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Editor’s Pottstown Selections Wednesday In The Post

A nasty Pottstown crash leaves three injured; Montgomery County launches a

Former Staff Chief Coordinator In DelCo

Mike Lavanga, once chief of staff for Pottstown's former state Rep.

Editor’s Pottstown Selections Thursday In The Post

Convicted robbery getaway driver can't get away from his sentence; the

Editor’s Pottstown Selections Wednesday In The Post

A new controversy for the Phillies Fire Company in Pottstown: its

With Eye On Its Tax Policies, Poachers Target PA

Pennsylvania has the second-highest corporate tax rate in the country. Florida

What’s In What Budget Address?, Businesses Wonder

The governor is expected to talk March 3 about how he'll

Pottstown Rep Joins Higher Education Subcommittee

The state representative who serves Lower Pottsgrove, Limerick, Royersford, and part

Editor’s Pottstown Selections Monday In The Post

Pottstown's state senator thinks this is the year to pass new

Editor’s Pottstown Selections Tuesday In The Post

The Salvation Army hopes to improve Pottstown guest facilities; a borough

Mensch Named Vets Affairs’ Vice Chairman

The state senator, who represents the borough of Pottstown and its

Wolf Inauguration Luncheon Lesson At The Hill

The Tuesday inauguration of Hill School graduate Tom Wolf as Pennsylvania's

Another Chance Seen For PA Medical Marijuana

State senators who this year pushed for Pennsylvania's legalization of marijuana

Sierra Club Poll Sees Support For Energy Choices

In a recent Sierra Club poll, a substantial number of Pennsylvania

Court Case May Affect Local Charter School Costs

The state Supreme Court hears a case Tuesday over whether Philadelphia

Got A Spare $14,500? PA Needs To Settle A Debt

Pennsylvania has more than $38.9 billion in assets, but more than

Pesky Harrisburg Squirrels Have Four Fewer Trees

Saying he had to solve a squirrel problem at the governor's

State Politicians Duke It Out Over Education Funding

Education funding is the prime subject as state politicians have done

Think Summer’s Hot? You Shoulda Been At Capitol

Crowded. Claustrophobic. Sweaty. Miserable. Those were descriptions of state budget discussions