A resident in Douglass Village was the mid-July victim of a scam artist, Douglass (Berks) police reported Sunday. An investigation is under way.
A time-honored fall tradition, the annual car show sponsored by the Women's Club of Birdsboro, will not be held this year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. It's hoped-for return is in 2021.
A sharp-eyed and diligent driver saw something that raised his curiosity Sunday, lying in the road of the 1800 block of Farmington Avenue. It was a handgun. He promptly flagged down police.
The Bechtelsville worship center is among a growing group of congregations involved in a national effort to send hope-filled boxes of goods and literature to those affected by COVID-19.
The popular coffee and fast meals franchise formerly known as Dunkin' Donuts welcomed its newest franchise with a celebratory ceremony Saturday at 1130 Benjamin Franklin Hwy., Douglassville.
Pottstown residents seem to have taken notice of a challenge issued by Reading PA: which borough's neighborhoods can be cleaner? More people are signing up for a March 28 clean-up, organizers say.
The Colebrookdale Railroad Preservation Trust has developed state-approved lesson plans on the history of "The Secret Valley" between Pottstown and Boyertown. An Ambler Savings Bank donation has helped.
Got someone calling you, claiming to represent Comcast, supposedly due to "problems" with your account? It's another scam, Douglass (Berks) police report, and you should be wary of it.