>Reading Symphony Orchestra To Host Free Concert On July Fourth
(Reading, PA) -- The Reading Symphony Orchestra is going to be hosting a free show to celebrate July Fourth. The R-S-O announced yesterday that the event will be held at EnerSys Headquarters across from Reading Airport this Sunday at 6:30 p.m. You can download a free ticket by going to readingsymphony.org.
>>Berks County Animal Rescue League Issuing Code Red Because Of Heat
(Reading, PA) -- The Berks County Animal Rescue League is requiring people to bring their dogs indoors for the next couple of days because of the expected high temperatures. The A-R-L issued a Code Red ordinance yesterday, and you could face fines or have your pets seized if you don't follow the rules. Officials are encouraging anyone who sees an unsupervised dog outside to call the A-R-L immediately.
>>Thaddeus Stevens College Of Technology Lifts Vaccination Requirement
(Lancaster, PA) -- A college in Lancaster is changing its policy on COVID-19 vaccinations for students and staff. Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology announced yesterday that it will be lifting its vaccination requirement this coming school year. Officials say the decision was made after the General Assembly passed a bill that bans colleges, university and schools from requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccinations.
>>New Police Chief Of West Reading Sworn-In
(West Reading, PA) -- West Reading is welcoming its new top cop. Police Chief Glenn Granitz Junior was sworn in the department during a ceremony held on Monday. He served as the head of the Allentown Police Department for the past two years before joining the West Reading force.
>>Puppies Stolen From Farm In Ephrata
(Ephrata, PA) -- Police are investigating the theft of three puppies from a farm in Lancaster County. Two English bulldogs and one Boston terrier were stolen from a property in Ephrata on Monday. Authorities say they are searching for a light blue, four-door sedan that is missing its rear bumper and a dark-colored Audi S-U-V that are both believed to be involved in the incident. Anyone with any information is being asked to contact the West Earl Police Department.