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Well-Rehearsed ‘Blue Plates’ Play State Next Week

"The Blue Plate Specials, a well-known Philadelphia area blues band, performs

Pottstown Congregation Sale, Age 50+, Back Again

The rummage sale, flea market and bake sale conducted at Congregation

Rupert Students Show Grandparents How They Learn

With 14 photos. Wednesday was Grandparents and Grandfriends Day for students

YWCA Asks Support In Week’s ‘NoXcuses’ Campaign

There's no excuse for violence, the Pottstown-based YWCA Tri-County Area consistently

Pottstown Wins $400,000 Learning Centers Grant

It was one of two federal program grants presented Monday in

Hill School Participants Explore Technology Lessons

6 photos. Potential additions and enhancements to the curriculum at The

Carnival Day At Lincoln Leaves Everyone Smiling

A dunk tank was among the attractions Thursday during Carnival Day

CanJam Smiles, Like Music And Beer, Were Everywhere

31 photos. The day was gorgeous. The crowd, well behaved. The

People, Pets Head To Proximity Cafe For ‘Yappiness’

Humans and pets alike seemed to have a good time Saturday

Mod Musical ‘Shout’ Opens Steel River 7th Season

Explore the dawn of the women's movement, and sing along with

Pottstown End Violence Campaign Set For Saturday

The "Stop The Violence" Crusade is scheduled from noon to 4

It’s C-O-O-L Inside Boyertown’s Upgraded Museum

Two new heating, ventilation and air conditioning units have made a

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

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

Still Works In Pottstown Isn’t Ancient, But Charming

Yes, the Manatawny Still Works' location on Circle of Progress Drive

Olivet Club Funds MCCC Scholarships At Ricketts Center

The Olivet Boys And Girls Club, which operates the Ricketts Community

YWCA Tri-County Names Three To Its Board

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

Two Homestead Board Members Retire This Month

Collectively, Friends of the Daniel Boone Homestead board members Bradford Kissam

Pottstown Wants To Hear From Young Students’ Parents

School officials want to know what they can do to help