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!
A Temple University professor who is also a resident of Penn Valley was indicted Thursday on allegations of wire fraud that is alleged to have been connected to a scheme to provide classified technology to China, according to an indictment and a press release from United States Attorney Zane David Memeger, and FBI Special Agent-in-Charge Edward J.
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WHITPAIN >> Pride in the accomplishments of the Montgomery County Community College Class of 2015 and in the institution itself was evident at its commencement ceremony Thursday evening, the last for Karen Stout, who has served as the school's president for the last 14 years.Unseasonable cold did little to chill the enthusiasm brought by graduates […]
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Phoenixville >> For the first time in nearly 20 years, the Phoenixville Area School District will have a zero tax increase.That was the word from finance director Chris Gehris, after the school board unanimously approved the 2015-16 budget Thursday, which calls for approximately $85.1 million in expenditures, and $84.