The new degree at the Pottstown and Blue Bell campuses of Montgomery County Community College offers a clear path
Dancer and dance instructor Barbara “Habiba” Siegel will be a featured lecturer April 28 (Monday) at the Royersford Library, in a program that's appropriate for children and adults.
This year's student exhibition opens Wednesday (April 16), and includes painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, installations, mixed media and photography. Sixteen artists are featured.
It'll be good exercise, and educational too, as you learn about the Baptism Creek National Recreation Trail.
There's no agreement, yet, that Montgomery County and Lower Pottsgrove will work together to replace the Rupert Road bridge near the Limerick township line. Commissioners on Monday, however, saw how a new bridge might look.
A sizable percentage of teens and young adults, the biggest consumers of energy drinks, think they're safe. Their caffeine levels spike heart rates and blood pressure, though.
The number of its students who increased proficiency in reading, math and occupational skills during 2011-2012 rose by double-digit percentages, the state reported.
You know you waited too long. You know the income tax filing deadline is Tuesday. Don't know what to do next? You might qualify for help from Rep. Mark Painter.
The 70-minute session in Blue Bell, with a simulcast in Pottstown, is intended to serve as a starting point in identifying drug and alcohol abuse and getting help for those affected.
Safe food handling is the goal of a restaurant-sponsored course that will be conducted next month by Montgomery County Cooperative Extension.
On today's Food Page: Grilled American Lamb Sirloin, Turkey And Brie Grilled Cheese, Ancho Chile-Rubbed Grilled T-Bones, Cheesy Bacon And Egg Casserole, and Peanut Butter and Banana Shake.
It's easy to describe the Mathias Botanical Garden, on the southeast side of the UCLA campus in Los Angeles, as restful. It's another thing entirely to try and call it quiet.
A Sunday editorial in the student-run University of Pittsburgh newspaper took employers to task for using college admissions' test scores as a method of pre-screening job candidates.
Walk down the breakfast cereal aisles at supermarkets in Limerick and elsewhere, and you may have the eerie feeling someone's watching you. They are.
The firm that manages The Mercury for its owner, an investment fund, laid off almost 50 staffers Wednesday in New York City. That's led to national speculation that its newspapers, like Pottstown's, will again be put up for sale.