Pottsgrove schools are always in need of arts, crafts, and school supplies. It just so happened that New Jersey-based Paramount Realty Services had supplies available for the taking. That made for a perfect match.
The quality of water served to Pennsylvania American Water customers in Royersford and elsewhere during the previous year surpassed both federal and state standards, a just-issued report says.
For a seventh consecutive year, workman's compensation attorney Levi S. Wolf of Pottstown was named by Super Lawyers magazine to its list of top PA attorneys in that specialty area, his law firm said.
Pottsgrove's school board Tuesday approved a labor contract extension with the district's Teamsters-represented custodial and maintenance staff. It also congratulated six retirees, and eight employees receiving tenure.
Christopher Williams has been elected to a three-year term as a member of the board of directors of employee-owned Barry Isett & Associates Inc. The company operates an office in Phoenixville.
Borough Council agreed Monday to forgive lingering taxes, fees and bills it may have been unable to collect anyway, as a means of promoting development at the former Pottstown Plating Works property.
Like elsewhere in Montgomery County this weekend, previously shuttered businesses in Lower Pottsgrove reopened to eager customers as the coronavirus lockdown ended. Things aren't normal just yet, though.
The Lower Pottsgrove-approved, multi-use complex to be built on Evergreen Road has not yet broken ground, delayed by sewer-related issues. The township engineer believes they could be solved next week.