Pottstown first responders who cared for local residents and kept them safe during the COVID-19 pandemic will be collectively honored July 4 as grand marshal of the Independence Day parade.
If you had the opportunity to permanently work from home, would you? A new medical provider opens in Pottstown, offering depression therapy. And, the Pottstown Rotary Club annual duck races goes virtual.
Costumed kids, marching bands, howling fire engines, community floats, and the Phillie Phanatic! It's all in Pottstown's Oct. 25 Halloween parade. What more could you ask for?
The Rotary Club of Pottstown Duck Race for local charities and non-profits hits the quarter-century mark this year. The ducks float away Aug. 20, carrying thousands of dollars in prizes on their 3,500 backs.
A business-to-business mixer scheduled for March 16 by the Pottstown Rotary Club is intended to encourage local networking and, hopefully, interest visitors in the club's community activities.
An 8-year veteran of the Pottstown Police Department, Det. Heather Long was selected for the annual Pottstown Rotary Club honor due to her outstanding work.
The Wednesday night event introduces the Pottstown Rotary Club to local business leaders who may be unfamiliar with it, and also looks to help them connect with others.
They enjoyed early evening introductions at a popular Circle of Progress Drive meeting place.