Lower Pottsgrove police have asked the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to consider ways to solve occasional backlogs of traffic on Armand Hammer Boulevard at its intersection with U.S. 422.
The future of the Pier 1 home decor store at Coventry Mall is unknown, in the wake of a corporate announcement Monday that the company could close up to 450 of its brick-and-mortar retail sites.
Advocates for Pottstown rental housing tenants won a victory Monday in Pennsylvania's Commonwealth Court. It overturned a lower court ruling favoring borough arguments on biennial rental inspections.
Limerick Township Board of Supervisors' veteran Thomas Neafcy announced Monday he would seek the Republican nomination to oppose incumbent Democrat state Rep. Joe Ciresi in the November elections.
Lower Pottsgrove police are stymied by "uncooperative" witnesses and victims in their almost month-long investigation of a mid-December shooting at an apartment in Rolling Hills on Buchert Road.
A Pottstown attorney will be the featured speaker for the Jan. 27 gathering of the LGBTQ Coffee Hour at the TriCounty Active Adult Center on Moser Road.
Pottstown's 12th annual New Year extravaganza, in which adventurous people plunged into the very cold water of the Schuylkill River, went off without a hitch Wednesday. Mother Nature, however, was brutal.
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