Here are properties available on the area's real estate market that could be seen July 16-23 (2014) via YouTube.
"Pastor Bill" Beck of the Spring City Fellowship has written a fictional, epic fantasy novel that will give "Chronicles of Narnia" lovers something new to ponder.
The U.S. Army Reserve's 78th Army Band, based at Fort Dix NJ, will make the trek out to Sanatoga Park for a Wednesday night performance at 7. The concert is free. Grab a lawn chair and go!
It's now easier for trucks to exit the Tri-County Commerce Park at the Armand Hammer Boulevard interchange for U.S. Route 422. That's helped with most, but not all, traffic flow.
An alleged retail thief who tried to leave the store with DVDs and other items, and two people accompanying her who were determined to be intoxicated, were charged by Lower Pottsgrove police.
A Duckworth Drive resident hopes to expand a garage; Barbara Way property owners want to add a sunroom. Both are on the agenda for Lower Pottsgrove zoning hearings on Tuesday (July 22).
In the dead of winter, nothing beats the taste of fresh-picked vegetables. Pressure canning is the way to get that taste, and Cooperative Extension offers instructions.
Items stolen from vehicles parked overnight Wednesday and Thursday in different neighborhoods of Lower Pottsgrove have township police detectives urging caution and safety.
There's so much good news coming out of the Pottstown School District, Community Relations Director John Armato contends, and so little time to tell it. He's relying on video as a solution.
Twenty-six area residents have been honored for their academic accomplishments, as reported this week by their respective colleges and universities.
Exciting, rhythm-infused salsa dancing is offered tonight (Friday) with a live orchestra at Sunnybrook Ballroom in Sanatoga. Tickets are available at the door.
Learn more Sunday (July 20) in Mont Clare about the area's earliest settlers, Native Americans who arrived along the Schuylkill River to fish and trade for tool-making resources.
How do things get made, and how can they be re-made to adapt to new uses? Those questions are explored by maker's clubs, now being encouraged by the White House. One is forming in Pottstown.
Montgomery County Community College has resources to help adult learners build a new career. A workshop covering career transitions is scheduled for Aug. 5 in Pottstown.
Debra Poelhuis, radiography program director at Montgomery County Community College, has been elected chair of the national Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology.
Lower Pottsgrove detectives continue to investigate a June incident in which a man attempted to snatch a purse from a female customer in the Home Depot store on Armand Hammer Boulevard.
A sign posted in the window of the Sanatoga Thriftway settles the question that's been asked for weeks: unlike its K-Mart neighbors, the supermarket will remain open.
Pottstown is installing decorative street lighting and other streetscape details downtown to make the business district more appealing and attractive.
Those interested in hunting for a doe in 2014-2015 should apply now for a license to the Montgomery County Treasurer's Office.
Two free workshops about putting new finishes on used furniture pieces will be held during August at the West Norriton ReStore of Habitat for Humanity.
Lower Pottsgrove will use $186,232 in liquid fuels tax revenue to pave portions of five township-owned roads this summer. Did the one you live on make the list? Keep hoping ...
A 45-minute executive session was conducted by Lower Pottsgrove commissioners ahead of last week's official board meeting. Their solicitor said no action was taken behind closed doors.
Crowded. Claustrophobic. Sweaty. Miserable. Those were descriptions of state budget discussions less than two weeks ago in Harrisburg. Lawmakers seemingly wanted it that way.