- Police Reportedly Look For ‘Suspects’ In Video
The Facebook page called Crime In Pottstown posted video Saturday that purports to show individuals entering an unlocked car in the early morning. Upper Pottsgrove police are said to be investigating.
- Colleges Announce Area Scholars’ Achievements
Fifty-one area residents have been honored for their academic achievements, as reported this week by their respective colleges and universities.
- Seniors Catch Insurance Break With Courses
Drivers age 55 and older can earn a discount on their car insurance premiums with courses being offered during January and March in Royersford.
- Farm Show Opens Its 100th Year Jan. 9
The Pennsylvania Farm Show, which annually attracts agricultural competitors from across Montgomery County, opens Jan. 9-16 in Harrisburg PA for its centennial year.
- Montgomery County’s Latest Emergency Dispatches
Did you just hear a siren? It could be the police, emergency medical service personnel, or fire companies being dispatched by Montgomery County’s Department of Public Safety. See its incident list here in real time.
- Ahead On The Calendar
Local events by the day, week or month. Got one to add? E-mail The Post.
- AccuWeather News And Tomorrow’s Forecast
A look at what tomorrow will be like, provided by AccuWeather.
- Pottsgrove Students’ Course Planning Feb. 4
If you’re in grade 8 or higher in the Pottsgrove School District, you’ll want to mark your calendar for Feb. 4 to learn more about its advanced placement, dual enrollment, and STEAM course offerings.
- 2016 Best Wishes From The Posts!
Managing Editor Joe Zlomek wishes readers of, tipsters and contributors to, and advertisers in The Post Publications best wishes for a happy, peaceful and prosperous 2016!
- Inspired To Become A Teacher? Look Here
Montgomery County Community College, a place that knows something about the business of education, wants to talk to aspiring teachers … and maybe offer some guidance.
- Food Handling Safety Courses Set For January
If you’re making a career change during 2016 to a position in the food service industry, Montgomery County Cooperative Extensions is offering a food safety course that may interest you.
- Editor’s Selections Friday In The Post
Pottstown’s polar plunge planned despite rains; Area residents voice their New Year hopes; Pottstown YMCA offers free cancer survivor fitness class; Big PA Turnpike changes ahead.
- 422 Drivers Warned Of Road Rage Incident
Police issued a warning Wednesday on their Facebook page, alerting U.S. Route 422 drivers of a road rage incident that occurred on the highway in nearby Exeter earlier this week.
- New Year’s Eve Bingo Returns To Ringing Hill
Some people kiss, some hug. Some shout Bingo! and smile. That’s a New Year’s Eve tradition at the Ringing Hill Fire Company. Its Bingo game tonight at 6:30 welcomes the public.
- Eat Better, Feel Healthier During 2016
“Dining With Diabetes” classes have been scheduled by the Penn State Extension Program in coming weeks at locations in Pottstown, Limerick, Spring City, and Schwenksville. Sign up now.
- An Owl Is On The Prowl In MontCo Park
Young children and their families can learn more about one of Pennsylvania’s largest owl, the Great Horned Owl, during a Jan. 10 program at Norristown Farm Park in East Norriton. And guess what guest will be there live?
- Landis Market Workers Ready Thriftway Shell
Contractors and other workers are busy inside the former Sanatoga Thriftway, which early next year is set to become the fifth store operated by Landis Supermarket Inc.
- After 2016 Arrives, Do Donuts In Sanatoga
Lower Pottsgrove’s Bill Parker will open his Paradise Donuts franchise on East High Street extra early (gasp!, at 1 a.m.) New Year’s Day. He apparently sees sweet dough in your future.
- Police Seek Help In Finding Two Local Dogs
The golden retrievers went missing from a Bahr Road, Lower Pottsgrove, address, township police reported Tuesday. One reportedly was struck by a car before running off.
- Winners Named In Holiday Home Contest
Four Pottstown homes, handsomely decorated for the winter holidays, have been named winners of the borough’s first annual Holiday Home Decorating Contest.
- Editor’s Selections Wednesday In The Post
Pottstown convenience store clerks stop a robbery; Stabbing in borough labeled self-defense; Dr. John Lupas, who died Saturday, fondly remembered; Bruce Castor bids county government farewell.
Joe Zlomek, Managing Editor
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