Montgomery County's three elected commissioners arrive tonight (Monday, March 24), after two postponements, to meet with area residents at the Lower Pottsgrove municipal building.
The displays that opened Saturday (March 22) at Macy's Department Store in New York City can't hold a candle to the Philadelphia production, but they were pretty nonetheless. With 10 photos.
The most entertaining aspect of New York City is its people. There were characters from all walks of life out for a Saturday (March 22) stroll on the streets of the Big Apple. With 7 photos.
A federal grant would pay for 80 percent of the proposed $500,000 walkway that would follow Lewis Road. The township would cover the remainder, but hopes to pick up state financial help.
Your commute on eastbound U.S. Route 422 across Lower Pottsgrove and North Coventry townships may be a bit slower through month's end, as traffic is limited to one lane for bridge work.
A 22-year First Day of Spring tradition continues today (Thursday) from noon to 9 p.m. at Rita's Italian Ice stores in Pottstown and Royersford. Every visitor gets their treat free.
Robert Gannett will discuss the fragile balance between being an insider and an outsider in advocating for community action, as well as that between freedom and community responsibility.
Montgomery County's Housing Authority is looking to upgrade the heating, ventilating and air conditioning system, and mitigate a potential for radon, at Golden Age Manor on Walnut Street.
Bidding starts April 21, and the minimum opening offer is $700,000. That might be a bargain, but a low sale price could add to municipal tax revenue woes in coming years.
Greater Pottstown area members of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants offer a series of dos-and-don'ts if you find yourself owing money to Uncle Sam this year.
Sites have been consolidated, so Lower Pottsgrove and Limerick locations no longer appear on this year's lists. Events are planned, however, for Royersford, Collegeville and Harleysville.
A second Youth Social Entrepreneurship Conference to be held March 14 and 15 in Phoenixville emphasizes how socially driven or responsible businesses can make a difference.
If school districts like Pottsgrove, Pottstown and Spring-Ford hope for more money in the coming year, their leaders are going to have to jump through hoops to get at it.