BERKS AND LANCASTER HEADLINES 07/29


>>The Latest

(Undated) -- Here is the latest news: The guitarist for Grammy-nominated band Fountains of Wayne is stopping by Lancaster. One person is recovering at the hospital following a crash in Berks County. South Heidelberg Township Police Department is introducing its new K-nine unit to the public.

>>Jody Porter To Perform In Lancaster City

(Lancaster, PA) -- The guitarist for Grammy-nominated band Fountains of Wayne is stopping by Lancaster. Jody Porter will be performing this Saturday at Tellus 360 at 7:30 p.m. The concert is free for those who arrive before the show starts.

>>One Person Injured Following Crash In Berks County

(Maxatawny Township, PA) -- One person is recovering at the hospital following a crash in Berks County. The accident happened yesterday afternoon along I-78 East in Maxatawny Township. The cause of the crash is still being investigated.

>>K-9 Joins Police Force In South Heidelberg Township

(South Heidelberg, PA) -- South Heidelberg Township Police Department is introducing its new K-9 unit to the public. The department recently acquired the canine named Aldo. Aldo will be assisting the force in detecting narcotics and tracking missing people.

>>Police In Berks County Investigating Horse Negligence

(Cumru Township, PA) -- Police in Berks County are launching an investigation after they recovered several horses who were reportedly neglected. A search warrant was issued Monday of a property in Greenwich Township, and several horses were found to be neglected. Humane Society Police are asking for anyone suspecting a case of animal abuse to contact the Animal Rescue League of Berks County.

>>Woman Injured After Being Struck By Vehicle In Lancaster City

(Lancaster, PA) -- A woman is recovering at the hospital after she was struck by a vehicle in Lancaster. The incident happened last night in the area of Wabank Street at Fairview Avenue. Police are still looking for the driver of the sedan involved, and anyone with any information is being asked to contact the Lancaster City Bureau of Police.


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