With six photos. Eight different local fire companies and departments, and dozens of their volunteer members, arrived Thursday night in Sanatoga to practice filling and emptying water trucks in a mock emergency exercise.
The previously uncovered cost of fencing along parts of the PECO TAP Trail in Limerick Township will be covered by additional funding accepted Tuesday from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
Limerick Township department heads will be wielding sharp pencils next week, as they begin drafting the 2021 budget. They're working with good news, though: this year's budget figures have bounced back.
Three local institutions that are helping to educate and entertain the public while preserving the area's cultural history were awarded substantial grants Tuesday under a special state program.
The need for assistance may never be greater than what some local families face now and in the months ahead, so the Limerick Police Department is getting a head start on its Thanksgiving food drive.
Student Transportation of America, which provides busing services to the Perkiomen Valley School District under contract, will hold a hiring event Friday in Collegeville. It's looking for bus monitors.
Montgomery, Chester and Berks counties, which include locations where households face a higher risk of eviction, will share in $1.98 billion distributed statewide for coronavirus-related eviction relief.
Limerick Township supervisors agreed Tuesday to seek bids for the proposed construction of new a U.S. Route 422 westbound on-ramp at its Sanatoga interchange. The project has been 10 years in the making.