Kellen Narke, a Phoenixville Area High School senior who revels in history, is making some of his own. He's been named to this year's Youth Leadership Team of the American Battlefield Trust.
Citing local future funding benefits, Montgomery County's two Democrat commissioners this week publicly supported a lawsuit that attempts to ensure the closing date set for the 2020 Census remains unchanged.
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.
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.
Although it wasn't on Thursday night's agenda, Lower Pottsgrove commissioners acted on a former board member's suggestion and agreed to send a letter of support for a new commuter rail proposal.
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.
It's an event for which U.S. Route 422 drivers have waited since February 2016. Both west- and eastbound sides of the highway bridge over the Schuylkill River near Valley Forge will be open.
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