Complications attributed to coronavirus infection caused the death of a fourth Upper Providence Township resident, Montgomery County officials reported Saturday.
Schwenksville council empathized Thursday with its property owners. It extended by a month their deadline to pay real estate taxes due, but also agreed to look at borrowing to pay borough bills.
Six local school districts are among more than 700 designees recently identified by the NAMM Foundation as the "Best Communities for Music Education" across the nation during 2020.
A three-dimensional drafting company on Main Street in Schwenksville is using its high-tech printers to produce, for free, face shields desperately needed by medical professionals fighting coronavirus.
Out with the old, in with the new. That could be a slogan for Pennsylvania American Water, as it replaces almost 5,000 feet of water pipe across parts of Royersford and Upper Providence.
Another 110 Montgomery County residents were added Saturday to the ranks of those infected by coronavirus. Several live in local municipalities. Three more deaths from the disease also were reported.
Patient electronic health records from across all Tower Health providers and locations are now also being shared with its Urgent Care sites, as the result of a recently completed installation.
One individual's $250 contribution to Lower Frederick, intended as seed money to help preserve open space in the future, has led the Board of Supervisors to create a savings account for the purpose.