From its extensive collection of maps from around the globe, the Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center in Pennsburg has assembled a new exhibit of maps that illustrate southeastern Pennsylvania.
A diabetes prevention program, open to the public, is being offered virtually on Tuesdays from 6-7 p.m. by Pottstown Medical Specialists Inc. Registrations are available now.
Phoenix Physical Therapy, which employs almost a thousand people at locations nationwide, held a grand-opening ceremony Oct. 19 for its newest office at 1277 N. Charlotte St. in Pottstown.
Discovery of an “active” case of tuberculosis in a Pottsgrove High School student prompted immediate responses Thursday. School and health officials identified students at potential risk, alerted families, and prepared for limited testing.
Take in a theater production - “Execution of Justice,” Nov. 3-6 at Ursinus College - and enjoy a specially priced or upgraded dinner at one of 22 participating restaurants. Tickets are available now.
Two evening performances of “The Velveteen Rabbit” are planned for Nov. 4 and 5 at Spring-Ford High School. A third show, a 1 p.m. matinée on Nov. 5, is being created to be enjoyed by those with sensory differences.
Two students from Perkiomen Valley High School, and a third from Owen J. Roberts High, are among 35 newly named “Young Ambassadors of Pennsylvania.” They’ll promote keeping Pennsylvania clean and litter-free.
Few things are more enjoyed by young readers than a new book. Every student in Lincoln Elementary School chose one of their own, thanks to the generosity of employees at Janssen Pharmaceuticals.