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Berks bridge to get $2M from state for repair

Berks bridge to get $2M from state for repair

The 111-year-old Glendale Bridge in Berks County will get $2 million in federal funds for repairs.

Professional services firm acquires tax advisory firm to lead consulting network

Reading’s Stevens & Lee Griffin is expanding its tax and consulting services with the acquisition of BSB Advisors, which is run by...

premium content Berks County Real Estate Transactions

Documents on file in Berks County government offices listed these recent real estate transactions. Information listed for each transaction lists the...

premium content Seller’s real estate market should continue in 2018 in Berks

The outlook for home sellers in Berks County looks positive because of a very low inventory and a strong job market.

Berks housing and industrial market tight; growth expected to continue

Berks housing and industrial market tight; growth expected to continue

Berks County's hot housing and industrial real estate market is expected to continue for the next several years, mirroring patterns in the Lehigh...

Tower Health paid $418M for five southeastern Pa. hospitals

Tower Health System, formerly known as Reading Health System, bought five acute care hospitals in southeastern Pennsylvania from Community Health...

Growing Berks investment advisory firm gets $1.4M PIDA loan, will relocate headquarters

Good Life Advisors LLC, a growing investment advisory firm based in Wyomissing, plans to relocate its headquarters to Cumru Township.

Berks utility credit union members approve merger

Wyomissing-based ClearChoice Federal Credit Union members voted in favor Monday of the proposed merger with the billion-dollar Utilities Employee...

Albright College swears in new president, co-founded biotech company

Albright College swears in new president, co-founded biotech company

Jacqueline S. Fetrow was sworn in as Albright College’s 15th president at a ceremony Friday on the campus in Reading.

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