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Three Things To Know About Proposed Tax Plan

All Pennsylvanians would face higher taxes if Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget

Wolf Sees Liquor Stores As Pension Debt Relief

Gov. Tom Wolf wants to modernize state-owned liquor stores, and use

Editor’s Selections Thursday In The Post

West Pottsgrove pool debate isn't over yet; convicted driver in Lower

Editor’s Selections Wednesday In The Post

West Pottsgrove votes to keep its pool closed; Wolf plan to

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 Monday In The Post

Pottsgrove '76 grad is Citizen of the Year; Pottsgrove presentations included

Editor’s Selections Friday In The Post

Lower Pottsgrove police arrest Pottstown man who allegedly threatened a woman;

Editor’s Selections Wednesday In The Post

Search for Pottstown drug raid suspect; new book coming on Schuylkill

Tax Policies Target PA For Outside Poachers

Pennsylvania has the second-highest corporate tax rate in the country. Florida

Businesses Wonder What Wolf Budget Address Holds

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

Editor’s Selections Tuesday In The Post

PA district attorneys say they were ignored by governor on death

Quigley Named To Higher Education Subcommittee

The state representative who serves Lower Pottsgrove, Limerick, Royersford, and part

Editor’s Selections Monday In The Post

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

Liquor Board Rejects Powdered Alcohol Sales

The product, known as Palcohol, was shot down by the Pennsylvania

Fiscal Transparency Gets A Boost In Pennsylvania

The state's auditor general proactively posts his expenses online. So do

State Pulls Local And Other Schools’ SAT Data

The state Education Department published SAT averages for local and other

State Ready To Stock Local Streams With Trout

Opening day for trout fishing isn't far off. State fisheries are

Editor’s Selections Wednesday In The Post

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

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