The Pottstown Trojan Shop, just opened inside the high school, is a place for all kinds of student and staff necessities. It's also the place, student research has demonstrated, for something air-fried and tasty.
Sixteen hard-working local students were ranked Wednesday as among the nation's best as semifinalists in this year's National Merit Scholarship competition. They attend classes in seven area schools and at home.
Travel Sept. 24 to Green Lane and enjoy the amenities of one of Montgomery County's largest parks, and take in the sights, sounds, and fun of its 11th annual Upper Perkiomen Bird and Wildlife Festival. It's rain-or-shine, and all free.
Fred Danzinger, an award-winning artist who says he tries to "go way beyond what a camera sees,” is the featured speaker during Sunday's "Art Talk" at the Perkiomen Valley Art Center in Schwenksville.
Find out more about local organizations that focus on community health and personal wellness during the second annual Health and Wellness Festival hosted Saturday by the Pottstown Regional Public Library.
Montgomery County's Commerce Department can help business owners, bankers, accountants, lawyers, and others find funding to start, grow, or locate ventures here. The place to begin may be a Sept. 20 online forum.
To meet the needs of those with neurodiverse conditions, the Colebrookdale Railroad has dramatically cut ticket prices for its Sept. 11 "Sensory-Friendly Sunday" excursion. Support from a non-profit made it possible. Order tickets online.
A series of three online events, scheduled for Sunday afternoons during October and sponsored by the First Baptist Church of Pottstown, will review the movement known as "Christian Nationalism" and its rise.