Michelle N. Lynch, PottstownMercury

Michelle N. Lynch

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Reading, PA, United States

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  • PottstownMercury
  • The Reading Eagle
  • The Reporter
  • Daily Local News
  • The Times Herald

Past articles by Michelle:

Parking meter enforcement for evening Santander venue events discontinued

Vehicles parked legally on the street outside the posted meter hours will not be ticketed. → Read More

Fasnachts were more than sweet treats in past centuries

The deep-fried doughnuts are requisite eating on Shrove Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday, in Berks and surrounding counties. → Read More

Berks animal shelter receives windfall in memory of Betty White

More than $28,600 was donated to the Animal Rescue League of Berks County as part of the #BettyWhiteChallenge → Read More

Many in Berks County were surprised by the flooding 15 years ago

On June 28, 2006, the worst flooding since Agnes occurred. → Read More

United Way of Berks County announces more grants funded by philanthropist's $10 million gift

Mary’s Shelter, Berks Latino Workforce Development Corporation and Berks County Mediation Prevention Project receive grants. → Read More

Dog rescued from dry well in Berks County

The Dalmatian fell about 10 feet into the old well. → Read More

Reading must improve stadium or risk losing Fightin Phils, officials say

The Professional Baseball Agreement, which effectively binds the Minor and Major leagues, revised standards for Minor League facilities that could cost the city up to $15 million if it wants → Read More

Humans and dogs bundle up for Dogs & Brews at the Reading Public Museum

The eighth annual dog-friendly event benefited the museum’s educational exhibits and programs and the Animal Rescue League of Berks County. → Read More

These are the Memorial Day weekend observations in Berks County

A variety of events are scheduled to celebrate the holiday. → Read More

Exeter Community Library to hold reopening event May 29

The new StoryWalk trail will be introduced at Saturday's event. → Read More

United Way of Berks teams to give young adults a career boost

Applications are being accepted for eligible adults, ages 18 through 24. → Read More

Kutztown man charged with sexually assaulting child

Paul William Herman is being held in the Berks County Prison. → Read More

Boyertown Ambulance celebrates 80 years of community service

The Boyertown Community Ambulance Service celebrated 80 years of service Saturday with renewal of commitment to the community. → Read More

A Myerstown man wanted in Berks County is in custody after a multi-county crime spree, state police say

Troopers apprehended Jesse D. Brubaker, 29, on Friday. He faces multiple charges, including theft, drug possession and flight to avoid apprehension, from jurisdictions in several counties. → Read More

Amity fire police close 1100 block of Weavertown Road due to accident

Amity Township fire police have closed a section of Weavertown Road in the vicinity of Daniel Boone Road due to a motor vehicle accident. The accident occurred about 3:30 in the 1100 block of Weavertown Road. This is a developing story. Further information was not immediately available. → Read More

Relay For Life of Daniel Boone holds virtual and in-person event to fight cancer

The event kicked off with a car parade. Other activities included a prize raffle, survivor virtual lap and haircuts to benefit pediatric cancer patients. → Read More

Free shredding event in Reading draws more than 100 vehicles

The event, sponsored by state Sen. Judy Schwank, was aimed at helping constituents avoid consumer fraud and identity theft. → Read More

Crews have responded to reports of a stabbing in Reading

Details of the incident were not immediately available. → Read More

Pa. warns of unhealthy air pollution levels for Berks and 7 other counties

Young children, the elderly, and those with respiratory problems should limit outdoor activities. → Read More

Albright College senior will work with Jewish refugees as an AmeriCorps volunteer

Albright College senior Evan Cardinal of Lower Alsace Township plans more than a year of volunteer service with Americorps before beginning graduate studies at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. → Read More