Pennsylvania residents have only until Thursday (Dec. 15) to enroll in a health plan through Pennie, the state's health insurance marketplace, to obtain coverage effective Jan. 1 (2023).
In Montgomery County and elsewhere April annually is accompanied by an increased risk of fire danger, because dormant vegetation remains dried out until it greens up. Use extra care with any fires, and make sure they're allowed where you are.
Joe Webster, state representative for a portion of Perkiomen Valley residents, says that rising gas prices demonstrate why Pennsylvania and the nation must continue expanding beyond a reliance on gas and oil.
Most people think of the Internet as a communications tool. Members of Pennsylvania's new Broadband Development Authority also believe it can help build the state's economy, particularly in rural areas.
Blood donation centers that serve hospitals across Montgomery, Berks and Chester counties now occasionally find themselves limited to one-day supplies. The pandemic's to blame, but you can help.
New legislation signed into law Wednesday by Gov. Wolf allows school districts to waive local requirements for graduation if a student has demonstrated competency in a specific content area.
Rural and other communities across the state, including pockets of Montgomery, Berks, and Chester counties, expect to benefit from a $100 million infusion of federal cash to bolster internet access.
Older so-called 3G (third generation) cell phone networks are being turned off in favor of faster, 5G ones. Officials worry the switch may disable emergency features, like 9-1-1 calling, on older phones. Plan ahead, they're telling users.