Pennsylvania State Police at Skippack issued reports Wednesday on three separate and unrelated motor vehicle accidents in Upper Salford, Skippack, and Worcester. All occurred on snow-covered roads.
With the Pottsgrove School District level of community coronavirus transmission reaching a new high Monday, its school board Tuesday complied with Montgomery County requests to update its health and safety plan.
A Pottstown resident and previously convicted felon was arrested and charged Monday under a federal indictment for allegedly robbing a West Philadelphia pharmacy last November at gunpoint.
Colder temperatures in our region can be expected Saturday through Monday, thanks to a "Saskatchewan screamer," AccuWeather experts say. No one's predicting how much, if any, snow might fall.
Student achievements. Staff acknowledgments. Community partnerships. All those and more, offered as evidence that Pottstown schools are achieving their mission, are documented in its newest "Pottstown Pride" magazine.
In observance of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, PennDOT license and photo centers will be closed from Jan. 15 (Saturday) through Jan. 17 (Monday), the state reported.
No one knows how much longer the coronavirus will persist. Its Omicron variant is expected to peak within a month or two. If that happens, Lower Pottsgrove commissioners hope to return to in-person meetings at Sunnybrook Ballroom.
Although a busload of students escaped injury in a motor vehicle accident that occurred Monday shortly before 3:30 p.m. at Buchert and Kepler roads, a passenger in the car involved was hospitalized.