- March 1 Opening Day For Landis Market
The successor to the former Sanatoga Thriftway supermarket on East High Street will be ready to open to the public in just 12 days. That was big news for Lower Pottsgrove commissioners.
- To The Rescue After Home Burglary
Police officers from Lower Pottsgrove, Pottstown and other departments received commendations Thursday from Chief Michael Foltz for their work during December in a burglary case.
- Old Township Sign Gets New Location
It still shouts “Welcome to Lower Pottsgrove Township,” but in a place where more drivers are likely to receive the message.
- Weekend Stuff To Do On The Post Calendar
Pets and weightlifting expos in Oaks. Art shows in Collegeville, Valley Forge and Blue Bell. Distillery tours in Pottstown. A trail walk in Green Lane. And a Pine Forge Academy choir performance. Tons to do!
- S-F Plans Career Experts’ Presentations
Selected experts will speak during March to Spring-Ford high school students about their professions, education, and career experiences.
- 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.
- Ribbon-Cutting Ahead For New Gatsby’s
An invitation-only ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Gatsby’s Restaurant at Sunnybrook Ballroom in Sanatoga has been scheduled for March 4. The public re-opening won’t be far behind.
- Recycle Old Appliances At Arboretum
Volunteers for Althouse Arboretum will conduct an appliance recycling day Feb. 27 at the Upper Pottsgrove park on Gilbertsville Road. Save the environment, and enjoy a winter walk, too!
- In Just 10 Seconds: Hail To The Chief
- Limerick Township’s new police chief, Brian Skelton, took his oath of office Tuesday to succeed retiring Chief-Emeritus William Albany.
- Cosy Up To The Fire For A Tale Or Two
Storytelling was a great way for 18th Century families to pass the time during long winters. Re-create that homey feeling during a special program Sunday at Daniel Boone Homestead.
- 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.
- 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.
Joe Zlomek, Managing Editor
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