Phoenixville's Steel City Coffeehouse expands by opening a food pantry. A kitten with your name on it is waiting to say hello in any of three local stores. Veterans are needed to represent other veterans.
Tickets to 'Jurassic Quest,' the hot dinosaur experience that was to have been held in Oaks but got moved to Philadelphia to accommodate larger crowds, opens today and runs through Sept. 13.
The occasionally swampy lower parking lot at Gerald Richard Park in Lower Pottsgrove will be rebuilt under a project for which the township Board of Commissioners approved a bid last week.
The theater company's re-opening plans include coronavirus safety protocols that adhere to Centers for Disease Control and public health guidance, as well as concession stand menu and service changes.
State Sen. Bob Mensch counts constituent opinions about pandemic restrictions. At an inn not far from Pottstown, the offer of a "workcation." And, professional decision-makers named at Providence Place.
Pottsgrove School District social workers want to ensure its families receive school lunch benefits for which they may qualify. They'll be available Sept. 12 (Saturday) for special assistance sessions.
Friends of the Pottstown Library have a mysterious deal you just can't pass up. Speaking of books, an author claims there are five business scenarios never to be Zoomed. And, The Post turns 12.
Zoom across the world, but never leave the house, with a Discovery Center kit. "X" marks the winning spots for a skilled Pottstown marksman. And, the team keeps growing in the Isett engineering firm.