NAACP branches in Pottstown and Reading PA, and the Southeastern PA Anti-Defamation League, have jointly condemned what they called "racist and bigoted comments" issued in the Boyertown area.
With video. Gilbertsville Fire and Rescue reported the last remnants of its decades-old fire station came down Friday. A replacement building on the same site will house both the fire company and township police.
The popular summer third Saturday local history programs of the Historic Preservation Trust of Berks County in Douglassville, suspended during the pandemic, return in June and July.
Stock car racing at Grandview Speedway didn't happen Saturday night, as a result of Mother Nature's wet-and-soggy interference. There's more racing scheduled for coming weeks in Bechtelsville, though.
Rural arts and crafts revival pottery, popularized by artists Thomas and Isaac Stahl from the 1930s to '50s, is featured for a 34th year during the Stahl's Summer Pottery Festival, June 19 in Hereford.
Pennsylvania's School Boards Association said Tuesday that more than 80 percent of all districts in the state have publicly called for charter school funding reform. That majority should not be ignored, it claimed.
Get out of the house and do something! These activities are scheduled to occur this weekend (Friday through Sunday, May 21-23, 2021), as provided to The Post calendar.
"What it feels like" local temperatures will begin to trend above average during this week, according to AccuWeather Inc. in State College. Our area could close in on July-like levels by the weekend.