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Tuesday ‘News Feed’ From The Post Publications

Stories We Think You’ll Find Worthwhile

You’re reading News Feed for Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017, a curation by The Post of local news articles from a variety of sources. They’re anticipated to be of interest to Post Publications’ readers, but could not be covered by its staff. Click on any linked headline to read its accompanying story.

The Pottsgroves

Pottsgrove’s Rick Pennypacker wrapping up 41-year coaching career
Rick Pennypacker is stepping down as Pottsgrove’s head coach after 29 years at the end of this season. He’s an old-school coach with an intense sideline demeanor, and Pottsgrove is 11-1 this season. (


Pottstown 2018 Tax Hike Capped at 18.61%
Without scheduling any further budget meetings, Pottstown Borough Council on Monday night adopted a preliminary budget at a “not-to-exceed” tax hike of 18.61 percent for 2018. (Digital Notebook)

SEPTA Makes Policy Change Regarding Baby Strollers On Buses
SEPTA is changing its bus policy next year, to allow parents to keep children in their strollers during off-peak hours. (CBS Philly)

Limerick and East

Girls Go Career Exploring Wednesday Night
Wednesday’s “Girls Night Out” at the Western Montgomery Career and Technology Center allows high school girls in Pottsgrove, Spring-Ford and Upper Perkiomen districts to find a future that interests them. (Post Calendar)

Gilbertsville and West

Berks County artists invite the public into their studios
Artists and galleries in Barto, Boyertown, and Oley will open their spaces to the public for the seventh annual “Fall Into Winter Tour” the weekend before Thanksgiving, Nov. 18-19, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (The Mercury)

Perkiomen Valley and North

Phoenixville Police search Schuylkill River for missing 17 year old from Schwenksville
Phoenixville Police and Friendship Diving-Rescue Unit searched along the Schuylkill River for a missing 17-year-old from Schwenksville late Monday morning. (The Mercury)

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