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.
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.
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.
Among 22 municipalities within The Post's western Montgomery County coverage area, the highest numbers of persons infected by coronavirus as of Saturday were in Upper Providence, 83, and Pottstown, 48.
The Lower Frederick Fire Company on Monday (April 13, 2020) first sounded its siren to say thanks for medical workers' help in fighting COVID-19. Then, in a second special tribute, it sounded again to say thanks for the work and effort of the late Jim Keyser.
With video. Water levels in local tributaries like the Perkiomen Creek and Schuylkill River rose steadily, and moved swiftly, as Monday's full day of rain left western Montgomery County soggy.
Montgomery County's sheriff lists 111 properties available under May 27 scheduled foreclosures sales in the county's western half, with nearly 50 percent of them in Pottstown. The volume is growing, his office indicated.
Schwenksville Borough Council opened its first virtual meeting Thursday on a somber note, with a moment of silence to honor former Fire Chief Jim Keyser. He died earlier Thursday due to complications caused by coronavirus.