- School Board Tackled Tuesday Workload
Here’s a quick overview of what the Pottsgrove Board of School Directors accomplished during their Tuesday night meeting.
- Proposals May Reduce Boulevard Accidents
Besides pavement markings on Armand Hammer Boulevard at Industrial Highway, a Lower Pottsgrove study makes two more suggestions to increase safety near the boulevard’s U.S. Route 422 interchange.
- Apparatus Responds To LA Fitness Site
First responders in West Pottsgrove were among those who arrived Tuesday at the LA Fitness center in the Upland Square for what Montgomery County dispatchers reported as a gas odor.
- Bird Painting Meets Video By A Pigeon
An eclectic blend of contemporary art pieces, and traditional wildlife paintings from bird specialist John James Audubon, is on display at Ursinus College’s Berman Museum through April 3 in Collegeville.
- 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.
- Special Ed Specialist May Return To ‘Grove
Approval for an independent contractor agreement for Dr. Sylvia Sanfillipo-Cohn is on tonight’s Pottsgrove school board agenda. She worked for the district two years ago as interim director of pupil services.
- First Time’s The Charm For Floodplain Law
Lower Pottsgrove will be spared the bureaucratic pain of holding another public hearing on its floodplain law, the township manager learned Monday.
- In Just 10 Seconds: Cranes All Around
You can spot six different cranes between the work being done on the Schuylkill River bridge near the Armand Hammer Boulevard exit for U.S. Route 422, and the westbound off-ramp at the same location.
- Learn How To Keep Diabetes Under Control
Diabetes self-management is a key to success for anyone afflicted by the disease. A Penn State Extension program starting March 2 in Limerick can help diabetes patients stay healthier.
- Floodplain Law Passed, And May Again
Lower Pottsgrove commissioners gave their blessing last Thursday to a revised floodplain management law. Thanks to bureaucracy, they may have to do it again in a few months.
- Big Events Schedule Opens Pottstown Expo
Three days packed full of things to do, things to see, and fun to experience are scheduled March 4-6, only 11 days away, at the Pottstown Family And Home Expo.
- Scheduled This Week On The Post Calendar
Meetings, activities, and events happening this week, as submitted to The Post calendar.
- Pottstown Classes Show How Credit Works
Want to buy a better car, a bigger home (or maybe a first home), or finance your child’s college education? You need good credit. A series of classes in Pottstown shows you how to build it.
- In Just 10 Seconds: Ringing Rocks’ Anniversary
Step back in time today, but only five years back. The work to expand and refurbish Ringing Rocks Elementary School is completed. Now its open house is attracting crowds!
- See The Talents Of High School Artists
The annual art show at Montgomery County Community College, which features exhibits created solely by local high school students, is winding down. Catch it in Pottstown before March 4!
- Learn Which Happens First, Weather-Wise?
Is the wind part of the weather, or does it make weather happen? The answer to both is yes, sort of. Learn more about the role wind plays in weather during a March 6 park program.
- Register For A Driving Course And Save
Drivers age 55 and older can save money on their car insurance if they complete a refresher course about keeping safe on the highway. It’s being offered beginning March 8 in Royersford.
- Colleges Applaud High-Achieving Students
More than 100 local, high-achieving students were honored through Friday by their colleges and universities for academic accomplishments.
Joe Zlomek, Managing Editor
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