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Lebanon, PA, United States

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Past articles by Brad:

R-V Industries expands in Honey Brook

HONEY BROOK — R-V Industries Inc. recently purchased a 44,000-square-foot building that company officials say will allow the Honey Brook, Chester County company to expand. → Read More

Last call for First Draft [Column]

I've often said that I went to Penn State to do two things: get a journalism degree and drink beer. For several years, I did them both professionally for the → Read More

R-V Industries in Honey Brook expands

Honey Brook, Chester County-based R-V Industries Inc. recently purchased a 44,000-square-foot building that company officials say will allow the company to expand. → Read More

New restaurant, Grind, serving 'fresh, never frozen' food in Boyertown

Keith Kopicki has been working in the restaurant industry for over a decade, but he’s not necessarily a chef. He’s also never owned a restaurant. → Read More

Reading Soda Works expands homebrew supply section [First Draft]

Reading Soda Works and Carbonic Supply Inc. is well known locally for its craft sodas → Read More

The Tomcat Cafe in Sinking Spring up for sale, owners say time for change

The Tomcat Cafe, a popular breakfast spot in Sinking Spring, is up for sale. → Read More

Reading's Oakbrook Brewing to revive Deppen beer brand [First Draft]

Reading's Oakbrook Brewing Co. is reviving a historic local beer brand. → Read More

New hotel to be built in Wyomissing

Preliminary site work has begun for a new hotel in Wyomissing. → Read More

At Franklyn's Breakfast, Burgers and Shakes in Reading, the customers come first

Restaurant owner Franklyn Fleming is all about the people. → Read More

Kitchen at Barley Mow in West Reading now open

The menu features several items that are inspired by pub food. → Read More

New brewery could provide latest jolt to downtown Pottstown [First Draft]

J.J. Ratigan is set to open on the ground floor of the historic building that houses Splitting Edge Axe Throwing. → Read More

New winery comes to Hamburg

When thinking about the types of drinks that are enjoyed by Irishmen, wine doesn't usually come to mind. → Read More

Saucony Creek Brewing Co. right at home in Reading [First Draft]

Despite the doubters, ownership has no regrets about its new location, and has gotten actively involved in neighborhood improvements. → Read More

Lidl store to fill long-vacant spot in Sinking Spring

The German bargain-grocery chain plans to open in the former Food Lion space along Penn Avenue → Read More

New barbecue restaurant coming to Reading inside Reverb nightclub

The BBQ Bully will have a grand opening on Sunday. → Read More

Ax-throwing lanes at The Works set to open

Known as Whoopin' Axe, the new section has eight ax-throwing lanes and a bar → Read More

Community wellness center to open in Reading

The facility will offer a variety of health services and counseling. → Read More

Crowds invited to come for the food, stay for the culture at Jewish festival in Wyomissing

The annual event at Reform Congregation Oheb Sholom aims to educate as well as fill bellies. → Read More

Tricks or treats: the best and worst of Halloween candy creates definitive lists. → Read More

Deadline nears for Farm Show beer competition [First Draft]

It is open to any Pennsylvania limited brewery with a licensed professional brewer 21 years of age or older. → Read More