With a variety of communication methods at her disposal, county Board of Commissioners' Chair Dr. Valerie Arkoosh on Monday promoted staying at home as the best thing residents could do for loved ones.
Olivia Young might readily identify as a Philadelphia Flyers fan, but she's recently earned a new title: ambassador for Nothing Down, an international non-profit advocate for those with Down syndrome.
Schwenksville Borough Hall is closed, and borough staffers are working primarily by e-mail. Which means residents must rely on e-mail to reach them as well. Council is eyeing an online meeting, too.
Residents of 49 Montgomery County municipalities were reported Sunday to have been infected by coronavirus, bringing the county's total cases to 431. Five individuals have died of the disease.
The Perkiomen Valley Chamber of Commerce wanted to keep serving members, but also comply with orders to keep employees home. So, like some business owners themselves, it's having an out-of-office experience.
With coronavirus spreading, and more Perkiomen Valley residents facing job cutbacks or layoffs, families in need increasingly are turning to the Daily Bread Community Food Pantry for assistance.
As the coronavirus infection spreads, the number of cases reported within The Post's coverage area generally continued to climb, statistics released Friday by Montgomery County.
A woman in Schwenksville and a man in Trappe on Wednesday were identified as being among Montgomery County's newest confirmed coronavirus cases.