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Friday’s Headlines In The Sanatoga Post

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Earlier:

  • Township Places Order For Emergency Radios
    Lower Pottsgrove has placed its order for new emergency radios that will work with the upgraded communications system being brought online by Montgomery County at a cost of $29.9 million.
  • Aerial Park Map Now In Township Hands
    A from-high-above view of Gerald Richards Park on Buchert Road has been delivered to Lower Pottsgrove. It’s one of the keys to solving persistent water drainage problems there.
  • Pottsgrove High Opening Delayed To Sept. 14
    Pottsgrove Superintendent Shellie Feola on Wednesday confirmed the district high school will open four days later than its other buildings. Some social media critics considered it inevitable.
  • Editor’s Selections Thursday In The Post
    A local war hero is honored Thursday in Lower Pottsgrove; former owners of Sanatoga Thriftway have filed for bankruptcy; Pottstown man charged in gun sale; dust, dirt frustrates Limerick resident.
  • Expect Word Today On Pottsgrove High Opening
    Pottsgrove School District Superintendent Shellie Feola has promised today’s the day a decision will be issued regarding an opening date at still-being-renovated Pottsgrove High School.
  • Mold Remediation In Progress At Ringing
    Work began last Tuesday to remove mold growth found in the roof deck of Ringing Rocks Elementary School. The project will cost less than expected, and the school should open on time.
  • Pottsgrove Books 2016 Relay At Stadium
    The 2016 edition of the Pottstown Relay for Life to benefit the American Cancer Society will again be held where it’s been for many years: the stadium of Pottsgrove High School.
  • 422 West Closing Overnights For Bridge Project
    Only westbound lanes of U.S. Route 422 will be shut down overnight Tuesday and Thursday of this week at Route 100. Drivers will be detoured north to High Street, then west over High and back to 422.
  • Linfield, Royersford Practice Vehicle Rescue
    Fire-fighters from Linfield and Royersford spent their Monday night hours in practice to someday save victims on the highway.
  • Editor’s Selections Tuesday In The Post
    Area police departments cracked down on aggressive drivers; PennDOT won’t delay papal travel; Former Pottstown merchant wins bail; PSSA test woes hit Pottstown, Spring-Ford too.
  • Local Nurse Earns Diabetes Board Certification
    Debbie Zlomek, a Sanatoga resident and certified diabetes educator for Pottstown Medical Specialists Inc., has earned her board certification in advanced diabetes management.
  • What’s Ahead Locally For Girl’s Soccer?
    PAC-10Sports.com on Monday offered an insider’s view on the prospects for this season’s girls soccer teams in Pottsgrove, Pottstown, Spring-Ford and their seven competitors.
  • Township Finds Police Tour An Eye-Opener
    Lower Pottsgrove officials recently toured the new police department building opened during June in Upper Providence Township. What they saw there gave them building ideas of their own.
  • Pottsgrove Aug. 25 Meeting Now On PCTV
    The Pottstown-based PCTV Network’s video recording of the Pottsgrove Board of School Directors’ Aug. 25 meeting was posted Sunday to YouTube for public viewing.
  • Editor’s Selections Monday In The Post
    Pottstown anticipates traffic problems when pope arrives; PMMC labor contract talks continue; career machinist becomes Pottstown retailer; borough manufacturer fire doused; Avoiding youth sports fraud.
  • Pottstown Schools Await Dawn’s Early Light
    It’s the first day of school, and principals in the Pottstown School District and elsewhere declared they’re ready for a new year of learning.
  • Here’s Your Chance To Kick It Really Far
    Maybe you were the one who always was picked last for the kickball team. Get your revenge for those years of embarrassment. Adult kickball leagues start Sept. 15 in Limerick.
  • In Princeton, A ‘Welcome Back’ To Students
    With 13 photos. Princeton NJ is always a happening place, thanks to the university that bears its name. But during the last weekend in August, as students return, it can be a really rollicking town.
  • Former Ringing Rocks Principal Promoted
    Michelle Bozzini, who served as Ringing Rocks Elementary principal for about 5 years, has been named director of professional learning in the Colonial Intermediate Unit.
  • Clear The Streets; Sweeping Begins Monday
    Street sweepers will be out and about in Pottstown in an organized way beginning Monday and continuing through mid-September.

Joe Zlomek, Managing Editor

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