Now You Can Take Fido For An 18th Century Walk

A new, 1.25-mile trail for people and pets has opened at Montgomery County's Peter Wentz Farmstead historic site in Worcester PA. Visit it during a Nov. 8 program.

Sanatoga Park Filled Saturday With Festival Fun

Dozens of area children and their accompanying adults took advantage Saturday of the bright sun that bathed Sanatoga Park and Lower Pottsgrove's annual Fall Festival.

Candy Reigns, Confusion Wanes, At Trunk-Or-Treat

West Pottsgrove Elementary School held its trunk-or-treat fun outside Saturday. Were there kids? Lots. Was there candy? Tons. And who seemed sillier in costumes? The adults, of course.

Sanatoga Road Accident Sunday Snaps Utility Pole

The accident, which appeared to involve only one vehicle, occurred on North Sanatoga Road near Saylor Avenue. Both lanes of traffic were blocked.

Hundreds Attend Rafferty Veterans’ Breakfast

17 photos. Sunnybrook Ballroom was filled to capacity Saturday for state Sen. John Rafferty's annual breakfast honoring 44th Senatorial District veterans and their families.

Saturday’s Headlines In The Sanatoga Post

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Legislature May Let NRA Challenge Local Gun Laws

New legislation passed by the Pennsylvania General Assembly would give the NRA standing to sue governments over local gun laws.

Newsletter Tells True Tales Of Local Progress

The just-issued Fall 2014 edition of "Momentum," a local business newsletter, describes the arrival in Pottstown of Haggerty Steel, Tompkins Insurance and the Colebrookdale Railroad.

Owen J. Roberts Plans 9th Veterans Day Ceremony

All area veterans are being invited by Owen J. Roberts High School to its annual Veterans Day program and luncheon. It's scheduled for Nov. 11 at the building on Ridge Road, Pottstown.

Lower Pottsgrove Extends Impact Fee Discussion

The township Board of Commissioners decided Thursday it wants more time to study whether imposing impact fees on developers is an appropriate way to pay for solving traffic problems.

Murder-Suicide Determined In Shooting Deaths

Following autopsies and their investigation, state police said Thursday a murder and suicide were the cause in the shooting deaths of local residents Steve Mixon and Joseph McCullough III.

Township Gives 2nd Approval To Exelon Storage

The "robust" structure made with thick walls of steel-reinforced concrete will store emergency equipment. Its plans had changed slightly, requiring another look by Lower Pottsgrove.

Pornogate Only Latest Scandal In Court’s History

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is in headlines now for the state's Pornogate e-mail scandal, but it's got a fairly sordid history of scandal, according to The Pennsylvania Independent.

Fund-Raiser At Friendly’s Aids Pottsgrove Music

The restaurant had pledged 10 percent of its sales next Wednesday night (Oct. 29) to help Pottsgrove music students.

Well-Rehearsed ‘Blue Plates’ Play State Next Week

"The Blue Plate Specials, a well-known Philadelphia area blues band, performs next Saturday at the State Theatre in Boyertown. Tickets are available now.

County Seeks Buyers For 80 Tax Claim Properties

If you want a real estate bargain, you might find it waiting on the repository list of the Montgomery County Tax Claim Bureau. But even the county treasurer warns "Buyers, beware!"

Trash Costs To Rise Next Year In Township Budget

You might spend more for the pleasure of having your garbage picked up in Lower Pottsgrove during 2015, but you'll likely get only one bill, not two. You'll have a tad more time to pay, too.

Astrophotography Topic Of Society’s Nov. 9 Meet

Members of the ChesMont Astronomical Society are due to hear about adventures of photographing the great beyond.