- Juvenile Pair Crashes During Police Chase
Two 17-year-olds are in custody after they led Lower Pottsgrove police on a speedy chase Monday on Evergreen and Rupert roads in what was alleged to be a stolen car.
- New Rules Proposed For Township Meetings
A proposal offered by Commissioner Ray Lopez would attempt to bring more order to Lower Pottsgrove government meetings, he said.
- Swavely Named Liaison To Fire Companies
Lower Pottsgrove commissioners have named their colleague, Earl Swavely, to serve as the board’s liaison to the township’s two fire companies.
- Reception Honors Local Military Advocate
A local woman who leads the “A Hero’s Welcome” organization that greets veterans retuning home from military service will be honored Thursday at Freedoms Foundation in Valley Forge.
- Wrestlers Competed Saturday At Pottsgrove
Among those at the matches representing Pottsgrove schools was Mason Richards. See a video of one of his wins.
- Douglassville Man Earns Company Award
A Douglassville man has won company honors for his pool renovation expertise.
- 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 Plans More Record-Purging Expense
House-cleaning of former student and employee records will cost more to finish than originally anticipated in the Pottsgrove School District.
- In Just 10 Seconds: Dead Battery Blues
Cupid’s arrows were frozen Sunday (Valentine’s Day) by bone-numbing cold temperatures. In some cases, Cupid’s wheels weren’t functioning either. Got battery jumper cables in your trunk?
- Ice Delays Pottsgrove, Pottstown, Spring-Ford
Schools delayed opening today (Tuesday, Feb. 16) by two hours due to icy road conditions.
- Yes, You Can Raise Kids To Excel, Thrive
Parenting isn’t an easy job, but there are ways to prepare children for a future in which they thrive, not just “get by.” Learn them from an expert, author Dr. Ken Ginsburg, on Thursday.
- Pottsgrove Dumps Its Paper For BoardDocs
An online, paperless delivery system for agendas, studies and other documents to be used by the Pottsgrove Board of School Directors can save money and increase transparency, its members say.
- Police Investigate Thefts From Day Care Cars
If you’re a parent dropping children off at local day care centers, be extra vigilant, Lower Pottsgrove’s police chief warned. Thieves may be looking to steal your valuables.
- In Just 10 Seconds: Chilled, But Happy
Despite worse-than-frigid temperatures, a mother-daughter duo distributed sweet treats Saturday morning to conclude a Ringing Rocks Elementary School PTA fund-raiser.
- Events Scheduled This Week On The Post Calendar
Meetings, activities, and events happening this week, as submitted to The Post calendar.
- 422 East Shoulder Closures Start Monday
As PennDOT prepares to install new bridges on U.S. Route 422 near Valley Forge PA, it will clean brush and trees from the roadside. The work will cause some shoulder closures on 422 eastbound.
- Township Report: 2015 Safe Year In Firefighting
Structural damage in fires fought by Lower Pottsgrove’s two volunteer companies was contained during 2015 to about $88,000. That’s many times lower than losses during 2014, the township fire marshal reported.
- In Just 10 Seconds: Hat Boxes On Parade
Until women opened these vintage packages, the nature of the fashion statement inside was a surprise. For some, the name of the retailer on the outside of a hatbox was more impressive than what it carried.
- Township Sets Hearing For Flood Law Changes
Lower Pottsgrove estimates a couple of hundred township property owners could be affected by required changes to its floodplain law. A public hearing on it is scheduled for Feb. 18.
- Ringing Hill Schedules Designer Bag Bingo
The 2016 edition of the Ringing Hill Fire Company Auxiliary’s annual Designer Bag Bingo games has been scheduled for March 13.
- Police Report Arrest In Circle K Robbery
Pottstown police arrested a suspect Friday who they claim was responsible for robbing the Circle K convenience store on Manatawny Street last December.
Joe Zlomek, Managing Editor
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