Don't worry: no one's expecting the sky to fall on Lower Pottsgrove. If a hazard or disaster arises, however, the township now has a document that spells out who does what, and when.
Rental housing inspections touted to improve Pottstown's quality of life; digital device use now begins at age 2; illegal firearm sale arrest in Limerick; and volunteers needed to help with papal visit.
Travel with care, and anticipate delays Wednesday and Thursday between the Sanatoga and Armand Hammer Boulevard exits, as PennDOT crews conduct bridge inspections.
Meetings, activities, events and Pottsgrove School District sports happening this week, as submitted to The Post calendar.
Personal finance plays role in Pottsgrove school elections; Violence prevention summit urges adults to engage youth; rising debt in municipal pension plans; Industrial Highway shooting.
High school officials took time Friday to review some basics with juniors and seniors before tonight's prom at the DoubleTree Inn.
Analysis says Wolf tax plan may hit even lowest income families; Pottstown wrestles with school roof repair; Collegeville farm market won't reopen; trooper's family donates breathalysers; and e-cig worries.
Lower Pottsgrove commissioners on Thursday awarded a contract to Bursich Associates to prepare a study that could lead to the future imposition of traffic impact fees paid by developers.
Enjoy your prom, Pottsgrove!, Saturday in King of Prussia; get rid of unwanted medications in Sanatoga; Spring-Ford 5-K Run tonight; Scavenger hunt, YMCA Health Kids in Pottstown Saturday.
Citations issued in deadly December incident on U.S. Route 422; Pottstown police pick up 20 in warrant sweep; a sexting investigation at Owen J. Roberts; and uniform relief at Pottstown schools.
The township police department, as it has in previous years, will participate in the county-wide Drug Take-Back Day. Get rid of unused and unwanted medications conveniently!
The Wednesday afternoon head-on crash occurred on North Charlotte Street between School Lane and Orlando Road.
A state court throws out a lawsuit over Pennsylvania education funding; Need to lose weight? Join a special Pottstown YMCA program free; bike sharing on MontCo trails; and Seinfeld's newest domain.
Their representative to the district Board of School Directors reported they are interested in events that affect their education, and hope to be more involved in decision-making.
It accepted the superintendent's recommendation and named Kathryn Pacitto, who previously worked in Exton, as the district's new supervisor of special education.
A nasty Pottstown crash leaves three injured; Montgomery County launches a bike sharing program; Lyme Disease is a widespread problem in PA; AG Kane hearing moves; and the Folk Festival line-up.
A suspect is now in jail after last week's Lower Pottsgrove police traffic stop, in which an officer was injured as an SUV sped away from the scene and shots were fired at the driver.
This month's meeting of the Lower Pottsgrove Planning Commission, which was scheduled for Monday, was canceled.