A Halloween doggie parade, in which costumed pets are encouraged, is scheduled for Saturday at 1 p.m. outside Greenfield Senior Living, 300 Perkiomen Ave. It's planned as a rain-or-shine event.
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.
The need for assistance may never be greater than what some local families face now and in the months ahead, so Lower Pottsgrove's police department has started its Thanksgiving food drive.
Children, adults, and families can put artistic abilities to the test and possibly win Halloween-themed gift baskets in a pumpkin decorating contest at the Pottstown library. Enter by Oct. 21.
A Memorial Day ceremony at Ellis Woods Cemetery was canceled this year because of coronavirus, but a group of dedicated volunteers have nonetheless decorated graves of Revolutionary Way soldiers there.
The president of Pottstown's Joint Veterans Council said Monday it had canceled its plans for a Memorial Day parade due to the pandemic, and would postpone distributing flags on veterans' graves.
Get a spooky chill, and maybe a romantic thrill, during the two-day (Feb. 15 and 15), fifth annual Valentine’s Ghost Tour at Briton Lodge on West Schuylkill Road in Douglassville.
Reflections on civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King will be offered tonight in Pottstown and Gilbertsville churches. Service events in his name are set today in Douglassville and Schwenksville.