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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 between Monday (Oct. 26, 2020) and 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!
$5M PECO Upgrade Will Take Out 39 Pottstown Street Trees PECO has begun a $5 million upgrade to electrical infrastructure in Pottstown Borough that will require the removal of 39 street trees. (Digital Notebook)
Chick-fil-A sauces to be sold in stores, including Walmart, for good cause The Chick-fil-A restaurant chain, with stores in Limerick and Royersford, announced Thursday its signature condiments will be sold by some retailers starting mid-November. Royalties will be donated to a scholarship fund for Chick-fil-A employees. (6ABC-TV)
Surge in Berks coronavirus cases scuttles Boyertown's plans for in-person classes An increase in the rate of coronavirus infections in Berks County has scuttled the Boyertown Area School District's plans to expand in-person instruction for its younger students next week. (Mercury)
Montgomery County prothonotary opens landlord/tenant office to handle eviction appeals Saying the COVID-19 pandemic has placed many renters at risk of being evicted in the midst of a public health emergency, the office of the Montgomery County Prothonotary has opened a satellite office with the specific purpose of assisting residents with landlord/tenant appeals. (Phoenix, Reporter, and Item)
Wolf offers $20 million relief plan for bars and restaurants The state intends to waive liquor license fees in 2021 for more than 16,000 restaurants and bars, clubs, caterers and hotels, said Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf, who recently vetoed Republican legislation that would have loosened pandemic restrictions on the food and beverage sector. (Associated Press)
Pa. officials confirm all mail-in ballots are getting processed, but how fast is hard to say There is a delay between when a mail-in ballot is processed and when the confirmation email goes out to the voter. That’s causing some panic among voters -- and apparently some confusion among elections officials. (KYW NewsRadio)
Talks collapse on a deal to let Pa. counties open mail ballots before Election Day Negotiations between the Republican-led legislature and Gov. Tom Wolf to let counties begin opening mail ballots in Pennsylvania before Election Day appeared to collapse Wednesday, setting up a potential nightmare scenario with the state counting millions of ballots for days after Nov. 3. (Spotlight PA)