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!
Pottstown >> Pottstown will let its colors burst once more on the Fourth of July. Fireworks will "absolutely" be a part of this year's Independence Day activities, according to Marcia Levengood, co-founder of Independence Day Ltd. "We just have to raise the money," she said.Levengood said that a contract has been signed and a d […]
CHESTER >> Another day, another turn of the goalkeeping carousel for the Philadelphia Union. Three days before an already daunting trip to Vancouver, Union manager Jim Curtin has plenty of ideas as to who his goalkeeper won't be, but few as to who will actually be between the posts Saturday.
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Royersford >> With the May 18 primary election approaching, three candidates are vying for two open seats in Region 1 of the Spring-Ford Area School Board, which covers Upper Providence. Incumbents Bernard Petit and Will Cromley are facing a challenge from Edward Dressler. While each candidate is cross-filed on the ballot, their political party is incl […]