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Located in southeastern Pennsylvania, the city is largely bounded on the west by the Schuylkill River, on the east by Mount Penn, and on the south by Neversink Mountain. Overlooking the city on Mount Penn is Reading's symbol, a Japanese-style pagoda visible from everywhere in town and referred to locally as "the Pagoda." It was built in 1908 as a hotel and restaurant, but was never used for that purpose.
Local Newspapers: Reading Eagle
Local Sports Teams: Reading Phillies (EL Baseball) Reading Royals (ECHL Ice hockey)
Local Colleges: Albright College Alvernia University
Zip Codes associated with reading, pennsylvania:
19601 19602 19604 19605 19606 19607 19608 19609 19610 19611
Towns/Cities near reading, pennsylvania : Mt Penn Reiffton Wyomissing Kenhorst Laureldale Temple Birdsboro Amity Gardens Sinking Spring Wernersville
Graham Partners buys thermoformer Tray-Pak Corp.
Tray-Pak, based in Reading, Pa., has been owned since 2009 by Archbrook Capital Management LLC, which will remain an investor in the company. "Tray-Pak distinguishes itself from other thermoformers through its high-quality custom products, in-house tooling and design capabilities, and unparalleled knowledge of customer needs," said Adam Piatkowski, managing principal at Graham Partners, in a statement.Pennsylvania in focus: Reinstating shamed lawmaker's pension is a 'slap in the face to taxpayers'
Like many others, I was disgusted but not surprised that the board of the State Employees Retirement System voted to restore the $246,000 annual public pension of admitted felon, and former state senator, Robert J. Mellow. This decision by six of the 11 board members is a slap in the face to the taxpayers of Pennsylvania.Bernie Sanders tells Al Franken to 'do the right thing' and resign
US Senator Bernie Sanders speaks on stage during the Protecting Working Families Rallyat Santander Performing Arts Center in Reading, Pennsylvania, December 3, 2017. Senator Bernie Sanders said his colleague Al Franken's announcement scheduled for Thursday should include his resignation following accusations of sexual harassment from more than a half-dozen women.Several municipalities planning lawsuit over gas meters
Several central Pennsylvania communities are planning to potentially team up against the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission over UGI gas meters in historic districts. City officials, such as Columbia Borough Manager Greg Sahd, said the phraseology they hear most often from residents is they're "ugly."Two Temple University students died this past week
Have top stories from The Daily Pennsylvanian delivered to your inbox every day, Sunday through Thursday, when Penn classes are in session. Just complete the form below to get started.Local Boxing coaches need upgrade - Azumah Nelson
Ghanaian boxing legend Azumah Nelson wants the Sports Ministry and key stakeholders of the pugilistic sport to concentrate on developing good coaches. According to the Former WBC champion, the poor standard of coaching is to blame for the country's long search for a major world title since 2010.Sanders to visit Peoples Academy to discuss education, career choices
Sanders says it's important to understand how students see their options -- and how to pay for them -- as they prepare to graduate high school. He will be joined by Vermont Agency of Education Secretary Rebecca Holcombe and Vermont Department of Labor Commissioner Lindsay Kurrle.Lower Sackville drag racer inducted into hall of fame
Greg Nickerson was recently inducted into the Canadian Drag Racing Hall of Fame. The Lower Sackville resident, the first Maritimer to win a Grand National event, is also a member of the Maritime Motorsports Hall of Fame.Sanders Reminds Trump Of His Promise To Not Cut Entitlements
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders called on President Donald Trump Sunday to follow his campaign pledge not to cut funding to Social Security, Medicaid and Medicare. "Many argue that you can't cut taxes because it will drive up the deficit," Sen. Marco Rubio said recently.Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., at a news conference to unveil his "Medicare for All" plan.
Sanders, an independent from Vermont who caucuses with Democrats, came to Reading on Sunday to address the $1.5 trillion GOP tax overhaul. The Reading Eagle reports that Sanders told a crowd of hundreds that billionaires are "controlling our society and politics" and called on people to "provide a cure for their greed."Temple University Student Found Dead in Off-Campus Apartment
Philadelphia Police and Temple Police responded to a 911 call Saturday morning at an off-campus apartment on the 1800 block of Berks Street. When they arrived they found the body of 20-year-old James Orlando of Reading, Pennsylvania.Lancaster resident to speak at Bernie Sanders rally Sunday in Reading
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders will return to central Pennsylvania on Sunday for a rally against the Republican tax reform plan, and a Lancaster city resident will be among the featured speakers. Eliza Booth, 39, said she was invited to speak about how the plan will negatively impact her and her family.TTAB Test: Are These Two Word + Design Marks Confusable for Beer?
The USPTO refused to register the mark shown below left for "beer" on the ground of likelihood of confusion with the registered mark on the right, for "Brewed malt-based alcoholic beverage in the nature of a beer." On appeal, applicant argued that the buyers of craft beer are sophisticated, that its logo is dominated by its well-known house mark MAD TREE, and that BLACK FOREST is highly suggestive of a type of beer.Three-Fourths of Young Music Fans Don't Want Phones Banned from Gigs
Nearly three-fourths of live music fans aged between 16 and 30 believe that the use of smartphones at concerts shouldn't be banned, a new survey has suggested. According to U.K. ticket agency Skiddle , only 27 percent of 1,200 people asked believed that a ban should be put in place.New Penn Professional Driver Don Wagner Achieves Three-Million Consecutive Accident-Free Miles
New Penn professional driver Don Wagner recently achieved the remarkable feat of surpassing three-million consecutive miles without a single preventable accident. Wagner is the only active New Penn driver to reach this elite milestone.Study: 73% Of Young Concertgoers Think Phones Should NOT Be Banned During Shows [News]
According to a new research conducted by Skiddle - which inquired 1,200 people between 16 and 30 years old - 73% of young concertgoers think that phones should not be banned during live shows. When the remaining 27% was asked on why they think phones should not be allowed, 37% of them said that phones are distracting to them, 34% said phones reduce the quality of concert experience, while 8% said filming is disrespectful to the artist.$2+ Million Deals Top Township Property Sales
Two real estate transactions in Lower Pottsgrove, each valued at more than $2 million, were among a total of 39 properties sold in the township during a 37-day period between Sept. 5 and Oct. 12 , according to Montgomery County property records .Pentatonix, Jay Z, Nicky Jam: 35 must-see concerts in Pa. this December
We combed through concert listings for shows in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Reading and more to find the best and biggest performances going down during the month of December. And just a note before you start scrolling, only shows that still had tickets available as of Nov. 27 were included .Parent Engagement in the Digital Age
In school districts around the country, handwritten notes, calls home, and face-to-face meetings are rapidly ceding ground to new technologies that better meet the needs of parents and schools. According to a 2016 report , there's been a steep drop in the number of parents who believe that more intimate forms of communication-face-to-face meetings with teachers, for example-are the most effective means to convey important information about students.New glass design team come to Blenko Glass in Milton
Continuing a long tradition of engaging exceptional designers, Blenko Glass, of Milton, has joined forces with a dynamic new design team of Emma Walters and Andrew Shaffer, according to Dean Six, vice president of marketing for Blenko Glass.
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