Under an interim one-year contract with Chartwells, its food services provider, the Pottsgrove school board tonight will consider a no-price-increase '20-'21 budget for breakfasts, lunches, and a la carte items.
The Memorial Day holiday altered its schedule by 24 hours, but the Pottsgrove School District's meals distribution program is open again Tuesday (today) to benefit students age 18 and younger.
A free summer meals program for eligible children begins as early as next Monday and continues through August on varying dates and times at sites in Pottstown, Sanatoga, Collegeville, and East Greenville.
The annual Lower Pottsgrove Historical Society fund-raiser that is its Strawberry Festival returns June 8 (Saturday) to the grounds of Sanatoga Chapel on East High Street. It's open to the public.
Everybody likes donuts. Even more than everybody likes free donuts. You can probably get your fill, one at a time, with a Friday road trip to local stores participating in National Donut Day.
Students in culinary arts classes at Pottstown High School volunteered recently to assist a charity ball dinner at the Pottstown Elks Lodge. They gained valuable experience, and then something more.
Savory or sweet, crunchy or creamy? Your choice! The variety of foods available each year during the spring bazaar at Holy Trinity Orthodox Church often seems endless. It's scheduled for April 13.
The state will allow a total of 100 licensed hunters to participate in two separate January deer hunts to be held on the grounds of SCI Phoenix in Skippack. Interested? You must enter a lottery by Dec. 5.