A picnic pavilion in Upper Pottsgrove's Sunset Park has never received much use, and has been been a target for vandals. The township Open Space and Recreation Committee has suggested moving it.
A sharp-eyed and diligent driver saw something that raised his curiosity Sunday, lying in the road of the 1800 block of Farmington Avenue. It was a handgun. He promptly flagged down police.
The Pottsgrove Middle School chorus stepped up to its microphones this year under first-year director and music teacher Alyson Trout. Selections for its 2019-2020 chorus award winners have been announced.
Do students have fun playing in a school band? Sure they do. And do they learn while they're at it? Yes, and it's apparently much more than music. Pottsgrove Middle School offered proof Wednesday.
The vegetables now growing in the organic garden at Althouse Arboretum are mere inches, and sometimes less, apart in their furrows, but the people who planted them kept a 6-foot distance from each other.
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.
Four cars were involved Wednesday afternoon in a series of accidents that happened within minutes on the 900 block of Willow Street in Upper Pottsgrove. No one was injured, but damage was significant.
Three local fire companies, an ambulance, and Upper Pottsgrove police responded to a Tuesday afternoon motor vehicle accident that occurred at about 2:40 p.m. on Farmington Avenue near North State Road.