The Phillies are hoping Trevor May will continue to impress at Reading.
One of the top pitchers in the Phillies minor-league system is working his way through his first season at Double-A in Reading.
Are you a voracious reader but wish you had a group to dish with about all those great books? If so, you’re in luck because Philadelphia is home to dozens of book clubs for all types of readers.
The Vice President’s wife, Dr. Jill Biden, a veteran community college professor came to give a voice to community colleges partnering with businesses.
Two firefighters and a resident were injured in an apartment complex fire in Berks County early Wednesday morning.
A brochure received by parents in Tulsa, Oklahoma’s Union District, on retaining 3rd graders based on standardized test reading scores is titled, “Will your child pass third grade?” is meant to help students achieve standardized reading levels.
Teens are teaming up with younger children to share a love of reading.
This year marked the 10th anniversary of One Book, One Philadelphia and it was special.
The Instapaper app lets you save web pages and browse them offline. Even better, it strips the ads, graphics and other extras from the page, which helps you concentrate more.
Two of the region’s large mail processing centers will close: the Southeastern Pennsylvania Processing and Distribution Center on West Valley Road in Wayne, and the Reading Processing and Distribution Facility.
Authorities in eastern Pennsylvania are investigating the death of a man whose body was found in an alley in Reading.
The state Legislative Reapportionment Commission approved newly redrawn maps for Senate and House districts on Monday, more than two weeks early and with only one dissenting vote.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Kids who can’t read traditional books fall behind from the first day of school. Those with disabilities often must wait months for audio-books or a school employee to scan texts or convert […]
Taylor Swift wants children in the Pennsylvania city of Reading to hit the books — and she’s made that easier by giving 6,000 volumes to the local library.
A Pennsylvania woman has been sentenced to 20 to 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to murder in connection with the deaths of five newborns whose skeletal remains were found at her home.