Now approaching the one-year anniversary of an earthquake, tsunami and nuclear reactor disaster in Japan, officials at Exelon's nuclear energy plants in Limerick say they are better prepared for "the unthinkable and unimaginable."
A middle school scholar-athlete was the first recipient Monday of an award presented by the owners of Perfect Connection Installations Inc., who say they are honoring their grandmother by helping young students on the road to adult success.
No matter what their former careers, students in the casino dealer training courses at Montgomery County Community College see their futures ahead of them in the gambling industry.
Just as its warehouse shelves were being emptied by families who need supplemental food for their daily meals, the Pottstown Cluster of Religious Communities' food pantry program got a financial boost Friday from the Knights of Columbus.
The womens' community service organization presented its latest scholarship to a Pottstown mother of five who is working and attending classes part-time.
An electrical short was found to be the cause. Students were allowed back into the building within less than a hour after evacuating it.
The state's newest job program is budgeted to cost only $2.5 million, and much of that is to pay incentives to employers.
He will head up the firm's structural design of bridges, waste water treatment facilities, and assorted buildings.