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Saturday, June 19

  • Keep Healthy Next Week
    A weekly review of free or low-cost local seminars, support groups, screenings, tests and clinics to help you stay healthy and fit, sponsored or conducted by community health care organizations.

Friday, June 18

  • Townships Authorize Interchange Map
    Earlier this month it was Limerick’s turn; on Friday, it was Lower Pottsgrove’s. Now both townships have authorized creation of official maps to graphically show where roads might go, and how traffic would flow, across land expected to be developed at the Sanatoga interchange of U.S. Route 422.

Thursday, June 17

  • Stuff To Do This Weekend
    Everyone’s raving about “Ragtime” at Pottstown’s Tri-County Performing Arts Center; see it. Folks are getting their veggies at the farm market in Boyertown; shop it. The Soap Box Derby returns to Pottstown; cheer it. And whatever you do, bring Dad.
  • Fresh On Facebook for Thursday
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    • Do Teachers Make A Difference?
      Almost everyone answers “yes,” but Doubting Thomases on the fringes of education always seem to demand proof. Thanks to an e-mail sent Saturday (June 12) to a Boyertown blogger, here’s proof.
    • Needed In Pennsylvania: Business Encouragement
      Chamber of commerce leaders from across the state pleaded Tuesday in Harrisburg for a more business-friendly environment.
    • Go Get ‘Em, Nate
      Another would-be politician announced Wednesday that he’s interested in running for public office in Montgomery County. Difference is, Nate Webster is only 18 years old.
    • A Video For Your Teens, And Maybe For You
      (Video) Teens sometimes don’t listen to their parents, particularly if the ‘rents are discussing topics the teens prefer to ignore. Texting while driving may be one such topic, which could make this video helpful.

Wednesday, June 16

  • Fresh On Facebook for Wednesday
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    • Keeping Vigil On The BP Oil Spill
      (Video) A singer-guitarist performed as part of a vigil kept last week in Pottstown’s Riverfront Park regarding the still-problematic BP oil spill affecting the Gulf.
    • The Baby’s Here … Almost
      Royersford photographer Gail Anne Bunning likes to have fun with her subjects. On Monday she celebrated maternity with one (OK, two) of them.
    • Recruiters, Please Take Note
      (Video) Pottstown resident Taylor Kelly can hit and field softballs with the best of ’em. Now she needs to catch the eye of college coaches.
    • The Mead, A Food Blog, And Thou
      A Philadelphia area food blogger has nice things to say about the operators and products of Stonekeep Meadery in Birdsboro.
    • Bad News, Then Worse News In Collegeville
      The families of St. Eleanor’s School are dealing with unsettling headlines.

Tuesday, June 15

Monday, June 14

  • Still Time To Plan For National Night Out
    Five area municipalities, including Royersford, Spring City and Phoenixville, have signed up to conduct National Night Out activities on Aug. 3. More can still be registered, organizers say, in the public display of neighborhood and police cooperation. The Post wants to help promote what’s scheduled in your community.
  • Bikers Ride From Pottstown Against Kidney Disease
    (With Video) The National Kidney Foundation benefited Sunday from the second annual motorcycle run between Pottstown Memorial Medical Center and a fun-filled day at an Oaks park.

Sunday, June 13

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