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Limerick Park Doubles As Yard For Annual Sale

The township parks and recreation department will conduct its open-to-the-public annual

PA Seniors’ Anxiety Up As Election Draws Closer

An AARP Pennsylvania poll shows that likely voters age 50-and-older in

Magazine Features Ciders From Phoenixville, Boyertown

Blue Marble Beverages in Phoenixville and Frecon Cidery in Boyertown, both

Family Dollar, Eyeing Sanatoga, Bought By A Rival

Just last Thursday the discount retailer proposed to build a store

Charter School Ruling May Trouble Area Districts

A Tuesday state court ruling may have a detrimental effect on

Representative Plans Twin Public Budget Meetings

Now that the state budget is approved, Lower Pottsgrove's representative wants

Usually Known As ‘Pastor Bill,’ Now Call Him Author

"Pastor Bill" Beck of the Spring City Fellowship has written a

Painter Appointed To House Commerce Committee

The state representative for Lower Pottsgrove, Pottstown and Limerick has a

Farm Goods Might Help Seniors On Fixed Budgets

A state program is making vouchers available to qualified senior citizens

Royersford’s Italia Manages Isett Engineering Office

Former banker and local economic development advocate Carmen Italia has been

Grand Opening Launches Rothman Limerick Hospital

The company that specializes in orthopaedic and musculoskeletal medical care has

Schools’ Funding A Hostage In Budget Standoff

Gov. Tom Corbett has limited options in dealing with the $29

Have You Noticed? Route 100 Ride’s A Bit Smoother

Traffic is flowing more easily, PennDOT reports, with shorter drive times

Legislature Considers Teacher Layoff Rules Changes

Tenure has been one of the sole determinants of who-goes-first during

House Budget Banks On Liquor Stores Sale Money

After months of discussion and delay, the Pennsylvania House Appropriations Committee