With Pottsgrove schools closed for parent-teacher conferences next Monday and Tuesday, the school district has temporarily suspended its free food distribution program on one week.
Saladworks, a fast-casual restaurant that started 34 years ago in the Philadelphia area and has since expanded to 104 restaurants in 20 states, says it plans to open a unit in Royersford.
That nasty coronavirus won't keep the Pottstown Regional Public Library from ensuring adult patrons are well read and entertained. It's opening a virtual adult book club, and a Facebook cookbook club.
The Ann Frances Outreach Foundation expects to distribute free food for those who need it on Saturday afternoon, while supplies last, in the borough's Chestnut Street Park.
Lower Pottsgrove police say they appreciate donations receive already in their Thanksgiving food drive for families in need. If you're so inclined, contributions are being accepted through Oct. 30.
You'll be hungering for a warm and hearty meal when the cool of mid-November rolls through. Volunteers at Heidelberg United Church of Christ will have just what you're hoping for.
In what seemed to be overwhelming demand, the Pottsgrove School District's distribution Monday of free boxes of food from a Philadelphia charity was quickly exhausted. More boxes are being requested.
Boxes of fresh produce, dairy items, and protein collected from regional farmers and retailers are being offered for free Monday to any Pottsgrove School District resident, while supplies last.