Published during the week just ended in The Sanatoga Post:
- Sinuplasty Now Offered At PMMC
Two Sanatoga physicians introduced the technique this month at the hospital.
- High School Re-Schedules Holiday Concert
A wintery mix of weather postponed the show at Pottsgrove High until Monday.
- Virtually In The Same Room
A Sanatoga woman pays a surprise visit to her mother in York PA, but never leaves her home.
- Sanatoga Nursing Home Gets Only 1 of 5 Stars
A federal website unveiled Thursday compares nursing homes nationwide for the first time. The local Genesis HealthCare facility scored among the lowest.
- Township Budget Passed, Library Funding’s Back
The public spoke, Lower Pottsgrove commissioners listened, $30,000 in library funding cuts were restored for 2009.
- ‘The Post’ Joins AP Images
Every image tells a story. The Sanatoga Post joined the world’s largest image archive Thursday to better inform its readers.
- Voices Raised In Holiday Song
Choirs, handbell ringers and the band offered their holiday best Wednesday night at Pottsgrove Middle School. ‘The Post’ offers two photos and an MP3 audio file for you to hear!
- Wednesday’s Videos Promote Tourism
The folks whose job it is to promote Montgomery County as a tourist destination did so Wednesday by posting two videos at YouTube. They make the area look mighty attractive.
- Enjoy High School Holiday Concert Friday
Pottsgrove’s high school band and choirs perform this week for parents and friends. The public is welcome. The choirs are road-tested; just last month they debuted at the United Nations.
- Medicare Plan Deadline Ahead
Prescription drug plans under Medicare Part D can save Lower Pottsgrove senior citizens an average of $1,200 a year. There’s a Dec. 31 deadline, though. A ‘Post’ video.
- What Happened To Tax And Title Fees At Norco?
Troopers are investigating missing payments of tax and title fees owed to the state on cars purchased from a Sanatoga dealership between April and October. No charges have been filed.
- Township Expects Givers’ Pinch
In years past, Lower Pottsgrove could count on up to $3,000 in charitable gifts to the community or its Police Department. No longer.
- Credit Union Staffers Volunteer
A Diamond Credit Union team of nine helps two local non-profits in need.
- Registers Ring In Limerick
South across the highway (U.S. Route 422) and through the former fields of Limerick Township, shoppers ran for and packed the outlets. A ‘Post’ video.
- Santa’s Sanatoga Run
Santa Claus cruised Sunday through Lower Pottsgrove Township, atop a Sanatoga Fire Company engine. A ‘Post’ video.
- What They Sold For
The latest answer to the weekly question, “What’d they pay for that house?,” in Lower Pottsgrove Township.
- ‘The Post’ Week In Review
For Dec. 7-13, 2008