Tonight's Pottsgrove Board of School Directors' meeting has a variety of items on its agenda, but probably few as important as those dealing with the pandemic and students' return to education.
The president of the Pottstown Federation of Teachers says rushing to reopen school buildings this fall puts teachers unnecessarily at risk, particularly in poor or underfunded districts.
Tim Hennessey, the 26th District state representative for North Coventry and Pottstown, joined a growing group of Republicans calling Monday for investigation of PA's unemployment compensation system.
Need to know about preserving a watershed? Just ask Spring-Ford student Grace Clark, whose poster and essay on the subject won her a third-place art contest award. Her efforts beat dozens of competitors.
Four former western Montgomery County residents, all branded as "criminal fugitives" by the county sheriff, remain Monday on his office's list of most-wanted suspects.
It's unknown how three cute ducklings may have mistaken a Limerick Township storm drain for the family nest, but they were rescued by public works employees working above and beyond the call of duty.
Boyertown, Bechtelsville, and Colebrookdale have benefited since June from coverage by the new Eastern Berks Regional Police Department. Its chief and officers informally chatted Saturday with the public.
A time-honored fall tradition, the annual car show sponsored by the Women's Club of Birdsboro, will not be held this year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. It's hoped-for return is in 2021.