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Editor’s Pottstown Selections Thursday In The Post

Kitchen grease fire on North Charlotte Street; three hold up Pottstown adult book store; one charged after Pottstown home

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Pottstown’s First Math Olympians Count On Fun

With 10 photos. Fourth graders from Rupert, Barth, Franklin and Lincoln elementary schools in Pottstown competed against each other Thursday in their first and fun, but challenging, Math Olympiad.

Pottstown Students Show Their Stuff On Track

With 5 photos. These athletes from Pottstown Middle School were high-energy performers.

Volunteers Dug In, Literally, To Build Garden

With 6 photos. Volunteers of all ages came out Wednesday night to the 300 block of Walnut Street and pitched in to help MOSAIC Community Land Trust build a new garden park.

Shoutin’ About A Sing-Out Wednesday At Franklin

With 3 photos. Franklin Elementary Schoo's staff reveled in satisfaction during Wednesday's Art and Music Night. Its fourth-graders sounded great, and visitors packed the place.

Veterans, Military Ride Weekend Express Free

Current and veteran members of U.S. Armed Forces are being treated during the Memorial Day Weekend to free rides on the Colebrookdale Railroad's special express excursions from Boyertown.

Pottstown Man Charged After 422 Accident

SANATOGA PA – A Pottstown man and a female riding in his vehicle were arrested last Tuesday (May 12, 2015) after the dark-colored sedan he was driving swerved along the sides of westbound U.S. Route 422 near the Sanatoga

Editor’s Pottstown Selections Thursday In The Post

Kitchen grease fire on North Charlotte Street; three hold up Pottstown adult book store; one charged after Pottstown home invasion; and DA honors borough firefighter and former councilman.

Editor’s Pottstown Selections Wednesday In The Post

A tax swap vote Tuesday in the PA House, intended to help property owners; Pottstown fire merger facilitator out; Bahamas teen receives borough professionals' assistance.

Pottstown Program Explores Its ‘Beverage History’

The whiskey and rum served when historic Pottsgrove Manor was operated as a hotel and bar are revisited in an upcoming June 13 program sponsored by the borough's Manatawny Still Works.

Rotary Club Sponsors B-To-B Mixer June 3

The Wednesday night event introduces the Pottstown Rotary Club to local business leaders who may be unfamiliar with it, and also looks to help them connect with others.

District Spotlights Science Assembly, Reality Fair

A humorous "science teller's" visit to Barth Elementary School, and the Reality Fair at Pottstown High School, both are featured in Pottstown schools' May 2015 Spotlight video.

Pottstown Part Of Study’s Local Safety Rankings

Of 214 municipalities ranked statewide for safety, Pottstown ranked at 205; Lower Pottsgrove landed in the middle of the pack at 149th, Limerick came in at 106, Safest locally? New Hanover Township, 13th.

Editor’s Pottstown Selections Saturday In The Post

Pottstown Healthy Lifestyles Expo attracts hundreds; 3 stand trial in alleged Pottstown burglaries, arson; vacant borough home catches fire; and dealing with the attack of the pollen vortex.

New ‘Blast From The Past’ Moving To Pottstown

The company that for years pumped out award-winning classic cars and street vehicles in Sanatoga is relocating to Pottstown with a new name and different owners.

Editor’s Pottstown Selections Thursday In The Post

Pottstown fireworks return; Deputies seek deadbeat Pottstown parents; New traffic light eases Route 724 congestion; and re-opening West Pottsgrove's pool, maybe.

Tantalizing Twists Emerge From Pretzel Fest

Flour, water, yeast, butter, sugar, salt. It doesn't take much to make a pretzel, but to create a good time with pretzels takes imagination, some cooking artistry, and the folks in Lititz PA.

Editor’s Pottstown Selections Tuesday In The Post

Pottstown police arrest six Saturday at DUI checkpoint; Sly Fox goat races bring thousands to Pottstown; and the borough's monthly car show returns.

To The East, Planning For A Bakken Emergency

Emergency management officials in neighboring Lower Pottsgrove will work this week to determine how they'll respond if a crude oil train derailed there.