After 28 events since October 2010, the Positively Pottstown Happy Hour is taking a break! These mostly-monthly gatherings showcased local businesses, arts organizations, bakers, restaurants, and caterers and brought people together for networking. I have a feeling it won't be too long before we're all getting together again... in the meantime, be well and buy local!
The holidays are a stressful time for anyone, between the decorating and the gift giving, especially when you're the only breadwinner and your job is less than sufficient.Jane, whose name has been changed to protect her identity, is well versed in the struggle of providing for her children with a near minimum-wage job.
As we wind down toward the end of 2014 and the start of another year, The Mercury thanks our readers for another year of loyalty and for the remarkable generosity shown to those less fortunate through Operation Holiday.Giving to Operation Holiday are almost certain to top $40,000 again this year, marking 24 years that we have provided food and gifts to needy […]
I have a new ruling for this Christmas. I'm going to make a big Christmas dinner as usual but there will be no phones, no Facebook allowed. I am sick and tired of working hard and getting company and not being able to hold a decent conversation with them. Leave the phone in the car. I want to look at your face.