Small Locomotive Owners, Local Officials Ride The Rail

An out-of-town group of gas-powered locomotive owners visited Boyertown PA last week for a special kind of fall thrill ride.

Need Outdoor Fright? Head To Headless Man’s Bridge

You may, or may not, see the headless man who is said to haunt Dreibelbis Station Bridge, about an hour's drive northwest of Sanatoga. It's a pleasant ride to get there, however, and the covered bridge represents one of

State House Politicians Create New PA Tourism Agency

Pennsylvania legislators voted Tuesday to create the Pennsylvania Tourism Commission, and to establish a tax credit for businesses who give money to support the commission’s fund.

Tell The Chairman! Cast Iron Chef Heads To Pottstown

If you're a fan of the Iron Chef cooking series on television, you'll know the Chairman is the man who stages its competitions. He'd surely want to know about the Cast Iron Chef presentation being planned Oct. 19 in

Come Along For Pottstown Carousel’s Flavorful Ride

This coming Sunday is Pottstown's opportunity to once again show off its culinary chops. The annual Carousel Of Flavor dining experience on downtown High Street returns to benefit the visitor-attracting borough carousel project.

Mount Holly Resident Painted The Town, Literally

Long-time Mount Holly NJ resident and self-taught artist Hugh Campbell, whose impressionistic works are found in many important collections, is the focus of The Warden's House Gallery, 150 High St., Mount Holly. It's open Thursdays through Sundays.

New Jersey Church Fun Day Traces Historic Roots

A "Living History Family Fun Day" to be held in Mount Laurel NJ during October will be open to all interested in learning about the struggles and faith of African-Americans during the 1800s.

Each Summer In New Holland, They Celebrate The Pig

There are plenty of meats to enjoy on a grill or from a smoker at the height of summer, but during the New Holland PA annual Summer Fest barbecue cook-off championships, most folks squeal in delight at the sight

‘Wild’ Surprise Discovered While Exploring Sunset Park

Sunset Park on North Charlotte Street in Upper Pottsgrove Township is a quiet place to take a short walk, enjoy a picnic, or throw some horseshoes. If you're lucky, you might even discover a surprise or two.

The Post Explores Adventure Aquarium In Camden NJ

Adventure Aquarium is part of Camden NJ's waterfront entertainment complex. It's easily reached from almost anywhere in Southeastern Pennsylvania by car or public transportation, and offers several hours of family fun in the aquatic world. Its sharks are the

Take A Guided Schuylkill Canal Tour In Your Kayak

Get out the life jackets, polish up the paddles. The Schuylkill Canal Association is offering a guided kayak and canal tour of the river-and-canal-loop Sunday at the canal park in Mont Clare PA. Boaters can even "lock through" at

Flitter With Butterflies Monday At Nursery Lecture

Pottstown resident and nationally-known butterfly expert Ron Richael will be the guest lecturer Monday, "Butterfly Day," at Behmerwald Nursery in Schwenksville PA. After his talk, the nursery is giving away some butterfly-attracting plants.

Stray Deep Down Under In Kutztown Crystal Caves’ Visit

Just 45 minutes north of Sanatoga, and several minutes deeper too, lies a natural wonder that's interested millions of people since 1871: the Crystal Caves of Kutztown PA. Visit there in person, or take a new 3-minute tour offered

Visiting Rodders May Return For Eastwood Cruise-Ins

The annual Summer Classic Road Tour sponsored by Eastwood Corp. brought hundreds of vintage car owners to Pottstown last month. Some of them expect to be back for the borough company's cruise-in days, Aug. 17 and Sept. 1.

Historical Group Prepares For 37th Hay Creek Festival

The Hay Creek Valley Historical Association describes the upcoming 37th edition of the Hay Creek Festival in Morgantown PA as an "extraordinary historical adventure." Complete with food, crafts, demonstrations and fun, it runs Sept. 6-8.