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Wednesday’s Headlines In The Sanatoga Post

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Tell PennDOT About Your Priorities For Its Money

Pennsylvania's transportation department is doing long-range planning, both on how and where to spend future transportation money, and how to improve freight movement. Offer an opinion online.

Pottstown Businesses Launch Saturday Clean-Up Effort

The Pottstown Downtown Improvement District Authority is looking to make the shopping district a cleaner and safer place. It'll start with a clean-up campaign Saturday on Hanover Street.

Pottsgrove High School Names 3rd Quarter Honor Roll

The names of Pottsgrove High students who achieved honor roll-worthy success during the academic year's third quarter were provided Thursday by the Pottsgrove School District.

Pottsgrove MS Announces Its 3Q Honor Roll Students

Pottsgrove Middle School's third quarter honor roll for 2013-2014 is out, with names of hundreds of students who won "distinguished honors" and "honors."

Wednesday’s Headlines In The Sanatoga Post

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Township, Ephrata Police Compare K-Mart Burglaries

There are several similarities between the smash-and-grab jewelry burglary that occurred Thursday at K-Mart in Sanatoga, and one that happened last month in Ephrata.

Talk Turns To Chickens May 10 At Wentz Farmstead

Get advice on how to raise them now, and learn how that compares to the 18th Century, both at the Peter Wentz Farmstead in Worcester.

Pottsgrove High Renovation Tour Offered Wednesday

Principal Dr. Bill Ziegler will answer questions and show you around his Kauffman Road building, to demonstrate why it and students will benefit from major renovations.

Tops, Again! Western Center Seniors Set New Record

After calculating scores on its seniors' competency exams this year, the Western Montgomery Career and Technology Center found they hit an all-time proficiency high.

Volunteers Made Easter World Go Round Last Week

Lower Pottsgrove's successful Easter egg hunt relied on plenty of volunteer assistance.

Alleged Forged Prescription Arrest Made At CVS Store

Police arrested a Pottstown woman at the Lower Pottsgrove pharmacy and charged her on three counts.

Pair Charged With Drug Sales At Randy Drive Site

Lower Pottsgrove police said they arrested two out-of-state residents for drug sales at a Randy Drive location, and credited a neighbor with calling them with a tip about suspicious activity.

K-Mart Burglar Makes Off With Jewelry Case Contents

A burglar's forced entry early Thursday morning into the Sanatoga K-Mart brought police running. The value of stolen merchandise isn't being disclosed. Public help is requested.

With Test Results, Local Police Set Formal Complaint

A Limerick man, arrested after a March 20 auto accident, now faces a criminal complaint after Lower Pottsgrove police received blood alcohol content test results from their laboratory.

Heritage Area Board Gains Five New Directors

They come from varied backgrounds to begin serving 2014 terms on the board of directors of the Schuylkill River Heritage Area in Pottstown.

Looking To First Career, Or New One? Go ‘Wander’

An expert says a 'wandering map' that visually identifies and connects your passions, and the way you've overcome struggles in life, may help you decide on a career path.

Bailey Could Have Told You Yesterday Would Be Cold

A Lower Pottsgrove Elementary School third-grader broadcast the weather scoop Wednesday to listeners of WXTU 92.5 FM radio.

Pottsgrove Grad Reddick Seeks Votes in Song Contest

Jazmin Reddick hopes you'll listen to her sing in a competition video online, and select her to continue on to perform May 3 at the Norristown Arts Hill Festival.

Street Closed For Hours After Tuesday Accident, Arrest

North Charlotte Street in Lower Pottsgrove was closed for several hours Tuesday night while Verizon repaired a telephone pole damaged in an accident. Police made a DUI arrest.

Okinawan Karate Expert Receives 8th-Degree Black Belt

Former U.S. Air Force medic Robert Teller has spent much of his life practicing Okinawan karate. He recently returned to the island to receive his latest black belt.

Ambler Savings In Limerick Hosts Local Food Drive

The community bank is marking both its 140th anniversary and Community Banking Month with a food drive activity that benefits local charitable pantries.