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Pottsgrove Hears District Budget-Cutting Ideas

Pottsgrove Superintendent Shellie Feola thinks the district can trim as much

Pennsylvania Pensions Could Dry Up In 10 Years

A new report on the increasingly troubled state of Pennsylvania employee

Editor’s Selections Friday In The Post

Wolf praises Hill School in award speech; Pottstown firefighter falls while

Frauds, Scams Program Set For Friday In Sanatoga

Protect yourself against all the nastiness that's out there. An AARP

Editor’s Selections Saturday In The Post

Newspaper story alleges Pottsgrove school board violated open meetings law on

Editor’s Selections Tuesday In The Post

MontCo to discuss oil train disaster preparedness; how much of your

In Comcast Suit, You May Already Be A Winner

Current and certain former Comcast cable TV subscribers in Lower Pottsgrove,

National Contest Lets Local Winner Trade-Up Trucks

Sanatoga contractor Michael Christman had already bought what he thought was

Editor’s Selections Monday In The Post

Psst! Wanna own the Keim Street bridge?, Montgomery County asks Pottstown;

PA Accountants Offer Solutions For Pension ‘Crisis’

The state's economic stability may suffer if school districts like Pottsgrove

Editor’s Selections Saturday In The Post

Alleged Lower Pottsgrove arsonist denied bail reduction; in Pottstown, someone won

Editor’s Selections Friday In The Post

Things looking up for West Pottsgrove pool opening; Pottstown police chase,

Looking To Buy A House? Maybe Start Here

Understanding and repairing credit, and money management are two of several

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