The Sanatoga Post so far this year has experienced a 17-percent growth in readership. Most of that is on mobile devices. We're changing our look and behind-the-scenes coding to keep pace with the demand.
Although months away yet, the township manager has begun work on a 2021 budget draft and doesn't like what she sees. Revenues this year are down, and may go lower. The possibility of another deficit looms.
Avoid a hazard, and keep yourself and neighbors safe, Lower Pottsgrove Emergency Management Coordinator Ray Lopez asks. Put down the matches, and don't burn anything within the township.
More than 700 additional meals were distributed by the Pottsgrove School District on Monday, as compared to the number handed out during the previous week, its statistics show.
Friday night's Senior Tribute Parade was a horn-honking, flag-fluttering, deliberately slow-moving way to tell Pottsgrove High School's 2020 graduating class it held a special place in community hearts.
The Sanatoga Post news service came back online Thursday afternoon after successful support efforts provided by two of its website hosting companies.
No decisions have been made. The superintendent says a pandemic-related summer meals program involves "a lot of moving parts." He acknowledged Tuesday, though, that it's been under discussion.
To safely remove a towering tree Tuesday at the Buchert Ridge Community on Buchert Road in Sanatoga, professionals used an even taller crane that, once cut, carefully lowered it to the ground.