Jeremy Long, The Reading Eagle

Jeremy Long

The Reading Eagle

Annville, PA, United States

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Past articles by Jeremy:

Accident closes Route 222 in Maidencreek Township

2 people were reported entrapped; tractor-trailer and passenger cars involved → Read More

Reading passes a $95 million 2022 budget with no tax increase

Reading passed a $95 million 2022 budget with no tax increase by a 6-1 vote but not before a heated discussion during the committee of the whole meeting. → Read More

Reading will now require dumpsters to be fenced in.

Reading City Council updated its dumpster and tote ordinance that will now require all trash receptacles to be fenced in and permitted on a annual basis. → Read More

A clothing distribution center might come to downtown Reading

Reading's Managing Director Abe Amoros told City Council a new clothing distribution center may come to the city and created 100 to 120 jobs. → Read More

Reading wants public input on how to spend American Rescue Plan money

The city is looking for public input on how to spend some of the $61 million it will receive from the American Rescue Plan. → Read More

Reading settles with residents who sued over a recycling fee

Reading City Council agreed to a more than $3 million settlement with five residents that sued the city over its recycling fee in 2014. → Read More

Operation Holiday: Family remains optimistic despite a difficult couple of years

The family remains optimistic despite periods of unemployment and a severe work-related accident. → Read More

Reading wants to reopen its greenhouse

Reading hopes to reopen its greenhouse in City Park that has been shuttered since 2018. → Read More

Man killed during 30-mile police pursuit in Berks identified

Officials have identified the man who was fatally injured after he crashed while leading police on a 30-mile chase. → Read More

Berks County district attorney donates forfeited drug money to Reading library

The Berks County District Attorney gave the Reading Public Library money to upgrade security cameras at four of the city’s libraries. → Read More

Police respond to after-school melee outside Reading High

Reading Police were called to the high school around dismisslal to break up several fights. Three officers were assaulted while trying to disperse the crowd and three juveniles were arrested. → Read More

Reading residents’ trash bills going up $60 next year

Reading City Council approved a 5-year contract with Republic Services, and homeowners will see their bills increase by $60 a year. → Read More

Reading officials say a new hotel may be coming to downtown

A new hotel may be coming to downtown Reading, a revelation that was made during a heated exchange at Monday’s City Council meeting. → Read More

Berks school collects coats for Reading homeless shelter

A Muhlenberg Township Catholic school collected coats for a homeless shelter in Reading. → Read More

Reading School Board welcomes new members and picks new president

The Reading School Board selected Dr. Noahleen Betts as its new president. → Read More

Community gathers to celebrate Hanukkah in Berks

Dozens gathered to celebrate the 4th night of Hanukkah. → Read More

Reading wants to adjust its downtown public-private partnership

The public-private partnership was supposed to focus on the downtown's economic revitalization, a function the Downtown Improvement District was not performing. → Read More

Police and medical crews respond to shooting in northwest Reading

One man was shot multiple times, possibly six. → Read More

Reading Fire Department is understaffed and looking to change that soon

Reading Fire Chief William Stoudt Jr. is hoping to expand the ranks of the chronically understaffed department by securing a federal grant. → Read More

How will Reading redraw its City Council districts?

Nine people on Reading’s redistricting commission have been tasked to ensure the city’s six council districts are equally represented. → Read More