Enjoy a weekend filled that, understandably, is filled with Halloween thrills and chills. Your family can also learn about animals night-time habits, see fall foliage from a kayak, or identify trees and their leaves.
State police said Wednesday they continue to investigate a 36-year-old Pottstown man who they alleged drove a vehicle later discovered to be carrying a potential "home-made explosive device."
New events have been added on behalf of the Spring-Ford Area School District, Rep. Tracy Pennycuick, and the Boyertown Wellness Council.
The proposed Redner's fueling station at North Charlotte and Mervine streets in Lower Pottsgrove is moving quickly through township approvals. It earned Planning Commission recommendations Monday.
Maybe there's $200,000 sitting in your wallet, or in that bowl in your kitchen, that you just haven't recognized yet. Got a Cash 5 with Quick Cash ticket hanging around? Check the date, check the numbers.
Get spooky or be spooked! Whatever your preference, here's the second of four weekly installments of The Posts' month-long list of Halloween-oriented events occurring during October.
Legislation sought by state Rep. Joe Ciresi would pay for virus personal protective equipment bought by schools. It's similar to a bill approved last year, but which is now expired.
Imagine the surprise experienced by workers at a Pennsburg area auto yard. They discovered a handgun in a car involved in an accident and later towed to their business. It's been given to state police.