Non-profit organizations in Pottstown, Collegeville, Phoenixville, and the Valley Forge area received state grants Thursday to improve their facilities' security and protect them from hate crimes.
A satellite office to better serve local LGBT+ constituencies will hold an open house Wednesday from 4-7 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 301 King St. Its staff hopes to hear suggestions for programming and needs.
Visit the General Carl Spaatz Museum on Saturday from 5-7 p.m., where a $20 ticket buys a museum guided tour, hors d'oeuvres, a presentation, and most importantly, help for the Ukrainian people.
The First Baptist Church of Pottstown has partnered with the LGBT Center of Greater Reading, it said Wednesday, and will open a Pottstown satellite location to serve the area's LGBTQ+ community.
A guest speaker will describe life back when milk deliveries existed, long before UberEats and DoorDash. Spring-Ford cheerleaders hold a clinic. And your Lenten dinner's ready in Schwenksville.
Although concerned about traffic problems and speeding on Pruss Hill Road, public testimony Tuesday to the Lower Pottsgrove Zoning Hearing Board indicated residents favored plans for a cemetery there over a housing development.
Thirteen regional congregations of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints collected and shipped more than 9,000 pounds of supplies for Ukrainian relief in only days. Their cargo is already on its way.
With a busy period of cleaning and reorganizing behind it, the staff of the Schwenkfelder Library & Heritage Center in Pennsburg is ready to greet visitors and show off its newest exhibits.