Local farmer Ryan Lehman again took up the task Wednesday of gathering and baling hay on the Lower Pottsgrove-owned field at North Pleasant View and Bliem roads. The field gets mowed for free; Lehman sells the hay.
The Lower Frederick Fire Company, and the local station of the Plymouth Community Ambulance Association, could benefit from portions of American Rescue Plan funding being received by the township.
Fresh is best, and in Boyertown fresh meats, vegetables, fruits, flowers, and other kitchen specialties can be found among the many vendors of the Boyertown Evening Market. It next operates Thursday (June 30) from 4-8 p.m.
About three years after reconstruction of the Burger King restaurant on East High Street in Pottstown, renovations are now under way at the similar restaurant on North Charlotte Street in Upper Pottsgrove. The same company owns both.
After discussing earlier plans for the expansion of Lock Tight Storage on Big Road, Lower Frederick supervisors offered a final review Tuesday. They seemed satisfied with what they saw.
Making doll quilts kept girls entertained centuries ago. They also helped to hone sewing skills needed later in life. Several doll quilts are featured in a new exhibit at the Schwenkfelder Heritage Center in Pennsburg.
Sheetz Convenience Stores are offering a $3.99 a gallon price for unleaded gasoline during the Independence Day holiday. Trouble is, its stores closest to Pottstown are 14, 18, and 20 miles away.
What inspires great artists? The Pennsylvania Philharmonic believes it's often derived from the inspiration of other artistry. It explores the question musically July 15 in a live concert at The Hill School. Tickets are free by reservation.