State Police Sunny Day Camps, like the one sponsored by Troop K in Skippack, let special needs and disabled individuals get to know troopers and have fun outdoors. They've been canceled for this year.
Utility company PECO Energy has obtained a highway occupancy permit to conduct daytime construction work next Monday through Friday on Route 29 in Pennsburg borough.
Construction work, delayed by the coronavirus outbreak, to replace the Route 63 bridge over the east branch of the Perkiomen Creek in Upper Salford is scheduled to resume next Wednesday.
Data from Pottstown and Phoenixville hospitals will be supplied to the world-recognized Mayo Clinic in Minnesota for its research into using "convalescent plasma" to treat severely ill COVID-19 victims.
Citing higher coronavirus-related expenses and a substantial drop in revenues, Tower Health said Tuesday it would begin temporary layoffs that would equal 1,000 full-time employees.
A portion of Zieglerville Road in Lower Frederick Township was closed most of Monday, so a crew working for PennDOT could dislodge debris from its bridge over Goshenhoppen Creek.
Between Gravel Pike and Goshen Road, Zieglerville Road in Lower Frederick will be closed to traffic Monday (April 20) as workers for PennDot clear debris from beneath the bridge over Goshenhoppen Creek.
The coronavirus outbreak has not stopped Pennsylvania's Department of Military and Veterans Affairs from doing business, its leader said Saturday. His office is continuing to process veterans' benefits.