November

Vital Signs project goes digital

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Alvernia's O’Pake Institute for Ethics, Leadership and Public Service and the Berks County Community Foundation have unveiled a new Berks Vital Signs Project website offering an inside look into regional community data.

The website's maps, charts, reports and data stories aim to help people better understand the dynamic strengths and issues faced by the local community. The research offers insight into the community’s health, demographics, economy, housing, youth and education.

The website serves as a repository for community research, making important reports and documents available in one location, said David Myers, director of the O’Pake Institute.

> Read more in the Reading Eagle

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