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Pottsgrove Proposes 4-Day Live Classroom Option

Pottsgrove Proposes 4-Day Live Classroom Option

With coronavirus transmissions declining to "moderate" levels in Montgomery County, the Pottsgrove School District hopes it can get students into classrooms four-days-a-week by April if families choose.

Here’s How Lower Pottsgrove Spent $495,446 in November

Here’s How Township Spent $541,211 in January

Lower Pottsgrove has issued its monthly financial warrant for November 2020, as approved by the Board of Commissioners. It documents where revenues came from, and how money was spent, during the month.

MontCo Viewers Invited to Join Tompkins' Webinar

MontCo Viewers Invited to Join Tompkins’ Webinar

The popularity elsewhere of a webinar series geared toward women and their financial health has prompted Tompkins Financial Advisors to expand its audience to Montgomery and Berks counties.

Pottsgrove Endorses Proposed Charter School Reforms

Pottsgrove Endorses Proposed Charter School Reforms

In a letter issued Friday, the Pottsgrove School District offered advance praise to state Gov. Tom Wolf and locally elected legislators for a proposed, PA budget-related package of charter school reforms.

Mensch Returning to Senate Committee Assignments

Mensch Returning to Senate Committee Assignments

Western Montgomery County state Sen. Bob Mensch has received return appointments in the current legislative session to five committees, three caucuses, and other positions, he said Thursday.

Hay Fire Damages Siding at Home Under Construction

Hay Fire Damages Siding at Home Under Construction

An unextinguished tobacco product is considered a possible cause of a hay fire Thursday that damaged siding outside a home under construction in the Spring Valley Farms community in Sanatoga.

Colleges Collaborate on Path to Earn BSN Degree

Colleges Collaborate on Path to Earn BSN Degree

Montgomery County Community College and York College of Pennsylvania are offering an online curriculum that allows MCCC associate's degree nursing graduates to earn a bachelor's degree in nursing.

Out-of-Pocket Costs A Health Concern, Survey Shows

Out-of-Pocket Costs A Health Concern, Survey Shows

A significant number of Pennsylvanians, as well as residents across the nation, fear out-of-pocket health care costs have risen beyond their ability to pay. A new study claims they're looking for help.

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