The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is in headlines now for the state's Pornogate e-mail scandal, but it's got a fairly sordid history of scandal, according to The Pennsylvania Independent.
The restaurant had pledged 10 percent of its sales next Wednesday night (Oct. 29) to help Pottsgrove music students.
"The Blue Plate Specials, a well-known Philadelphia area blues band, performs next Saturday at the State Theatre in Boyertown. Tickets are available now.
If you want a real estate bargain, you might find it waiting on the repository list of the Montgomery County Tax Claim Bureau. But even the county treasurer warns "Buyers, beware!"
You might spend more for the pleasure of having your garbage picked up in Lower Pottsgrove during 2015, but you'll likely get only one bill, not two. You'll have a tad more time to pay, too.
Members of the ChesMont Astronomical Society are due to hear about adventures of photographing the great beyond.
If you long to see a grand fireworks display return to Pottstown for Independence Day 2015, consider supporting a Nov. 2 fund-raiser at Lily's Grill downtown.
The rummage sale, flea market and bake sale conducted at Congregation Hesed Shel Emet in Pottstown is more than 50 years old. Who knows what you'll find there this year?
Long-time Pottsgrove High School football volunteer Steve Mixon, whose body was discovered last week, will be honored with a memorial service Saturday.
Chloe Klaus isn't sitting around as student representative to Pottsgrove's Board of School Directors. She surveyed classmates and reported back on their often strong opinions.
Lower Pottsgrove in years past has varied amounts it contributed annually to three local non-profits. That's likely to change under the 2015 budget; they'll all get the same-sized sum.
Its interactive events and demonstrations intend to show how 18th Century residents of Pottstown would have lived and worked.
The 290-foot bridge in Collegeville was closed for safety reasons during 2013. It will take about 20 months and $7.7 million to demolish and replace the old structure.
Faculty member Mark Agnew welcomes public participation there, and created a short video about being prepared to donate blood.
We all could learn a lot from 5th graders at Lower Pottsgrove Elementary School. Their essays prove they're more than just smart; they're down-to-earth.
Small, instructor-led reading groups are helping young Pottsgrove School District students, teachers told the Board of School Directors.