Employment Archive

Looking To First Career, Or New One? Go ‘Wander’

An expert says a 'wandering map' that visually identifies and connects

Safe Food Handler Certification Course Next Month

Safe food handling is the goal of a restaurant-sponsored course that

Speculation Renews Over Possible Sale Of The Mercury

The firm that manages The Mercury for its investment fund owner

As April Arrives, SAT Pressure’s On Students And District

Pennsylvania statistics between 2006 and 2013, the latest of which were

Fates Of Local RadioShacks Still Unknown In Closings

The electronics retailer, with stores in Pottstown, Royersford and Phoenixville, faces

County College Adds Life Sciences Degree To Its Arsenal

The new degree at the Pottstown and Blue Bell campuses of

Pottsgrove Looks To Hire HS Clerk Of The Works

The successful candidate would supervise the reconstruction of Pottsgrove High School,

‘Paycheck Protection’ Finds Support At County Levels

Bills being considered by the Pennsylvania Legislature would deny unions the

Hebert Named Development Director For Sunnybrook

She has almost 20 years of experience, in venues across the

Proposals Would Affect Public Worker Dues Payments

School district unions and other public sector labor representation in Pennsylvania

Are You In One Of The Nation’s Most Dangerous Jobs?

Blue-collar occupations like those on which Greater Pottstown area residents have

Ross’ Store, Anchor At Coventry Mall, Closing Jan. 19

The discount apparel and home fashion store, opened in 2003, will

Hey, Baby Boomer; You Saved Enough Yet To Retire?

One-in-four 65-year-olds today will live past 90; one-in-10 will live until

Police Contract Adds A Bit More Cost To 2014 Budget

Lower Pottsgrove's 2014 annual budget of $5.6 million was approved Thursday

Law Might Put PA Legislature On The Chopping Block

For the second consecutive year, a member of the Pennsylvania House

Executive Session Leads Pottsgrove Personnel Actions

Among business matters it handled last Tuesday, the Pottsgrove Board of

State Mulls Abandoning Seniority In Teacher Furloughs

Economic reality for Pennsylvania school districts may slaughter the sacred cow

Pottsgrove Poses ‘Awkward’ Moment For Job Candidate

Steven Sieller surely hoped his appointment Tuesday as the new assistant

Board To Appoint Lower Pottsgrove Assistant Principal

Steven Sieller, a Douglassville PA resident who currently serves as an

Police Say Calls Led To Arrests For Alleged Harassment

One worker apparently wanted to get a colleague in trouble, police

Township, Pottstown Residents Become Newest Cadets

Six people who call Lower Pottsgrove, Pottstown and Collegeville "home" have