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Reading (/ˈrɛdɪŋ/ RED-ing; Pennsylvania German: Reddin) is a city in and the county seat of Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States. With a population of 88,495 as of the 2018 U.S. Census Estimates, it is the fifth-largest city in Pennsylvania. Located in the southeastern part of the state, it is the principal city of the Greater Reading Area, home to 420,152 residents, and is furthermore included in the greater Delaware Valley. According to the 2010 census, Reading had the highest share of citizens living in poverty in the nation for cities with populations of more than 65,000. Reading's poverty rate fell over the next decade. Reading's poverty rate in the 2018 five-year American Community survey showed that 35.4% of the city's residents were below the poverty line, or less "than the infamous 41.3% from 2011, when Reading was declared the poorest small city in the nation."
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Peaceful protests over Floyd's death continue in Reading
"It says a lot about the people that live in this city, who care about this city and want to make changes in the right way." ...
3 recovering after shooting in Reading, police say
Investigators did not release many details, but they said none of the injuries appeared to be life-threatening.
Coronavirus complicates census efforts to reach hard-to-count Latino households in central Pa.
Reading and Berks should be neck-and-neck with neighboring counties and cities when it comes to the percentage of households responding to the census.
Reading Native Taylor Swift Says President Trump Is ‘Stoking The Fires Of White Supremacy’ With Shooting Looters Tweet
Reading native and singer Taylor Swift is blasting President Donald Trump for a tweet where he threatened to shut down looters in Minnesota with "shooting." ...
Cameraman who criticized PA fired from Associated Press
Eyad Hamad, a veteran Palestinian cameraman, received threats from PA security officials who told him that they would see to it that he gets fired from AP.
Pa. businesses to get $2.2M in Department of Energy research grants
The U.S. Department of Energy is giving $2.2 million in 11 grants to small businesses in Pennsylvania to support research into areas including turbines, thermal energy storage and nuclear energy. The ...
Reading, Pa., Police Look to Purchase Body Cameras
Although the city does not currently have in-car or body video cameras, the Reading, Pa., Police Department is hoping to add another level of transparency by outfitting officers with body cameras.
Western Pa.’s libraries see e-books, e-audiobook become more popular during pandemic
With libraries in Allegheny and Westmoreland counties closed since mid-March to stem the spread of the coronavirus, more patrons are using the electronic resources — books, audiobooks, movies and ...
Pa. man recently released from prison killed estranged wife, himself: police
He was jailed after breaking into her home in violation of a protection from abuse order in January and released from Berks County Prison in late April, police say.
Central Pa. weather: Very high pollen levels today
The latest reading from York indicates VERY HIGH levels of tree pollen in the air! Grass pollen is also high, and weed pollen is at low levels. Expect pollen to remain at high levels over the next few ...
Boscov’s is back: 2 central Pa. stores to open this weekend
Boscov’s is back! Reading-based retailer Boscov’s has already opened several stores in Pennsylvania as counties have moved into the state’s “yellow phase” of tiered open ...
Pa. Insureds' Path To Pandemic Biz Interruption Coverage
Although some insurers argue that COVID-19 losses do not satisfy business interruption coverage's direct physical loss requirement, Pennsylvania's broad interpretation of insurance contracts may allow ...