Six members of the Pennsylvania State Police operating from Skippack, and a Collegeville Borough police officer, were among those honored during presentations made by Montgomery County's district attorney.
A Pennsylvania pest control business operating 15 regional offices on Thursday said it had opened its newest location in Collegeville. Its expansion is intended to better serve area residents.
In its spring concert performance Wednesday, several Pottsgrove High School Concert Chorus members were featured as soloists in the presentation of "Can You Hear," a song rich with rhythm and harmony.
It may be a comfortable summer, and wouldn't that be great? Now's the time to stock up on great reads for the coming season. A two-day Friends of the Pottstown Library book sale can meet the need.
Lower Pottsgrove police are looking to arrest a Norristown man who is charged with simple assault to a victim following a domestic dispute that occurred Saturday at an undisclosed township location.
Poll workers say turnout for primary election races Tuesday across Montgomery, Berks and Chester counties was slow but steady. Election results remain unofficial until verified, but the outcomes of a few races surprised observers.
An hour after polls closed statewide, Pennsylvania's acting secretary of state declared the commonwealth's 2022 primary election a success. In part, she said, that's due to the continued popularity of mail-in ballots.
Lt. Gov John Fetterman, who Tuesday won the Democrat primary for a Pennsylvania seat in the U.S. Senate, received a pacemaker the same day to regulate his heartbeat. Sen. Jake Corman was named as his acting successor while he recovers.