They're hoping for the best weather possible on April 24 in Royersford, where the borough Parks and Recreation Department is planning an Earth Day-related community clean-up of streets and leisure areas.
North Coventry police are looking for a man they can identify by name and age, but for whom they lack a location. He's charged with retail theft. The department is asking for public help in finding him.
The weather is getting warmer, and PennDOT's schedule is getting busier. In addition to lane closures and delays already announced, the highway agency is adding four more to this week's commuting mix.
Toll Brothers, responsible for several luxury home developments in western Montgomery County, is expanding again with a proposed project of more than 700 residences on 29 acres outside Atlanta GA.
The driver of a minivan, who allegedly hit and caused damage to a second vehicle Friday night in the parking lot of Flagship Cinema on West Schuylkill Road, is being sought by North Coventry police.
Thanks to donations this week by Exelon Nuclear employees in Limerick, 100 children attending the YWCA Tri-County Area Early Education Center in Pottstown enjoyed a happy, and basket-filled, Easter holiday.
Drivers on U.S. Route 422, traveling between its Sanatoga and Armand Hammer Boulevard interchanges, should anticipate right lane closures daily during the next two weeks, through April 16, PennDOT said.
The Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society chapters of Montgomery County Community College in both Pottstown and Blue Bell have won two of its prestigious awards for membership gains and other achievements.