There's no such thing in Pennsylvania as "finders, keepers; losers, weepers." A Phoenixville man learned the lesson from state police, who contacted him about cashing a Valley Forge Casino Resort voucher that wasn't his.
Township police department activity last month (April 2022) saw significant increases in reported incidents, traffic violations, criminal violations, and arrests compared to the same month over three prior years.
The National Weather Service predicted rains would move out of the Pottstown area early Sunday morning, leaving swollen creeks and cooler temperatures behind. The rest of the week, though, should be sunny and significantly warmer.
Pottsgrove Middle School was evacuated Friday afternoon after district officials received a bomb threat. Its students were transported by buses to the high school, and remained there the rest of the day. An investigation is under way.
"Multiple" thefts of catalytic converters from catering vans occurred Tuesday night at two Chick-fil-A restaurants in Limerick Township and possibly elsewhere, the stores stated on their Facebook pages.
A Collegeville hotel operator was cited during April, according to a report issued Tuesday by the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement, for failing to ensure a state-licensed manager received required training.
Ringing Hill fire-fighter Steve Dragon responds to emergencies in Lower Pottsgrove and, occasionally, beyond. He also has become a popular author of two children's books (so far), based on stories he once told his own kids.
Neither of two Pottstown area drivers were injured, but a car was disabled and towed, following a two-vehicle South Coventry accident on Route 100 reported Monday by state police from Embreeville.