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Pottstown and West

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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

Fireworks Excesses Pushing Council to Seek Change If you're one of those people who has been setting off fireworks in Pottstown for a month, at all hours of the day and night, borough council is not too happy with you. (Digital Notebook)

Wegmans Announces Permanent Closure Of All 12 ‘Pub’ Restaurants Wegmans has announced it’s closing all 12 of its “Pub” restaurants for good. There are several locations in our area, including in King of Prussia, as well as other parts of Pennsylvania, NY and VA. (CBS3-TV)

Coronavirus-impacted Bed, Bath & Beyond to close over 200 stores Bed, Bath & Beyond will close more than 200 stores over the next two years as part of a restructuring effort due to the coronavirus pandemic. (FOX29-TV)

Wolf will officially veto GOP effort to end coronavirus emergency The governor will veto a Republican legislative bid to end the disaster declaration he used to manage the state response to the pandemic. The political fight comes as PA sees a rise in confirmed coronavirus cases. (PA Post)

Pennsylvania holds off on new pandemic restrictions Pittsburgh and Allegheny County reported a near-record number of new coronavirus infections Wednesday, as state health officials expressed concern but took no further action about the situation. (Associated Press)

Lawmakers will rule again over redrawing PA political boundaries While an effort to create an independent commission to draw the state’s congressional and legislative maps has run out of time, a new bill would increase transparency and ban the most egregious practices. (PA Post)

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