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Safe Food Handler Certification Course Next Month

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

College, Non-Profit Agency Co-Host Substance Abuse Talk

The 70-minute session in Blue Bell, with a simulcast in Pottstown,

Pottsgrove Asks Township For A $660,000 ‘Courtesy’

Lower Pottsgrove commissioners have been asked by the Pottsgrove School District

Spadt Says He’ll Resign From Lower Pottsgrove Board

The long-time commissioner and former Board of Commissioners' president said Monday

Weather’s Near Perfect, So Go Grill, Grill, Grill

Today's Food Page: Grilled American Lamb Sirloin, Turkey And Brie Grilled

Proud Township Police Accept Their Accreditation Early

Lower Pottsgrove didn't expect to accept its police department accreditation from

‘Grove Considers $108,000 High School ‘Commissioning’

On Tuesday's Pottsgrove school board agenda is a proposal to spend

Did Cap’n Crunch Really Wink At You? Maybe So

Walk down the breakfast cereal aisles at supermarkets in Lower Pottsgrove

Speculation Renews Over Possible Sale Of The Mercury

The firm that manages The Mercury for its investment fund owner

Pottsgrove Board Poised To Name Director Of Education

The Pottsgrove School District on Friday confidently announced the selection of

Police Arrest Township Man For Alleged Shoplifting

Lower Pottsgrove Police reported he was involved in a March 30

Pottsgrove Students Benefit From This ‘Master’ Journey

Pottsgrove High School Spanish language teacher Kimberly Sheeler is ending the

Before It Leaves For Europe, Choir Offers Parting Gift

The Pottsgrove High School Concert Choir is set to perform later

Cat NAPS Group Offers Pretzels, Pet Adoption Saturday

Help support its local trap, neuter, return program as a humane

PEAK Hosts Another Family Activity, Resources Day

Pottstown's kindergarten readiness program is partnering with Pottstown Memorial Medical Center

Success! Lower Pottsgrove Police Win Accreditation

The months-long process of examination by the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police

River Commission OKs Continued Oxy Water Clean-Up

The Delaware River Basin Commission, which oversees what gets emptied into

Hear A Roar? It’s Motorists, Not March, On Route 422

The month of March did its fair share of roaring. The

Annual Easter Egg Hunt Returns To Lower Pottsgrove

By the morning of April 12, the athletic fields of Gerald

Area Cub Scouts Prepare For Pinewood Derby Races

Packs from across the Pottstown region will let their miniature race

Boyertown Museum Exhibit Highlights Wilson-Era Tech

The presidency of Woodrow Wilson may have had its flaws in