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Let Your Kids Try Their Hand At Finding Treasure

A fun and family-oriented outdoor adventure in the growing sport of geocaching will be held for free June 7

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Well-Rehearsed ‘Blue Plates’ Play State Next Week

"The Blue Plate Specials, a well-known Philadelphia area blues band, performs next Saturday at the State Theatre in Boyertown. Tickets are available now.

Pottstown Congregation Sale, Age 50+, Back Again

The rummage sale, flea market and bake sale conducted at Congregation Hesed Shel Emet in Pottstown is more than 50 years old. Who knows what you'll find there this year?

Set Pottstown Sky Ablaze With 2 Bottles Of Wine

If you long to see a grand fireworks display return to Pottstown for Independence Day 2015, consider supporting a Nov. 2 fund-raiser at Lily's Grill downtown.

Pottsgrove Manor Brings History To Life Saturday

Its interactive events and demonstrations intend to show how 18th Century residents of Pottstown would have lived and worked.

Blood Drive Planned Friday At Pottstown High

With Video. Faculty member Mark Agnew welcomes public participation there, and created a short video about being prepared to donate blood.

Pottstown Device Makes Loading ‘Cycles A Breeze

Palladino Metal Fabrication has introduced the Cruiser Caddie.

Rupert Students Show Grandparents How They Learn

With 14 photos. Wednesday was Grandparents and Grandfriends Day for students in Pottstown's Rupert Elementary School. There were young and older smiles all 'round.

YWCA Asks Support In Week’s ‘NoXcuses’ Campaign

There's no excuse for violence, the Pottstown-based YWCA Tri-County Area consistently says. It's observing the annual Week Without Violence this week, and wants your social media help.

Site Offers Pottstown Residents Insurance Resources

A new website and three accompanying webinars, created in part by Penn State Cooperative Extension, may help Pottstown residents find health insurance coverage they need.

Pottstown Wins $400,000 Learning Centers Grant

It was one of two federal program grants presented Monday in Montgomery County. They money will be used to provide cultural enrichment activities to Pottstown School District students.

Hill School Participants Explore Technology Lessons

6 photos. Potential additions and enhancements to the curriculum at The Hill School in Pottstown were part of its trustees' meetings Friday.

Nothing Says Halloween Quite Like This Look

You'll know branding when you see it, the theory goes. It makes this photo self-explanatory.

Carnival Day At Lincoln Leaves Everyone Smiling

A dunk tank was among the attractions Thursday during Carnival Day at Pottstown's Lincoln Elementary School, where teachers and children alike laughed and played.

At 20, Conference Still Abreast Of Teaching Technology

The Montgomery County Community College Technology and Learning Conference for teachers hits a 20-year milestone this October, with special speakers and programs. Registration is under way.

Breakfast Awaiting Vets, From Senator In October

The annual breakfast hosted by state Sen. John Rafferty for area veterans is scheduled for Oct. 25 at Sunnybrook Ballroom. Seating is limited, though, so register in advance.

Bulge Combatant Historical Society Guest Speaker

A survivor of the World War II "Battle of the Bulge" will be the featured speaker of the Lower Pottsgrove Historical Society during its Oct. 8 meeting in Sanatoga.

CanJam Smiles, Like Music And Beer, Were Everywhere

31 photos. The day was gorgeous. The crowd, well behaved. The music, seemingly everywhere and non-stop. Oh, and there was beer and food too, Saturday at the annual CanJam in Pottstown.

People, Pets Head To Proximity Cafe For ‘Yappiness’

Humans and pets alike seemed to have a good time Saturday evening at the cafe on Pottstown's east side, and a new audience was introduced to the Mostly Muttz Rescue team.