Five Pottstown area residents will receive degrees today from Alvernia University in Reading. Four others have been lauded for a variety of academic achievements.
Amanda Carr and the Sunnybrook Dance Band are returning Dec. 31 to ring in another New Year at Sanatoga.
The local chamber of commerce has given an award to the Pottstown campus of Montgomery County Community College for creating an environmentally sustainable business environment.
With video and 13 photos. It may have been a cast-off from someone's closet, but the hat worn onstage Thursday night by Choir Director Carole Bean seemed to have a little magic.
Bella Italia, a restaurant at 2209 E. High St. in the heart of Sanatoga village that took five years to move from architectural drawings to completion, was open Thursday.
With 26 photos. The Pottsgrove JV boys' basketball team went up against Daniel Boone on Thursday night.
Lower Pottsgrove police say they've found several people trespassing during the last two weeks on the K-Mart property in Sanatoga. One of them was cited Wednesday.
State senators who this year pushed for Pennsylvania's legalization of marijuana for medicinal purposes hope to re-introduce the same bill during 2015.
U.S. Route 422 would be less congested with fewer vehicles on the road, but how do you reduce driver demand for a highway? That's the topic of a public workshop Dec. 16 in King of Prussia.
Two individuals were arrested by Lower Pottsgrove police, according to reports, after an alleged briefcase-sized drug lab was found in a car they occupied.
Pottsgrove school students who are members of Berks East Gymnastics teams are among those who will benefit from a bingo fund-raiser scheduled for Saturday.
A housing community proposed for North Pleasant View Road in Lower Pottsgrove remains several approvals and months away, but some prep work is already done for Spring Valley farms.
The transportation planning company at 2500 E. High St., Sanatoga, has been named as one of Pennsylvania's best small-to-medium workplaces for a ninth year.
Lower Pottsgrove's police chief told commissioners that Ofc. James Kenney is making progress, but still enduring surgeries after a September accident.
With video. When Santa Claus visited Sanatoga for the fire company's holiday spaghetti dinner Saturday, pasta and meatballs were the last things on the minds of his fans.
The holidays might be a little more comfortable for homeless teens thanks to the efforts of the Sanatoga-based Tri-County Community Network.