Today at The Post
Bursich Associates, the Sanatoga firm which served for decades as Lower Pottsgrove's appointed engineer, has voluntarily severed its ties with the township. A new firm, McCarthy Engineering Associates, is its successor.
To save money, the Tower Health network of practices and physicians may change radically by June, its president said Monday. Some offices may close, others may consolidate. Personnel would be affected.
Limerick police, on their Facebook page, report that Lightcap Road will be temporarily closed for limited hours daily through Thursday between Airport and Possum Hollow roads. A culvert is being fixed.
Since its 2013 start, Douglass (Montgomery) police have been part of every "National Drug Take Back Initiative" held in the county. Last month the department safely disposed of another 63 pounds of unwanted meds.
Eastern Berks police officers as of Friday continued their search to identify, locate, and talk with a male who was first seen May 2 (Monday) in apparently local surveillance video, handling tires in a pick-up truck.
Ryan Lehman, a local farmer with equipment needed to harvest hay on Lower Pottsgrove-owned land at North Pleasant View and Bliem roads, won another contract for the job in 2021. Both sides win in the deal
A Zoom online seminar May 19 from noon to 1 p.m. is intended to introduce the Pottstown area public and others to the state's new health insurance marketplace, called Pennie, and the coverage it offers.
The annual event geared toward families of children with autism is planned for May 22 (Saturday) at the Spring Valley YMCA. It's open to the public and free. In another school district? You're invited!