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Think Summer’s Hot? You Shoulda Been At Capitol

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

Schools Funding A Hostage In Budget Stand-Off

Gov. Tom Corbett has limited options in dealing with the $29

‘Music Man’ In Its Final Week At Steel River Playhouse

Like the summer sun, catch "The Music Man" in Pottstown while

Senate Complicates Proposal To Downsize Legislature

The idea of reducing the size of Pennsylvania's Legislature seemed pretty

YWCA Tri-County Names Three To Its Board

Area residents Carol Graves, Cynthia Logan, and LaTanya White have joined

Size of PA’s Expensive Legislature Gets A New Look

A study by the Pew Charitable Trust concludes Pennsylvania's Legislature is

Quigley, Painter Set For Another Showdown In 146th

In what's being described as a classic rematch, 146th House District

Local Quarter Midget Drivers Represent Racing Future

Local drivers who are members of the Montgomery County Quarter Midget

Painter Offers Lease-Breaker Change In Abuse Cases

Victims of abuse or domestic violence could in some circumstances break

Obituary: Frederick M. Zlomek, 87, of Syracuse NY

Frederick M. "Fred" Zlomek, 87 - a loving husband, caring father,

Tri-County Chamber Names New Membership Director

He's a sales veteran with both domestic and international business experience.

Pottsgrove Manor Features ‘Death By Petticoat’ Author

A noted Virginia historian and author debunks myths about life in

Painter Makes It Official: He’ll Run For Re-Election

The Democrat who represents Lower Pottsgrove, Limerick and part of Pottstown

‘Vagina Monologues’ Reading Planned As V-Day Event

The play by Eve Ensler is being performed at Pottstown's Steel

Pottstown Gardener Offers Vitamin-Packed Thai Salad

The recipe was the subject of a Thursday blog article by

18 Pottstonians Made Dean’s List At Three Colleges

The vast majority announced Saturday attend Kutztown University.

Pottstown YWCA Event Explores Human Trafficking

People are being bought and sold as slaves for forced labor

Three Colleges Report 11 Area Dean’s List Honorees

The Sanatoga and Pottstown residents were lauded for their academic achievements.