(Undated) -- Here is the latest news: The Rodale Institute in Berks County is getting a lot of help thanks to a generous donation from Giant Food Stores. One person is dead following a crash in Lancaster County. A woman is recovering at the hospital after she was stabbed in Berks County.
>>Giant Donates Over One-Million-Dollars To The Rodale Institute
(Kutztown, PA) -- The Rodale Institute in Berks County is getting a lot of help thanks to a generous donation from Giant Food Stores. The Giant company donated over one-million-dollars to the institute recently. Officials with Rodale Institute say the funding will be used towards its efforts to continue training farmers and conducting agriculture research.
>>One Person Killed In Lancaster County Crash
(West Hempfield Township, PA) -- One person is dead following a crash in Lancaster County. The two-vehicle accident happened Saturday evening on Route 30 near West Hempfield Township. Police say a Chrysler 200 crossed the median and struck a Kia Spectra head-on. Six other people were taken to the hospital. The cause of the accident is still being investigated.
>>Woman Stabbed In Berks County
(Spring Township, PA) -- A woman is recovering at the hospital after she was stabbed in Berks County. The incident happened Saturday afternoon in the 400-block of Miller Road in Spring Township. Police say the woman was stabbed during a domestic incident, and she was taken to the hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. The investigation is ongoing.
>>Berks County Church Returns To In-Person Service
(Wyomissing, PA) -- A Berks County church is bringing back in-person services after it was forced to close to the public last March due to the ongoing pandemic. The Wyomissing Church of the Brethren allowed worshipers inside the sanctuary yesterday. Officials say the church is still offering online services.
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>>Two Brothers From Lancaster County Accused Of Downloading Child Porn
(Conestoga Township, PA) -- Two brothers from Lancaster County are being accused of downloading and sharing child pornography. Brian and William Staffieri of Conestoga Township were recently taken into custody and are facing several charges including possessing or disseminating photos or film of child sex acts and criminal use of a communication facility. Authorities say the brothers were caught after investigators traced the I-P address provided by the N-C-M-E-C to a Comcast subscriber along River Hill Road in the township.