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  • PennDOT Crews Out Across County For Fixes
    Portions of 10 different highways in western Montgomery County municipalities, including Upper Pottsgrove, Pottstown, and Limerick, will be visited by PennDOT work crews next week in a concerted effort to fill potholes and fix deteriorated pavement.
  • Foundation Plans An Alumni Directory Update
    Postcards and e-mails began circulating Friday to Pottstown High School alumni, in which the Foundation for Pottstown Education asks their help to update a 9-year-old directory.
  • Dive Into Pizza, Help Royersford Library Too
    Giovanni’s Pizza & Restaurant in Royersford will donate a portion of its sales Feb. 22, from noon to 8 p.m., to help support the Royersford public library. Feel yourself getting hungry?
  • State Agency OKs Schwenksville Water Main Loan
    Schwenksville’s Borough Authority was won a $1.05 million state agency loan so it can replace more than 2,700 feet of a crumbling water main.
  • Pottsgrove HS Names 2Q Honor Roll Students
    Students at Pottsgrove High School have been designated as recipients of honors or distinguished honors during the second quarter of the 2017-2018 academic year. Its lists were released Wednesday.
  • Pottsgrove MS Reports 2Q Honor Roll Students
    Dozens of Pottsgrove Middle School students have been designated as recipients of honors or distinguished honors during the second quarter of the 2017-2018 academic year. The honor roll was released Wednesday.
  • Pottstown NAACP Sets Black Heritage Celebration
    Join area families and residents Feb. 24 at the YWCA Tri-County Area in Pottstown for student performances, music, and crafts to observe Black History Month.
  • Find Money To Start A Business, Or Grow One
    New companies don’t magically appear out of thin air. They need capital to start, and more money to grow. Learn creative ways to find financing during a Feb. 28 SCORE workshop in Pottstown.
  • Prepare Yourself For A Manufacturing Career
    Learn what it takes to obtain an entry-level job in manufacturing, or learn how to change direction in a current manufacturing job. An MCCC program at the Pottstown campus starts March 19.
  • Enjoy African-Style Story-Telling In Royersford
    “Land Ho! Voyages in African-American History” will be presented free, with no registration needed, during a Feb. 16 family show at Royersford Free Public Library.
  • First Four Lots Approved At Spring Valley Farms
    The first four lots for home construction have been approved at the Spring Valley Farms housing community on Bleim Road, Lower Pottsgrove commissioners learned Monday.
  • Township Police Help Youth Workforce Program
    A Montgomery County program that helps eligible youths and young adults advance their education and land a job has signed the Lower Pottsgrove Police Department as its newest partner.
  • Gatsby’s Reopens After Five Weeks Of Repairs
    Gatsby’s Restaurant at the SunnyBrook Ballroom in Sanatoga reopened Tuesday to the public after five weeks of work to repair damage from a burst water pipe.
  • Lane Changes Prepare For New 422 Bridge Usage
    The westbound side of a new bridge being built on U.S. Route 422 across the Schuylkill River is nearly ready to carry traffic. PennDOT crews will work next week to prepare it for drivers.
  • Liked The ’80s? Like To Roller Skate? Try This
    Go bouffant with your hair. Go flashy with your outfit. Go speedy with your skates. Rockstar Roller Derby has an “80’s Themed Adult Skate Party” planned for March 2 at Ringing Rocks Roller Rink.
  • Artist Mary Kane Talks Feb. 20 About Painting
    When is a painting finished? Abstract artist Mary Kane tackles that topic in a talk being sponsored by the Pottstown Area Artists Guild.
  • Think Ahead Toward Summer Camp At WMCTC
    Students in grades 5-8 can have fun, and learn about how they might want to spend their future, during camps coming this summer to the Western Montgomery Career and Technology Center in Limerick PA.
  • Try Some Real Maple Syrup At Farm Park
    There’s a world of difference between commercial (and artificial) maple syrup, and the real thing. Attend a Feb. 25 program at Norristown Farm Park to learn how real syrup is made, and why it tastes better.
  • Commissioners Authorize ‘Campus’ Land Deal
    Lower Pottsgrove commissioners on Monday authorized the purchase of three properties for a prospective municipal campus. What form it may take, and when, is just beginning to be considered.
  • Musicals Await At Pottsgrove High, Middle School
    It’s theater season in the Pottsgrove School District! Two rousing performances await ticket holders: “Peter and the Starcatcher” at Pottsgrove High, and “Tarzan, The Stage Musical,” at Pottsgrove Middle.
  • Pottstown Schools Hail Honor Roll Recipients
    Dozens of students in Pottstown High, Middle and elementary schools were named to their honor rolls in the just-concluded second marking period.
  • Spring-Ford Bleeds Green, But Offers A Warning
    With video. Spring-Ford school administrators apparently expect to see lower attendance today because of the Eagles’ Super Bowl parade. Parents must report and approve absences of their students, they warned.
  • Spring-Ford STEM Fair Back With Three Goals
    This year’s STEM Fair, scheduled for Feb. 22 at the Spring-Ford Ninth Grade Center in Royersford, intends to highlight not only student achievements, but higher-tech colleges and employers too.
  • Township Traffic Equipment Upgrades Due Soon
    Installation of traffic signal improvements that represent a substantial investment in Lower Pottsgrove by the state Department of Transportation are expected to begin later this month.
  • Local Legislators Weigh In On Budget Proposals
    Three state legislators representing western Montgomery County residents indicated Gov. Wolf’s budget introduction Tuesday included some items they liked, and others not so much.
  • Arboretum Recycling Event Returning Feb. 24
    Pack your car with electronic devices and appliances you want to be rid of, and head for the Althouse Arboretum recycling event Feb. 24 in Upper Pottsgrove.
  • Homestead Warms February With Fireside Tales
    Snuggle close to a wood fire, enjoy some cookies and hot chocolate, and listen to tales about Native Americans in the eastern woodlands during a Feb. 11 event at Daniel Boone Homestead in Birdsboro.
  • Douglass Program Offered For Black History Month
    A reenactment of abolitionist Frederick Douglass’ life by actor Fred Morsell is being offered for free Feb. 15 at Phoenixville Middle School. A thousand seats will be available, it said.
  • Klotz Resigns As Commissioner; Moving To NJ
    Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners’ Vice Chairman Stephen Klotz announced Monday he would resign from his elected position at month’s end, and move to Brick Township NJ to accept a promotion from his employer.
  • North Keim Bust Finds 10 Pounds Of Pot, $5,000
    Lower Pottsgrove police who searched a North Keim Street home Saturday after obtaining a warrant found 10 pounds of marijuana and $5,000 in cash. Two people were arrested on drug-related charges.

Joe Zlomek, Managing Editor

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