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Wednesday’s Headlines In The Sanatoga Post

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Wednesday’s Headlines In The Sanatoga Post

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Police Make Drug Arrest During Search For Woman

Lower Pottsgrove and Pottstown police were jointly involved in the Monday night arrest on Industrial Highway of a borough man who was allegedly carrying a small jar of narcotics.

Social Media Profile Adviser Speaks Tonight

Josh Ochs, who helps students and parents understand how colleges assess the social media profiles of potential applicants, speaks today and tonight to Pottsgrove audiences.

‘Grove Initial Budget Shortfall Estimated $2.5M

The budget is only in its draft stages, though, and is likely to be far more refined in coming months to close the gap between tax revenues and anticipated costs, the school district said.

Editor’s Selections Wednesday In The Post

Merger with Limerick's Victory Bank a no-go; man admits to taking gun from a local home; and Triple-A is getting into the used car business, but you'll have to drive a for a deal.

‘Grove, Pottstown, S-F Districts All Delay Opening

Each of the three delayed the opening of schools Tuesday morning by two hours out of safety concerns. Some meetings were re-scheduled; some events canceled too.

Editor’s Selections Tuesday In The Post

Early Tuesday morning, "what, no Facebook?;" SRT, a new Pottstown ale, celebrates the Schuylkill heritage; and the body in a burning Amity car identified.

Not Much Of A Storm, But This List Was A Keeper

Montgomery County issued, and Lower Pottsgrove police echoed, a list Monday of three phone numbers most residents wanted close by in a storm.

Township Declared Snow Emergency Monday Night

Lower Pottsgrove municipal officials didn't want to take a chance with Monday's anticipated whopper-that-wasn't of a storm. They issued an snow emergency declaration.

Pottsgrove, Township Compromise In Signage Decision

Removing some, keeping some, adding some: a plan for directional signage outside Pottsgrove High School has been approved, although not as initially envisioned.

Pottsgrove Facilities Director Traded Up In Jobs

Pottsgrove's former facilities director has moved on to what he called "a dream job" in Elizabethtown PA. The school board accepted his resignation, and also approved other personnel changes.

Editor’s Selections Monday In The Post

Lower Pottsgrove state senator proposes law to reduce drunk driving; heaviest snow due by Tuesday morning; a body found in burning Amity vehicle; and wireless tablet use by NFL refs.

Events Scheduled This Week On The Post Calendar

Meetings, activities and events happening this week, as submitted to The Post calendar.

Editor’s Selections Sunday In The Post

Objections to housing for veterans on South Street in Pottstown; when a borough water main breaks, who ya' gonna call?; and a new game and changes to old favorites in the lottery.

DUI Summons Issued To King Of Prussia Driver

Lower Pottsgrove police alleged she was driving carelessly under the influence of medication.

Minor Cited For Retail Theft At Redner’s

The incident occurred Wednesday, Lower Pottsgrove police reported.

Editor’s Selections Saturday In The Post

The get-away driver in a 2013 Lower Pottsgrove bank heist is sentenced; the Pottsgroves will help pay for Pottstown's public works building; and a new local tourism campaign.

Trucker, Owner Charges Result From 422 Accident

Two different men, the driver of a tractor-trailer and its owner, have been charged by Lower Pottsgrove police in a one-vehicle, traffic-snarling accident that occurred Jan. 8 on westbound 422.

Township Police Arrest Woman In Alleged Thefts

Lower Pottsgrove police spent six months investigating the alleged theft of funds from three special needs patients. Their care-giver has now been arrested on multiple charges.

Editor’s Selections Friday In The Post

Pottstown and North Coventry men head for state prison in separate convictions; the Valley Forge Casino pulled in more slots revenue; and Wawa rewards mobile app users.

‘Weekend Stuff To Do’ On The Post Calendar

Visit the big motorsports show in Oaks, watch contemporary dance in Pottstown, hum along with junior high musicians in Royersford, and learn about white-tail deer in Green Lane.