Sometimes dealing with inclement weather is all a matter of attitude. At least, when they sought refuge Thursday at social media outlets like Twitter and Facebook, that's what many of your neighbors were hoping. See what they had to say ...
A Pottstown home owner who lives on River Road by Thursday decided the Schuylkill River, although often pretty, this season has become too much of a hassle. The Post links to five area flood-related stories.
With Video. Flash flooding wasn't picture perfect Wednesday at the home of a Boyertown photographer.
With Videos. Places across greater Pottstown that succumb to heavy rain flooded Wednesday. The water appeared deeper, moved faster, and inconvenienced drivers more than usual. Your neighbors had plenty to say about it on social media platforms.
Residents who rely on public water from Pottstown may taste in it a little more chlorine than usual, a precaution as a result of a raw sewage spill that began Monday in Reading PA and probably won't be fixed until later today. The Post offers six references to check.
Two public meetings being conducted by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission on the renewal of Exelon Nuclear's operating licenses at the Limerick Generating Station will be held at Sunnybrook Ballroom in Pottstown.
From Pottstown east to Valley Forge, from Amity north to Allentown, and almost anywhere else Tuesday in the northeastern United States, people talked about the earthquake. For many, it was their first.
A 5-kilometer run and 3-K walk, both intended to raise money that benefits the Montgomery County Domestic Violence Program, will be held at the Central Campus of the county community college on Sept. 25.