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Webinar: 'Protect & Grow the Value of Your Business During a Pandemic'. Certified business exit planner Ashley Micciche on July 2 at 11 a.m. will help business owners understand the value of their business, and how to protect and grow their business value. It's free but registration is required. Sponsored by SCORE TriCounty of Pottstown.

Historian Presents Virtual Talks for Royersford Library. Royersford-relevant talks on local history are the specialty of historian Ryan Conroy. He'll make virtual presentations July 13 and Aug. 10 on behalf of the borough library. Get signed up.

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Reported Elsewhere

American Cornhole Championships To Be Held In Oaks There are $55,000 in cash payouts for the American Cornhole League Championships, Friday through Sunday, July 3-5. No spectators are allowed, but the tournament will be broadcast live on ESPN. (Patch)

Upper Perkiomen Considers Three Scenarios for Opening School "We're not going to hit everyone's comfort zone," its superintendent said during a June 25 school board workshop meeting held on Zoom. We'll navigate these waters together. We need the entire community to participate." (Town and Country)

Wolf signs bill to reform professional licensing rules Gov. Tom Wolf on Wednesday relaxed more requirements for professional licenses, signing a law that prevents the state from denying a professional license to someone because of a felony on their record. (Associated Press)

Promising year for PA budget ends with a $3.2 billion thud Pennsylvania closed its fiscal year Tuesday with a $3.2 billion shortfall, with revenues falling 9% below official estimates. The state continues to grapple with the economic damage caused by the pandemic. (PA Post)

As restrictions ease, many find their workplaces and roles have changed With lockdown restrictions eased, thousands of people are going back to work. But many are finding their workplaces and their roles have changed. (KYW Newsradio)

Pennsylvania court turns down lawmakers’ bid to end shutdown Pennsylvania’s high court on Wednesday ruled against an effort by Republican state lawmakers to end Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf’s pandemic shutdown orders. (Associated Press)

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