Keith Dmochowski, The Reading Eagle

Keith Dmochowski

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Recent articles by Keith:

Ice N’ Spice festival heats up in West Reading

The festival will run until 5 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 29 → Read More

Attorney for Route 222 warehouse developers asks for limits on questioning at hearing in Berks

Maidencreek Township held the third session of a conditional use hearing on plans for a 930,000-square-foot warehouse. → Read More

Mount Penn, Lower Alsace reignite merger talks

Officials say the merger could significantly cut municipal costs. → Read More

Cumru Township holds hearing on zoning change that enabled Route 10 warehouse plans

A legal challenge to the rezoning of the plot at Route 10 and Freemansville Road was filed by Penske and township residents → Read More

Berks officials question EPA safety standards surrounding former Exide site

County environmental consultant Fred Osman believes the EPA’s current standards for acceptable soil-lead levels near the site pose an unacceptable risk. → Read More

Family members still seeking closure in unsolved murder of Brian Frymoyer in Reading

Brian Frymoyer, 39, was shot and killed in January 2006 as he walked home from his job at 10th and Green Elementary School. → Read More

1 dead after police standoff in western Berks [Update]

Tulpehocken Forge Road in Heidelberg Township had been closed. → Read More

Developers of Route 222 warehouse suing Maidencreek Township over its noise rules

Developer and property owner Maiden Creek Associates claims the rules effectively prohibit building on the site. → Read More

Schuylkill Haven School Board sets start date for 2023-24 school year

The school board also discussed fundraising policies following a fundraiser that officials said broke school rules. → Read More

Country Meadows announces new CEO

Meredith Mills, former Country Meadows chief operating officer and granddaughter of founders George and Mary Jane Leader, succeeds Mike Leader in the role → Read More

Spring Township zoners reviewing plans for 30-unit apartment complex

Developers are seeking zoning relief to build the apartments in the office/business zoning district. → Read More

Mount Penn officials approve 21% tax increase

The 2023 budget includes a 3-mill increase, raising the tax bill of a property valued at $100,000 by $300 → Read More

Reading nonprofit brings holiday cheer, Christmas tunes to Penn Street

Barrio Alegria held a holiday window concert Friday afternoon outside BCTV headquarters on Penn Street → Read More

Maidencreek officials question traffic study for proposed Route 222 warehouse

The discussion comes during a hearing on granting conditional use approval to plans for the 930,000-square-foot fulfillment center. → Read More

Berks coroner called to house fire in Reading

The fire was in the 200 block of Kenhorst Boulevard. → Read More

Berks native designs record-breaking race cars at custom shop in North Carolina

In his role as the Garage Shop’s design engineer, Dylan Godinez, 22, helped design the parts for a vintage Ford Roadster that drives over 200 mph. → Read More

Schuylkill Haven School District reports lower than expected budget deficit

District officials also discussed the 2023-24 state maximum tax increase and hiring a part-time school psychologist. → Read More

Alvernia University to relocate its nursing program to downtown Reading

The university will move its largest program from main campus to the John and Karen Arnold School of Nursing. → Read More

Twin Valley officials approve tax exemption zone for industrial park project

The approval is an initial step toward the construction of 5.5 million square feet of warehouse space between Routes 10 and 176 in New Morgan borough → Read More

3 more taken into custody for involvement in a multimillion dollar-drug ring in Berks, Montgomery

Twenty of the 27 charged have been arrested. → Read More