ROG Orthodontics expanded its footprint in the Lower Pottsgrove business community last week by completing renovations at and moving in to the former bank building at 1830 E. High St.
Montgomery County and Pennsylvania as a whole are free of the occasionally deadly coronavirus that began in China, the county health office said, and the threat to date seems low.
Lower Pottsgrove's Civil Service Commission has hired a solicitor for future legal needs. Representatives of Pottstown law firm of Wells, Hoffman, Holloway, and Medvesky will fill that role.
Get a spooky chill, and maybe a romantic thrill, during the two-day (Feb. 15 and 15), fifth annual Valentine’s Ghost Tour at Briton Lodge on West Schuylkill Road in Douglassville.
A man whose photo was captured in surveillance video at a local ATM is being sought by the Boyertown Police Department in the alleged theft of more than $1,000 in an unauthorized credit card use.
A man who reportedly pays for his sandwich at the North Coventry Wawa, but allegedly leaves there without paying for other lunch items, is being sought by police who want to put the bite on him.
Try your skill Feb. 1 at winning a variety of designer-made purses in a special bingo fund-raiser that assists Happy 2 Be Home, the Gilbertsville non-profit working with families of disabled children.
Reflections on civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King will be offered tonight in Pottstown and Gilbertsville churches. Service events in his name are set today in Douglassville and Schwenksville.