The Pottstown Regional Public Library opened its doors Tuesday, but for now it's by appointment only. Part of Ludwig Road in New Hanover will close Monday for bridge repairs. And, the (Census) end is near.
Friends of the Pottstown Library have a mysterious deal you just can't pass up. Speaking of books, an author claims there are five business scenarios never to be Zoomed. And, The Post turns 12.
Whether parents and their students go online, or rely on its curbside service hours, the Pottstown Public Library has a wide range of learning and entertainment resources to enliven education at home.
Retrieving books or other materials at the library? You'll be greeted curbside! Pottstown Superintendent Rodriquez offers valuable tips learned in the pandemic. And 2021 municipal budgets aren't far off.
Representatives of the Home for Orphans of Odd Fellows of Pennsylvania, which promotes children's literacy, have presented a $10,000 grant to Pottstown's library for digital literacy and tech tools.
The executive director of Pottstown's library has accepted a county-level promotion, so two veteran library employees were named Monday as interim co-directors for library operations.
It'll be a summer of celestial education, starry-eyed wonder, and take-your-breath-away entertainment at the Pottstown Regional Public Library, 500 E. High St.
Local artists are spending the month of March to transform 20 wooden chairs into imaginative and collectible artworks, in a "Chair-ity" fund-raiser to benefit the Pottstown Regional Public Library.