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Tuesday’s Headlines In The Sanatoga Post

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Earlier:

  • Time Grows Short For Tax Installments
    If you want to pay your Pottsgrove School District taxes on an installment plan, rather than all at once, you’re facing a Saturday deadline.
  • Plan Alternate To North Pleasant View Road
    Lower Pottsgrove reminds residents a portion of North Pleasant View Road will be closed for at least Monday and Tuesday, and possibly longer.
  • Events Scheduled This Week On The Post Calendar
    Meetings, activities, and events happening this week, as submitted to The Post calendar.
  • Happening Next Week In Regional Recreation
    Enjoyable activities across greater Pottstown have been announced for the coming week by the Pottstown Area Regional Recreation Committee.
  • Celebrate 200 Years Of History With Pottstown
    The borough’s August edition of its Bicentennial Community Days events this Saturday includes a rock band, kids activities, the annual Rotary Duck Race, and a beer garden.
  • Soldier With Pottstown Family Ends Basic
    Three family members of this U.S. Army private live in Pottstown. He’s completed training in South Carolina.
  • Consider Contractors For Some Business Help
    Using independent contractors may provide help to get your small business over manpower hurdles and raise profits. Be aware of rules for them, though.
  • Sanatoga Postal Unit Depends On USPS
    How the community used postal services inside Sanatoga Thriftway may in part determine if it merits a replacement. Until that decision, plan to travel farther for postal help.
  • See Something? Say Something! But Not On FB
    Facebook is a social media platform that’s perfect for helping friends, family members and neighbors get connected. For alerting Lower Pottsgrove police, though, it’s not so hot.
  • Firefighters Plan Miller Memorial Sunday
    The ceremony will begin at 11:30 with a procession of equipment to Ringing Hill, followed by a service from noon to 3 p.m., and then a reception.
  • Pottstown Save-A-Lot Market Opens Thursday
    The borough’s newest supermarket will unlock its doors next week with what its management promotes as a “focused selection” of food items sold at discounted prices.
  • Weekend Stuff To Do On The Post Calendar
    Get your history at the Goshenhoppen Folk Festival (Perkiomenville) or Living History Sunday (Pottstown). See hot cars in Spring City and Collegeville, and firefighting equipment in Oaks. Give blood in Royersford.
  • Nothing But Fun At Royersford’s NNO
    The Royersford edition of Tuesday’s National Night Out observance was packed with people, vendors, free food, entertainment, and more fun than you could shake a stick at!
  • Editor’s Selections Friday In The Post
    Stowe man returned to jail for DUI charge; Mold problem addressed at Pottsgrove’s Ringing Rocks Elementary School; Upper Pottsgrove park wins grant contest; Fecera project faces zoning hearing.
  • Pottsgrove Warns Of Poor PSSA Scores Ahead
    Early PSSA test results indicate Pottsgrove students fared far more poorly than in the past. They’re not alone: test changes had the same effect statewide.
  • Sanatoga’s Thriftway Market Closing Doors
    A retail grocery fixture in Lower Pottsgrove for 18 years, the Sanatoga Thriftway supermarket, will close within a week, its owners confirmed Wednesday.
  • Is A New Rita’s Ice Headed Here?
    There are no plans yet, no commitments, not even a specific address. But there is a generalized location for a proposed Rita’s Italian Ice: North Charlotte Street at School Lane.
  • Pope 35 Miles Away, But We’ll Feel His Impact
    Lower Pottsgrove police and others in western Montgomery County are preparing to deal with local effects of September’s papal visit. Guests will take lodging here and travel to Philly for its events.
  • Two Locals Charged In DE Car Theft
    Two men, one of Lower Pottsgrove and the second from Pottstown, face several charges locally connected to an alleged vehicle theft Thursday in Delaware, where fugitive warrants also were issued.

Joe Zlomek, Managing Editor

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