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Editor’s Selections Tuesday In The Post

The Pottsgrove schools investigation report that isn't public, is; another swimming honor for Pottsgrove's Emily Glinecke; a Met-Ed rate hike affects some in Lower Pottsgrove; and better radios for local police.

Events Scheduled This Week On The Post Calendar

Meetings, activities, events and Pottsgrove School District sports happening this week, as submitted to The Post calendar.

Pottsgrove Poised To Discuss Election Petition Controversy

A two-week old controversy over 2015 primary election petitions in the Pottsgrove School District should receive its first school board public airing Tuesday.

Grading Expert Seen, Not Heard, In ‘Grove Video

A video uploaded last week by the Pottsgrove School District for public consumption shows controversial speaker Dr. Thomas Guskey talking April 1 to its teachers ... but his message can't be heard.

Here’s Why Attorneys Make Money, And Writers Don’t

If lawyers and reporters each earned $1 a word, this example Friday from Lower Pottsgrove shows why the legal eagles wear tailored suits and the news folks settle for Eagles' jerseys.

If This $198 Belongs To You, File A Claim

Montgomery County's district attorney has cash that was seized last September in Pottstown, presumably by law enforcers. If it's yours, file a claim by May 9 to get it back.

Township Continues Its Part In Team DUI Efforts

Lower Pottsgrove officers and patrols will join those in 10 other local police departments in a concerted crack-down on DUIs and other alcohol-related crimes.

Pottsgrove Students Watch Scientists At Work

A group of about 25 Pottsgrove High School students interested in pursuing science as a career were invited by Glaxo Smith Kline to tour its facilities in Collegeville and Upper Providence.

Weekend Stuff To Do On The Post Calendar

Friday's WWII dance in Sanatoga benefits Pottstown seniors; watch beavers in action at Green Lane; help clean up the Perkiomen; or run your hands over some smoothly shorn sheep.

State Group Honors Two Local Restaurant Chains

Community service awards will be presented at month's end for two companies that collectively operate restaurants in four area municipalities.

Editor’s Selections Friday In The Post

Wolf praises Hill School in award speech; Pottstown firefighter falls while battling blaze; local congressman proposes to solve standardized testing; and Taco Bell considers home delivery.

Thursday’s Headlines In The Sanatoga Post

One-click access to the latest news.

Sanatoga Store Sells Million-Dollar Lottery Ticket

So, who's the big winner? That is sure to be the coffee-break question of the day, after the Pennsylvania Lottery announced Wednesday a Cash 5 ticket worth $1 million was sold in Sanatoga.

Know Where $611,568 Went During February?

Lower Pottsgrove incurred more than $611,000 in expenses during February. Here's where the money went.

Diamond Credit Union Wins 2 Excellence Awards

A national organization presented trophies to the Lower Pottsgrove credit union in recognition of its brand awareness campaign and a unique loan program.

Frauds, Scams Program Set For Friday In Sanatoga

Protect yourself against all the nastiness that's out there. An AARP seminar scheduled for Friday afternoon in Sanatoga is intended to keep you in the know and make you safer.

Tax Sale Includes Pottstown, Limerick Parcels

An April 30 judicial and upset sale for tax-delinquent real estate, conducted by the Montgomery County treasurer, included six local properties as of Monday.

Editor’s Selections Thursday In The Post

Pottsgrove schools deny election investigation report right-to-know request; MCCC gets $25,000 in STEM scholarship pledges; Phoenixville High in "world cup of physics;" and new emergency radios in Limerick.

Flipped Trailer Tuesday Stalled 422 West Traffic

Vehicles crawled by the scene in Sanatoga, and then traffic was stopped altogether for a time to clear the lanes.

Show You Care, Township Asks, By Cleaning Clippings

If you haven't thought yet about lawn-mowing season, fear not: Lower Pottsgrove has. It's got a friendly, educational message about grass clipping clean-up it hopes you'll heed.

Editor’s Selections Wednesday In The Post

Judge denies Lower Pottsgrove robber's plea for lighter sentence; video camera rolls as Pottsgrove school directors leave executive session; MontCo hopes you'll walk more; and cheap(er) summer gas.