Enjoy a weekend filled that, understandably, is filled with Halloween thrills and chills. Your family can also learn about animals night-time habits, see fall foliage from a kayak, or identify trees and their leaves.
New events have been added on behalf of the Spring-Ford Area School District, Rep. Tracy Pennycuick, and the Boyertown Wellness Council.
Get spooky or be spooked! Whatever your preference, here's the second of four weekly installments of The Posts' month-long list of Halloween-oriented events occurring during October.
In information releases distributed Thursday, Pennsylvania State Police said they recently investigated alleged road rage, a domestic dispute resulting in injury, and a building supply theft.
Get out of the house and do something! These activities are scheduled to occur this weekend (Friday through Sunday, Oct. 15-17, 2021), as provided to The Post calendar.
Lane closures on Route 100 in Douglass (Mont.) Township will change with PennDOT's needs Tuesday through Friday this week as it installs bridge fencing along parts of highway.
Clay On Main, the non-profit art community and resource center in Oley, will be the setting for the Oct. 19 program being presented by the Pottstown Area Artists Guild. It's free and open to the public.
With the use of advanced medical technology growing more important each year, Tower Health said Friday it was recognized as a health care system considered among the "most wired" in two disciplines.