Thursday ‘News Feed’ From The Post Publications

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You’re reading News Feed for Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017, a local news experiment from The Post. It focuses on articles curated from and linked to a variety of sources. They’re anticipated to be of interest to Post Publications’ readers, but could not be covered by The Post staff.


Sly Fox Brewing seeks to tap more business in Berks
As redevelopment of the VF Outlet Center continues, behind-the-scenes efforts are also under way to fill the space when the work is complete. Sly Fox Brewing may be one of the complex’s new tenants. (WFMZ-TV)

Pottstown Police to conduct teen seat belt enforcement
Pottstown Police are stepping up their game when it comes to teen seat belt enforcement. (The Mercury)

Gilbertsville and West

Hay Creek Annual Apple Fest Next Weekend
It’s all about the apples, and the many ways they can be consumed, during the yearly apple festival scheduled for Oct. 14 and 15 at the historic Joanna Furnace Iron Works outside Morgantown PA. (Post Calendar)

The Pottsgroves

Pottsgrove school employees caught in middle of health care impasse
Pottsgrove School District employees were notified their insurance plan with Independence Blue Cross would not be in the network of area hospitals when Tower Health took over ownership Sunday. (Reading Eagle)

Individual High School Football Stats For Week 6
Pottsgrove’s Rahsul Faison and Jay Sisko top the rushing and passing lists, respectively. (PAC-10 Sports)

Limerick and East

Exelon Limerick Hosts Community Open House
Employees of the Limerick Generating Station operated by Exelon will throw open its doors tonight (Thursday, Oct. 5) from 4-7 p.m. for a community open house. (Post Calendar)

Old Collegeville Inn Redevelopment Approved
Lower Providence has approved the redevelopment plan for the former Collegeville Inn, which will become Providence Place Senior Center. (Patch)

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