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Saturday ‘News Feed’ From The Post Publications

Stories We Think You’ll Find Worthwhile

You’re reading News Feed for Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017, a curation of local news from The Post. It features articles collected from and linked to a variety of sources. They’re anticipated to be of interest to Post Publications’ readers, but could not be covered by The Post staff.

The Pottsgroves

Powerhouse Pottsgrove rolls to 8-0 with win over Phoenixville
The Pottsgrove Falcons finished Friday night with 237 yards, and four touchdowns on just 15 carries, in their 53-7 victory over the Phoenixville Phantoms. (PA Prep Live)

Woman sentenced for role in West Pottsgrove armed robbery
A Lower Pottsgrove woman who admitted to conspiring with a Pottstown man to rob another man at gunpoint outside a West Pottsgrove bar will be under court supervision for about five years. (The Times Herald)


Pottstown laundromat offers advanced cleaning technology
Wash day has gone high-tech at a new laundromat in Pottstown — in a variety of ways. (The Mercury)

Help Make History With Huge Pottstown Selfie
Pottstown Area Industrial Development hopes it can convince you to turn out next Thursday (Oct. 19) at 11 a.m. in downtown Pottstown to join in a promotional photo involving a big crowd. (Post Calendar)

Get Friendly With A Superhero Over Dinner
Friendly’s and Krav’n Comics are partnering to have superheroes and villians visit with dinner patrons Oct. 23 during evening hours at the restaurant, Shoemaker Road, Pottstown. Stop by and look menacing. (Post Calendar)

Perkiomen Valley

Lower Salford added to list of towns in which spotted lanternfly has been seen
The township has been added to the list of municipalities in the quarantine area for the spotted lanternfly, Mary West, assistant township manager, said at the Oct. 4 Lower Salford Township Board of Supervisors meeting. (The Times Herald)

Gilbertsville and West

Boyertown Artworks Offer Close-Up Look On Life
“Larger Than Life,” an art exhibit that offers a magnified view of the world, opens to the public next Friday (Oct. 20) at Studio B Fine Art Gallery in Boyertown. (Post Calendar)

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