concert events this fall season will go on sale to the public on June 25th and July Second. The lineup for this fall includes the Irish and U-K Artists, Danu, Julie Fowlis and the Tartan Terrors, Comedian Tom Papa, the Max Weinberg Jukebox and Reduced Shakespeare.

>>Fourth Of July Parade To Return To Wyomissing

(Wyomissing, PA) -- The Fourth of July Parade in Wyomissing is going to be returning this year after it was forced to cancel last year due to the ongoing pandemic. The parade is set to begin at one-in-the-afternoon on July Fourth. Organizers say the theme for this year's parade is a tribute to essential workers.

>>Juneteenth To Be An Official Holiday In Reading

(Reading, PA) -- Juneteenth is now an official holiday in the City of Reading. Mayor Eddie Moran signed the order yesterday. The holiday marks the date that Union soldiers told slaves in Galveston, Texas that they had been freed over two years earlier.

>>Job Fair To Be Held At Clipper Magazine Stadium Today

(Lancaster, PA) -- Those looking for work are being invited to attend a job fair today in Lancaster. The fair will be held at Clipper Magazine Stadium in Lancaster from noon-to-six-in-the-afternoon. No registration is required to attend. You can find more information by visiting the Lancaster Chamber's official website.

>>Reading City Council Passes Ordinances To Curb Dirt Bikes On Streets

(Reading, PA) -- Reading City Council is helping police take dirt bikes and all-terrain vehicles off the streets. Council members passed two new ordinances recently. One ordinance will allow police to confiscate and destroy the vehicles if necessary. A 120-dollar fee will be added for towing these vehicles as well as an extra 25-dollars a day to hold them in impound.


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