Two blood donation drives during October's Pottstown CARES events benefited those in medical need.
A free-to-the-public community education and activities fair held Saturday at The Hill School served as a preface for even bigger, and far more extensive, acts of hometown caring planned for this Friday.
With Video. Sure, it looked Wednesday like any other construction site, but it's another sign of Pottstown renovations and improvements now under way.
Enjoy some inexpensive ice skating at The Hill School and help it raise money in the fight against cancer.
The high school football stadium lights need to be replaced. The project's proposed cost: $225,000. The school board is casting about for ways to raise funds or share the financial burden.
Forty-eight Hill School students have wrapped up the year by collecting and delivering more than 4,750 pounds of clothing, books, and accessories to local charities.
The Hill School musical that begins tonight at its Center for the Arts on Beech Street in Pottstown offers a special surprise, blogger Evan Brandt reports. It won't cost you a dime.
The former Pottstown resident, by way of The Hill School, was unanimously elected Saturday by the board of trustees of West Nottingham Academy in Maryland as its head of school.