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College Marks 10th Year of Art Students’ Competition

Its annual exhibit of, and awards ceremony for, works of students at Montgomery County Community College opens April 1 in Pottstown.

East Auxiliary Holds Crafts Bazaar This Week

Money it raises from the event, and overall operation of the gift shop at Pottstown Memorial Medical Center, helps fund grants distributed by the Pottstown Health and Wellness Foundation.

Editor’s Pottstown Selections Monday In The Post

Investigation continues in Friday night Pottstown homicide; what to do now with Edgewood Elementary?; good news, SEPTA riders, no fare hike coming; and Sanatoga Corp.'s milestone.

Boone Beerfest Features Up To 25 Breweries

The second annual Boone's Beerfest fund-raiser to benefit the historic Daniel Boone Homestead is anticipated to open May 9 with many breweries in attendance.

No Need To Argue At Pottstown High, With This Plan

High school English teacher Melissa DiBlasi is showing her Pottstown students a thing or two about how to be persuasive people.

Delay Possible Next Week On Route 100 South

Road widening on a portion of Route 100 in Chester County near Exton will close one lane in both directions for much of the daytime throughout next week.

Boyertown, OJR Win National Music Designations

They were two of 388 school districts said to be found in the nation's "Best Communities for Music Education."

Editor’s Pottstown Selections Thursday In The Post

Convicted robbery getaway driver can't get away from his sentence; the governor's proposal to raise PA taxes on the goods you buy; and the Apple-Comcast duel over TV you may want to see.

MCCC Looking For Outstanding Teacher Nominations

Know of a Montgomery County Community College teacher who's done an outstanding job in and outside the classroom? Select him or her to receive an award.

Editor’s Pottstown Selections Wednesday In The Post

A new controversy for the Phillies Fire Company in Pottstown: its water bill; Wolf plan to pay down school pension debt faces trouble; and a macaroni and cheese recall involving metal pieces.

Rupert Elementary Invites DEAR Day Guest Readers

The annual "Drop Everything And Read" Day will again be packed with well-known local faces of guests who will share their love of reading with Rupert students.

Sheep-Shearing Part of Boone Home Activity May 3

The historic Birdsboro PA birthplace of 18th Century frontiersman Daniel Boone observes May 3 as Children's Day by shearing its sheep of wool in advance of the summer.

Engineers Explore Keim Bridge Alternatives

Part of the years-long process in replacing the Keim Street bridge between Pottstown and North Coventry is determining a location for its reconstruction.

Citgo Owner Receives Township Citations

There's been more legal activity on the part of Lower Pottsgrove in its attempt to clean up the Citgo gas station near the Pottstown borough line.

Jazz Band Entertains YWCA Tri-County Winners

Pottstown High's Jazz Band offered some rousing numbers Tuesday to an attentive and welcoming audience.

College Symposium Presents Poet Richard Blanco

Blanco wrote and read a poem for the second inauguration ceremony of President Barack Obama. Now he'll be the speaker during the Montgomery County Community College Presidential Symposium.

Brinkley And Bear Know How A Great Day Looks

In Pottstown, it's got sun and snow, and a caring owner behind them.

Pottstown Police Offer New Officer Exam

A written exam this is the first step in applying for a job as a police officer will be administered March 28 at Pottstown High School. Candidates must apply by Wednesday (March 11), though.