With video. Guitarist and singer Jeremy Simon played last Saturday at Proximity Cafe in Pottstown. A video recording of part of the show was posted Tuesday on YouTube.
The state Department of Education has a new website to collect public comment on what it proposes to have the Pottsgrove School District, and other districts statewide, teach students in several subjects.
Kurt Zwikl, executive director of the Schuylkill River Heritage Area since 2003, will retire in June. An e-mail Thursday said the search for his successor had begun.
Fans of The Speaker's House property in Trappe PA will conduct their annual meeting, and show off recently unearthed artifacts, on Nov. 16 in Collegeville.
Training sessions begin in early November, and matches will get under way in January. Walk-in registrations are being held though Nov. 8 at selected area locations.
Pottsgrove High senior Wendy Ni will look for your dollars-and-cents votes during the next eight months to help support the return of fireworks for Pottstown's Independence Day events.
The man, armed with a handgun, took undisclosed items Wednesday at 7:23 p.m. from the Dollar General on North Charlotte Street. He got away; no one was injured. Investigations continue.
Her guided activities workshop during the afternoon of Nov. 3 at Ursinus College will be followed by an hour-long reading later that night.
With work on U.S. Route 422's two Schuylkill River bridges near Armand Hammer Boulevard about half-done, PennDOT contractors are set next Monday to begin work on replacing two others.
The incident occurred Monday evening at the Dollar General store on North Charlotte Street, Lower Pottsgrove police charged.
On today's Food Page: Baked Spaghetti and Mozzarella Pie (video), baked stuffed potatoes, Savory Sausage Stuffing, Green Chili Canes, Fettuccine Pumpkin Alfredo, Monster Mash Mudslide.
The annual Halloween-themed march down East Main Street in Collegeville begins at 6:30 p.m. and is open to the public. You can even join the marchers; no charge!
Individuals named to more than 160 Pottsgrove School District positions will receive a total of more than $276,000 for their extracurricular work during the 2014-2015 academic year.
The amount the Pottsgrove School District pays each year to cover pension expenses could climb 25 percent annually though 2018. Its board approved an extra payment to manage the costs.
A contemporary translation of Euripedes' Greek tragedy about betrayal and vengeance will be staged in Collegeville from Wednesday through Saturday.
The revenue it will receive from donor designations is small, the Schuylkill Canal Association said, but it adds up over time.