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Tuesday’s Headlines In The Sanatoga Post

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Tuesday’s Headlines In The Sanatoga Post

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Sanatoga ‘Meals On Wheels’ Seeks Volunteer Drivers

Licensed, insured drivers with their own vehicles are needed by Family Services to deliver meals for the home-bound from its office on East High Street in Sanatoga. Can you help?

Limerick Cub Scouts Schedule Flag Retirement Ceremony

The Cubs will honor Old Glory by properly retiring flags they've collected throughout the year, in a Sept. 11 event at St. James UCC Church on South Limerick Road.

Personal, Societal Issues Topics Of Fellowship Talks

Professional counselors will offer discussions on three consecutive Mondays in Downingtown PA, intended to help those grieving, seeking purpose in life, or wanting contentment. They're free.

Sanatoga K-Mart Closed, Locked Its Doors Sunday

The department store officially ends a 40-year reign at the East High Street location.

What Makes Local Brews Taste Different? Chemistry!

All beers are not the same. Samples of brews from Pottstown, Downingtown, and Philly each have distinctive tastes. The reason, a scientist says, is the chemical mix within each mug.

Local Buses Still On Casino Runs, To Fewer Places

By mid-September four of 12 Atlantic City NJ casinos, to which local tour operators make daily bus runs, will have closed. Two casinos shut their doors during the Labor Day weekend.

#PottsgrovePride Grows On Pennypacker’s Field

People who have been touched by Pottsgrove Football Coach Rick Pennypacker tried to return the favor Friday night with the dedication of its stadium field.

Prevailing Wage Law Costs School Districts Extra

School district construction projects in Pennsylvania that cost more than $25,000 must be paid for at higher wage rates. One politician calls it an example of overspending.

Most PA Residents Eat Salt They Don’t Know About

Eighty percent of salt consumed daily by Pennsylvanians is added to food before it ever reaches their plates. Here's how to combat a growing health threat.

New Softball Structures, Stages Coming To Lower

Lower Pottsgrove Elementary School will have its softball field backstops and bleachers replaced, and will add portable staging to its gym, under purchases approved by the school board.

Plan To Arrive Early For Pennypacker Field Naming

Going to tonight's Pottsgrove football game and, before that, the official naming of Coach Rick Pennypacker Field? Smart fans will arrive early for parking and good seats.

Cheap Entertainment: $1 Fishing Labor Day In PA

You can buy a fishing license, good only on Labor Day, for just $1 from vendors in Pottstown, Sanatoga, Limerick and Collegeville, the state Fish and Boat Commission said.

Fly, Or Just Drive, Into Limerick For Your Breakfast

The 60th annual Pottstown Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association fly-in breakfast is scheduled Sept. 7 at Heritage Field in Limerick. It's a feast for both eyes and stomach.

Drive Sober Or Be Pulled Over, PennDOT Warns

State police, DUI task force members, and several Montgomery County police departments will actively look for impaired drivers during the Labor Day holiday.

Free Shredding Offered Sept. 6 At Limerick Offices

State Rep. Mark Painter will host free shredding of unwanted personal documents Sept. 6 at the Limerick Township municipal building.

Magazine Features Boyertown, Phoenixville Ciders

Frecon Cidery in Boyertown and Blue Marble Beverages in Phoenixville, both producers of hard cider beverages, are featured in an online article published by Main Line Today magazine.

Township Looks Again At Parks’ Drainage Problems

Lower Pottsgrove's Parks and Recreation Board and engineer Bursich Associates are looking for solutions to storm water drainage problems at the township's two largest and most used parks.