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422 Congestion Study Focuses On Reducing Demand

If you could conveniently get around without driving on U.S. Route

‘Grove Directors, Not Public, Get New Budget ‘Views’

Pottsgrove school directors received armload-sized "Bibles" Tuesday that include alternative views

Pottsgrove Rec Swim Lessons Start March 13

The Pottsgrove Recreation Board, jointly operated by the school district and

Injury Lawyers Flag 422 Accidents For Public, Peers

The recent spate of truck and car accidents in the U.S.

Businesses Wonder What Wolf Budget Address Holds

The governor is expected to talk March 3 about how he'll

Editor’s Selections Monday In The Post

A fire-breathing stunt gets out of hand; Lower Pottsgrove's state senator

Met-Ed Electricity Bills Rising In Township

Lower Pottsgrove property owners who buy their electrical power from Metropolitan

Editor’s Selections Thursday In The Post

Not one but three Powerball winners, and none of them is

Editor’s Selections Wednesday In The Post

Marijuana bust at a Pottstown apartment; can you help in the

Editor’s Selections Sunday In The Post

A drug arrest at a North Charlotte Street apartment; two nabbed

‘Grove Initial Budget Shortfall Estimated $2.5M

The budget is only in its draft stages, though, and is

Businesses Miss Job Pledges; Taxpayer Money At Stake

A new audit of companies that received taxpayer-funded loans to help

Editor’s Selections Saturday In The Post

A trial is ordered for a man charged in the December

Editor’s Selections Friday In The Post

Orange underwear a red flag in Lower Pottsgrove robbery conviction; a

‘Grove Releases Prelim Budget Not Seen By Public

The Pottsgrove School District responded to deadlines dictated by the state

Township Board Praises Holiday Food Drive Results

Commissioners on Monday congratulated one of their own, Shawn Watson, for

Township Collector Reports Tax Bill Surprise!

If you live in Lower Pottsgrove township, it's not likely to

Beware! Identity Theft Happens To Children Too

Pennsylvania CPAs reported Monday that child identity theft is a growing

DA Sought Claimants For Items Seized Locally

Cash amounts seized last year in Lower Pottsgrove and Pottstown, and

Advocates Urging State On Weighted School Funding

Some PA school districts, with student populations that haven't grown in

Township Haul: 3,500 Lbs. For Food Pantries

Lower Pottsgrove township employees, volunteers of both fire companies, and the