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Parents Wrestling With School Stress? Here's Help Parents who feel stressed by the challenges posed by children's schooling issues during the coronavirus pandemic can get tips for juggling tasks and reducing anxiety in a free seminar Tuesday.

Pottstown CARES Costume Party Fund-Raising for Shelter Dress up in your best Halloween costume, take a photo, and send it with a $5 donation to the Pottstown CARES costume contest. You could win a prize, and the money helps pay to shelter the homeless.

Virtual Programs from Royersford for Kids, Teens Six different virtual programs for children and teens are scheduled through Oct. 30 (Friday) on Zoom by the Royersford Free Public Library, 200 S. 4th Ave.

Want an Edge in Your Small Business? Try the Expo Small business owners and entrepreneurs are encouraged to attend the Greater Philadelphia Small Business Expo being held online only Tuesday (Oct. 27, 2020) from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. It's free!

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New Hanover Supervisors Delay Vote on Quarry Plan New Hanover Township supervisors held off voting on the Gibraltar Rock Quarry final site plan approval Monday. Their solicitor suggested it would be fair to give the quarry time to decide whether or not they want to submit a revised plan addressing issues raised by township consultants. (Digital Notebook)

Pennsburg man wanted for drug trafficking in Montgomery County found in hidden Berks trailer A former Pennsburg man wanted on drug-trafficking charges was found living in a trailer hidden on a residential property in a remote area of eastern Berks County. State police said he had a large quantity of methamphetamine. (Reading Eagle)

Knoll Inc. reported third-quarter profit Monday of $7 million The East Greenville PA furniture manufacturer said it had net income of 11 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs, were 23 cents per share. (Associated Press)

Did you hear it? Drive-in concert in Oaks, Pa. disturbs nearby towns A drive-in concert hosted Sunday by the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, Pa. caused quite the stir. Those who attended were all for the loud bass-pumping music and light show. People who live in surrounding neighborhoods also heard the show ... whether they wanted to or not. (6ABC-TV)

Technology keeps the screams going at Pennhurst Asylum despite the pandemic Pennhurst Asylum in Spring City has been deemed one of the most haunted places on Earth and at Halloween, it gets even scarier. The pandemic has created challenges but the team behind the annual haunt has adapted. (6ABC-TV)

$500K Chesco grant will help Phoenixville street upgrade The borough has been awarded funding from Chester County in the amount of $500,000, to be used for the next phase of the downtown streetscapes revitalization project. (Phoenix, Reporter, and Item)

Navy Closes Fall Campaign with Tight 2-1 Loss at Virginia Tech Mattie Gallagher of Gilbertsville PA helped propel the Navy women's soccer team effort Saturday (Oct. 24, 2020) against the Virginia Tech Hokies. Gallagher made eight saves in her first start at goalkeeper. (Navy)

Millions pour into Pa. House, Senate races as Democrats vie for control Four of the many committees that are heavily involved in state legislative races have alone spent more than $16.9 million this year. (Spotlight PA)

Trump, Biden hit battleground Pennsylvania amid pandemic President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden zeroed in Monday on Pennsylvania, demonstrating starkly different approaches to rallying voters, just eight days before polls close during the worst public health crisis in a century. (Associated Press)

Fewer virus patients aiding Pennsylvania case investigators A growing majority of people contracting the coronavirus in Pennsylvania are not answering basic questions that would help case investigators trace the source of the infections, state health officials said Monday. (Associated Press)

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