"A housing" is the traditional way fire companies welcome new apparatus into their fleets. One is planned Sept. 13, along with other activities, by the Sanatoga Fire Company. It's open to the public.
An AARP Pennsylvania poll shows that likely voters age 50-and-older in the November election worry a secure retirement could be out of reach for them.
Two 2014-15 salary lists, for executives and "Act 93" employees, were approved Tuesday by the school board totaling $1.82 million. That's up from $1.64 million during 2013-14.
Here are properties available on the area's real estate market that could be seen Aug. 21-27 (2014) via YouTube.
The township in July called for professionals to offer investment management and account administration to its employee retirement plans. Applications are due Sept. 5.
On today's Food Page: Quick Bolognese Italian Meat Sauce with Fettuccine (video), Watermelon Agua Fresca, 3-Layer Caramel and Chocolate Marshmallow Bars, and Gluten-Free Brookies.
In fields surrounding Sanatoga, farmers grow crops spread over dozens of acres. A new demonstration site farther north, though, saves space by spreading up ... in an old warehouse.
Monday, the first day back to school at Pottsgrove High, was everything you might expect: a little confusing, a little routine, and a lot of smiling faces.
11 photos. Prosecutors, investigators, detectives, patrol officers: if any were involved in the year-long and now ended Kareem Borowy murder case, they received Lower Pottsgrove's thanks Thursday.
Children who exercise and are physically fit may not necessarily be smarter, according to a newly published study, but their brains may be more efficient.
A crossing guard for Ringing Rocks Elementary School is hanging up his belt, and received the community's thanks Thursday night.
A Reading man faced charges of speeding and driving under the influence after he was stopped early Friday morning in the westbound U.S. Route 422 construction zone.
Two Pottstown men were charged in separate and unrelated incidents during the course of suspicious vehicle investigations conducted by Lower Pottsgrove police.
Ground-breaking by township officials was barely a month ago. Now the steel skeleton for the 22,000-square-foot, $2 million structure off West Ridge Pike is on its way up.
The Gilbertsville YMCA's new indoor turf field was occupied Saturday by children laughing and playing soccer. Upstairs in the training mezzanine, adults engaged in serious exercise.
Sixteen area residents have been singled out for academic honors and achievements, as reported this week by their respective colleges and universities.