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Pottstown Celebrates Dr. King’s Life Sunday

Martin Luther King observances Sunday, let your kids read Saturday to a dog at Pottstown Library, a Boyertown art

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Editor’s Pottstown Selections Thursday In The Post

Pottstown firefighters want extension on consolidation deadline; wanted Stowe woman arrested in Arizona; and Ben and Jerry's next flavor?

This Year’s Expo Theme Getting, Staying Healthy

Planning is already under way for the Healthy Lifestyles Expo that state Rep. Tom Quigley and other co-sponsors will bring back in May to Pottstown. Once again, admission will be free.

Ahead For 422 Drivers: Ramp Closures, Lane Shifts

Beginning in April or May, changes PennDOT must make to continue progress on the reconstruction of U.S. Route 422 will result in new driving patterns and some inconvenience for motorists.

Editor’s Pottstown Selections Tuesday In The Post

PA residents in train "danger zones; Wolf budget unveiling Tuesday; arrested man had video cams in dressing rooms at King Of Prussia; and new statistics on teen date assaults.

Jazz Ambassadors, Pottstown Band Perform April 14

The U.S. Army Jazz Ambassadors, accompanied by the Pottstown High School Jazz Band, will play Sunnybrook Ballroom April 14. Tickets for the show are free. Distribution begins Tuesday.

Pottstown-Stowe Lions Flippin’ Flapjacks Again

The annual pancake breakfast that benefits the community activities of the Pottstown-Stowe Lions Club returns March 15 (Sunday) to the Goodwill Steam Fire Company on East High Street.

Editor’s Pottstown Selections Saturday In The Post

Preparing for a local crude oil disaster; two "wanted" lists, two separate arrests of Pottstown men; using Facebook to prevent a friend's suicide; and a water request for the nuclear plants.

Owen J. Roberts Grad Finishes Army Training

Members of his family live in Pottstown and Royersford. He's now serving in South Carolina.

Three Irish Bands Arrive March 7 In Boyertown

They'll play the State Theater beginning at 7 p.m., filling it with folk song harmonies, a variety of instrumental music, and bagpipers.

Editor’s Pottstown Selections Saturday In The Post

The dangers of crude oil passing through Pottstown; why its pays to have a bachelor's degree or better in your job search; and the new ways your kids have heard to get high.

With Eye On Its Tax Policies, Poachers Target PA

Pennsylvania has the second-highest corporate tax rate in the country. Florida is only the latest state that wants to take advantage of the difference and lure businesses south.

Editor’s Pottstown Selections Friday In The Post

Will Pottstown be ready March 31 for its fire company merger?; MontCo medical examiner links 6 deaths to area's cold; county commissioners will visit Pottstown; and public park ideas.

Editor’s Pottstown Selections Thursday In The Post

Arrested: a Pottstown man who allegedly misused money meant for his mom; Montgomery County veterans ID program wins an honor; and an alleged Coventry Mall thief is apprehended.

Tickets Available For Exceptional Women Dinner

Reservations are being taken now for the March 10 dinner at Brookside Country Club to honor the YWCA Tri-County Area's choices for Exceptional Women of 2015.

MCCC Association Hosts Alumni Network Event

The community college's alumni association wants to keep people connected, and hopes to see new faces and old during an event scheduled March 10 in Pottstown.

Partnership Brings Plays Back To State Theatre

Boyertown's State Theatre, transitioning from movies only to a full-time schedule of the arts, is working with a Fleetwood group to stage plays. Their first opens Feb. 26.

Police Enter Charges Against Gilbertsville Man

Lower Pottsgrove police allege he was driving under the influence when a two-car accident occurred on East High Street. He then tried to resist arrest, they added.

What’s In What Budget Address?, Businesses Wonder

The governor is expected to talk March 3 about how he'll fill the state's coming $2 billion deficit. He hopes to raise taxes on those making $90,000 or more, but that could be difficult.