Pottsgrove High School teachers were caught Friday in what a well-known school photographer claimed was less than finest fashion.
One of Lower Pottsgrove's 2015 township budget line items, a $10,500 allocation for computers, says it will cover the cost of purchasing iPad tablets.
With 10 photos. The 18th officer to join the ranks Thursday of the Lower Pottsgrove Police Department is Montgomery County resident Scott Michael Burnick.
With video and 14 photos. 'The Rhythms of Christmas," as played Wednesday night by the Pottsgrove High School Concert Band, seemed to put its audience right into a seasonal mood.
Lower Pottsgrove commissioners will conduct their 2014 close-out meeting tonight, and are expected to approve a 2015 general fund budget of $5.75 million with no increase in property taxes.
With Video. At Wednesday's Pottsgrove Concert Band performance neither its director or the high school principal felt their finest, but the musicians' efforts were enjoyed by an appreciative audience.
Sanatoga Magisterial District Justice Edward C. Kropp Sr. has disqualified himself from conducting a hearing for Donna M. Krupp. He did not say why.
With 16 photos. It's aggressively looking to enroll 9th- and 10th-grade students next year from the Pottsgrove, Spring-Ford Area and Upper Perkiomen school districts.
Dog licenses must be purchased or renewed for your pet by Jan. 1. A Montgomery County annual license costs $8.50.
Seven different fitness regimens will be offered on dates beginning through January. The YWCA Tri-County Area offers deals on most of them.
With 2 videos and 24 photos. It was two gifts in one Monday: Pottsgrove's Advanced Elementary Orchestra and Band played separate concerts for the same appreciative audience.
Children who witnessed last week's terrifying Sanatoga house fire could use comfort as much as the affected Morris family, police officials reasoned. It arrived Saturday, dressed as Santa.
A Pottstown man faces several charges now that Lower Pottsgrove police have finished their investigation of a November accident on U.S. Route 422.
Five Pottstown area residents will receive degrees today from Alvernia University in Reading. Four others have been lauded for a variety of academic achievements.