Ironman triathlete Brian Kozera, who died in August 2022, lives on in those he helped coach, teach, and motivate. He will be honored during an April 16 indoor fund-raiser to be held at the Spring Valley YMCA in Royersford.
A PennDOT contractor is scheduled to continue line-striping work through April 3 on a portion of Gravel Pike in Lower Frederick Township as part of a safety improvements project.
State Police handled a complaint about suspected counterfeit currency, and made an arrest for harassment, in separate and unrelated incidents reported Tuesday at the Valley Forge Casino Resort.
The Post provides direct links to local obituaries at funeral home websites. Today's (March 24) list consists of eight obituaries.
Two separate contracts with Amity and Union townships, in Berks County, expanded the coverage area effective March 15 for medical transport services provided by Tower Health’s ambulance company, TowerDIRECT.
Members of the Pottstown chapter of the NAACP have gone above and beyond in civic responsibility and advocacy for local causes, Pottstown School District Superintendent Stephen Rodriguez said.
Jacqui Good, former director of development and communications for the Pottstown Cluster of Religious Communities, has been named as its executive director. She succeeds Executive Director Barbara Wilhelmy, who is retiring.
They recognize Air Medal recipients, veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts, and members of the state’s Blue Star families. Each costs $23, and requires eligibility paperwork.