Thousands of pages of legal documents and plan drawings are receiving a last-minute review by Lower Pottsgrove staffers and engineers, as Sanatoga Greene developers hope to start earth-moving this month.
Lower Pottsgrove commissioners got an early start Tuesday on municipal business. They met in a legally authorized executive session to discuss what appears to involve a potential real estate purchase or lease.
Get those important and private, but no longer necessary to keep, documents shredded Saturday (Sept. 12) at no cost during a public shredding event to be held at the Sanatoga Ridge Community.
Phoenixville's Steel City Coffeehouse expands by opening a food pantry. A kitten with your name on it is waiting to say hello in any of three local stores. Veterans are needed to represent other veterans.
The theater company's re-opening plans include coronavirus safety protocols that adhere to Centers for Disease Control and public health guidance, as well as concession stand menu and service changes.
Lower Pottsgrove continues to work with architects in preparing plans for its township municipal campus. What it does not yet know: just how big, as measured by square footage, the building will be.
State Sen. Bob Mensch counts constituent opinions about pandemic restrictions. At an inn not far from Pottstown, the offer of a "workcation." And, professional decision-makers named at Providence Place.
More than 500 property owners considered chronically delinquent in paying real estate taxes may see their assets sold to bidders during Montgomery County's upset tax sale, held online during September.