Behind Saturday's Royersford Unity Day was a hope to recreate the togetherness people feel when they unite behind a common purpose. Like 9-11, or battling COVID-19. Did it work? Judged by the sea of smiling faces: yes.
After a COVID-required wait of more than a year, the annual Quilter's Tea of the Loose Threads Quilting Guild returned Saturday to Spring City. Visitors were delighted.
Ask Victoria Lawrence how she gets to work, and she'll likely tell you "by bike." Her work, though, is all about making "visionary art" in occasionally remote places. She'll speak Sept. 21 to the Pottstown Area Artists Guild.
After a COVID-necessary hiatus during 2020, the annual Pottstown Pet Fair returned Saturday to Memorial Park on West King Street. It honored the memory of one of its founders, Bill "The Cat Guy" Sharon.
Repairs at Aqua Pennsylvania's Pickering water treatment plant, which suffered severe flood damage from Tropical Storm Ida, are continuing a week after the event. Meanwhile, the company asks consumers to conserve water.
On two separate occasions, during early morning hours Wednesday and evening hours Thursday, Pennsylvania State Police at the Valley Forge Casino Resort investigated items they likely didn't expect.
Lower Pottsgrove's Zoning Hearing Board has scheduled a Sept. 21 meeting to review variances sought by Redner's Warehouse Market to allow a gasoline filling station at North Charlotte and Mervine streets.
A crew of painters improving an upper floor at the Best Western Inn on Industrial Highway in Lower Pottsgrove accidentally tripped an alarm Thursday that brought first-responders to the scene.