Top Stories for Berks and Lancaster March 21st


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(Undated) -- Here's the latest news:  Police say a deadly shooting at a Berks County Walmart parking lot shopping center was likely the result of a domestic dispute. Manheim Police have identified the person who was shot Saturday at Club 23 on New Holland Pike. Gas prices are still well above the four-dollar-per-gallon mark across Lancaster County, but they are declining a bit. 

>>One Dead, One in Critical after Walmart Parking Lot Shooting

(Berks Co., PA) -- Police say a deadly shooting at a Berks County shopping center was likely the result of a domestic dispute. The incident happened Saturday afternoon in the parking lot near the Walmart in in Wyomissing. Police Chief John Phillips says the suspected shooter is in custody after he confronted a woman who he had been in a long-term relationship with and fired the shots near Walmart. He shot another man who tried to get away in an SUV, but crashed. He died from his injuries. The woman was also shot in the head and is in critical condition. Authorities have not yet released the suspect's name.

>> One Person Dies in Lancaster Night Club Shooting

(Manheim Township, PA) -- Manheim Township Police have identified the person who was shot Saturday a nightclub called Club 23 on New Holland Pike. Jatavis D. Scott, who was 25, died at the hospital. Police say the shooter was 28-year-old Tyler Jamel Wilson of Columbia. It's not known what started the incident and the investigation into the shooting continues as does the search for the alleged shooter.

>>HUD Grants $1.1M Grant to Berks County to Renovate Commercial Buildings

(Berks Co., PA) -- A loan guarantee for more than one million dollars has been granted to Berks County by HUD. The federal money will be used to rehab a commercial property in Oley Township and turn it into four separate commercial spaces. Developers say the project will create new opportunities for employment in the community, as well as for expanding businesses.

   

>>Gas Remains Well above $4.00 This Week , but Declining a Bit

(Lancaster Co., PA) -- Gas prices are still well above the four-dollar-per-gallon mark across Lancaster County, but they are declining a bit. The lowest price over the weekend was noted at the Sheets on Old Philadelphia Pike, where gas was four-19 per gallon. The current average price for a gallon of gas in the state right now is at four dollars and 32-cents per gallon.

>>Eagles Retain Cox and Scott

(Philadelphia, PA) -- Two key players for the Philadelphia Eagles are staying put. Defensive tackle Fletcher Cox and running back Boston Scott both signed one-year deals with the team over the weekend. Cox was released by the team last week which saved the team millions of dollars. 


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