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!
Rita Ritter almost didn't see the dilapidated Victorian house on Perkiomen Avenue in Reading. "It was surrounded by mulberry trees and bushes," she said. "It was a gem waiting to be polished."The house had been vacant for years, and water had leaked through three floors. Ritter uprooted poison ivy and "rehabbed, rewired" ev […]
By Sue Kovach Shuman Special to The Washington Post
By REBECCA CATAGNUSFor 21st Century MediaThroughout history food has been an important part of celebration and an integral part of sharing traditions from one generation to the next. As the Christian holiday of Easter quickly approaches, many local families are preparing their tables and making ready the foods of their culture.
Alcoholics Anonymous - Meetings at St. John School, 301 Cherry St., Pottstown, 5:30 and 8:30 p.m.***Pottstown Area Seniors' Center - Line dancing, 10 a.m.; healthy steps, 10:30 a.m.; piano/violin, noon; art class, 1 p.m.***Al Anon Family Group - Meeting at St. John's United Church of Christ, High and Price streets, Pottstown, 10 a.