Fun activities, food and refreshments and a march to retake the neighborhoods all will be part of Pottstown's National Night Out observance next month.
Two local non-profits, the Gallery School of Pottstown and the Pottstown Regional Public Library, are teaming up for a beef-and-beer fund-raiser coming in August.
Its offices and service center on North Franklin Street are roomier, allow an expansion of programs, and offers its clients greater privacy.
A report from the state Transportation Funding Advisory Commission, to be delivered next week to Gov. Corbett, is in part expected to recommend approval of enabling legislation that would allow highways like U.S. Route 422 and others to be tolled.
Pottstown Regional Public Library Director Mike Packard has a proposal he hopes is really appealing. He'd like a foundation to give him money to buy electronic tablets that patrons could use within the library building.
The Pottstown tests help check for the potential of prostate cancer, a significant cause of cancer-related deaths in men. Advance registration is necessary, though, and appointments are limited.
A sixth annual fund-raiser conducted by Pottstown's Diamond Credit Union to benefit the American Cancer Society was its most successful yet.
With Video. A hammer and saw blade that seemed big enough for a giant were in fact cleverly crafted illusions in the Pottstown Independence Day parade. See how they were made.