Hoping to serves as catalysts for individual and community remediation in dealing with racism, the YWCA TriCounty Area and three others YWCAs are joining Thursday to hold a "Day of Listening" event.
Following a move from its former location, Commonwealth Auto Tags said it has settled into new Pottstown offices at 377 E. High St. It offers increased customer amenities, downtown accessibility, and unchanged business hours.
A diabetes prevention program, open to the public, is being offered virtually on Wednesdays from 6-7 p.m. by Pottstown Medical Specialists Inc. Registrations are available now.
Fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, and hand-crafted products all await customers with the seasonal return of the Pottstown Farm and and Artisan Market. It re-opens May 14 in Smith Family Plaza.
Tower Health has focused on the employment longevity of five nurses, including one each from Pottstown and Phoenixville hospitals, to praise the work of all its nurses during National Nurses Week.
The TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce annual dinner featured guest speaker and former Olympian Johnny Quinn, and acknowledged its members for their efforts in driving the chamber's success.
Citadel Credit Union presented its 21st Heart of Learning Awards Monday to 31 teachers, including one each from the Owen J. Roberts and Phoenixville Area school districts.
Franklin Elementary School students in Pottstown seem to be a happy group lately. Some have been bestowed awards for adhering to Franklin Fab Five traits; others enjoyed celebrating National Superhero Day.