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Published during the week just ended in The Sanatoga Post:

Saturday, April 25

Friday, April 24

Thursday, April 23

  • Worried THP Owners Look For Help
    At Coddington View, which lies within the Pottsgrove School District, and at other TH Properties’ developments, current and would-be home owners air concerns about the builder’s abrupt closing.
  • Worthwhile, Maybe Not Exciting, Reading
    Volume 1, Issue 1 of the Lower Pottsgrove Township Authority News has been published. Your free copy’s waiting.
  • Stuff To Do This Weekend
    Friday: three – count ’em, three – student plays and musicals. Saturday: sheep-shearing, environmental education, and kids fun activities. And Sunday: for your health, fresh produce and a leisurely walk. Get going!
  • Pottsgrove Falcons Sports for April 23, 2009
    Who’s playing what, when, and where in the Pottsgrove School District.

Wednesday, April 22

  • Builder THP Suspends Operations
    The new-home builder with projects in Pottstown, Royersford, and just north of Lower Pottsgrove has stopped work and hopes to financially restructure.
  • Drums Echoed Through High School
    Pottsgrove High was the venue Saturday for world-class drummers and percussionists, as the state chapter of the Percussive Arts Society brought its annual event to Lower Pottsgrove.
  • Planners Accept Oxy Lot Change
    Lower Pottsgrove’s planning commission OKs a two-acre change in lot lines requested by neighbors in the township heavy industrial district.
  • PMMC Installs Digital Mammography
    A new machine in the hospital’s imaging department creates sharper images faster.
  • Park Teaches Basic Fishin’
    Admit it: goin’ fishing always sounded like it could be fun. But bating hooks? Handling worms? It’s not bad (really), and a park program next week will prove it.
  • Pottsgrove Falcons Sports for April 22, 2009
    Who’s playing what, when, and where in the Pottsgrove School District.

Tuesday, April 21

Monday, April 20

  • What They Sold For
    A weekly review of top prices paid for homes in Lower Pottsgrove and surrounding communities.
  • Caps Were All The Rage
    Fashion statements in baseball? Several were made Saturday as the Pottsgrove Little League took to the fields at Sanatoga’s Gerald Richards Park.
  • Notebook Worthy
    It really can be who you know that counts. The bathrooms can count most. The school district is rewarded when bidders count more than expected. And farewell to a man on whom our area often counted.
  • Schwenksville Visitors Enjoy The Rural Life
    The simple things in life matter most during a Saturday event at one of Montgomery County’s historic parks.
  • Dogs, Owners Revel In Bark For Life
    It was woof, woof, ca-ching, ca-ching for the American Cancer Society, as its third annual pet-based local fund-raiser circled Sanatoga’s Sunnybrook Ballroom.
  • Pottsgrove Falcons Sports for April 20, 2009
    Who’s playing what, when, and where in the Pottsgrove School District.

Sunday, April 19

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