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Published during the week just ended in The Sanatoga Post:

Saturday, May 16

Friday, May 15

Thursday, May 14

Wednesday, May 13

  • School Board Approves Tentative Budget
    The 2009-2010 spending plan locks in a property tax increase of 5.2 percent. But the board’s work isn’t done. It may face new challenges thanks to last-minute proposals to change state education funding.
  • Students Win School Board Acclaim
    The Pottsgrove School District presented sixty-nine certificates Tuesday night to high school students, recognizing outstanding achievements of the past year.
  • High School Touts Tech On Friday
    The Classrooms For The Future program at Pottsgrove High School showcases students’ technology accomplishments beginning Friday at noon. Come see what they’ve done.
  • Met-Ed Customers Endure Outage
    Utility crews were trimming trees Tuesday, and falling limbs accidentally downed a line in Lower Pottsgrove.
  • Pottsgrove Falcons Sports for May 13, 2009
    Who’s playing what, when, and where in the Pottsgrove School District.

Tuesday, May 12

  • Missing Walks Latest Bridge Complaint
    Sidewalks may not be part of the East High Street bridge reconstruction project. That could throw a wrench into plans for Lower Pottsgrove’s Sanatoga Interchange District, being discussed this afternoon.
  • Township Issues Rabies Warning
    Lower Pottsgrove warns that a rabid raccoon was found last week in a residential area. Anyone who may have been scratched or bitten should immediately seek medical care.
  • Mr. Pottsgrove Pageant Returns
    After a four-year absence, a fund-raising pageant for the high school’s males returns to Kauffman Road.
  • Pottsgrove Falcons Sports for May 12, 2009
    Who’s playing what, when, and where in the Pottsgrove School District.

Monday, May 11

Sunday, May 10

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