With all lowest construction bids and soft costs, according to Lower Pottsgrove's architect, its proposed municipal campus cost now exceeds $8.6 million. Cuts remain available. Township commissioners have not accepted any bids yet.
Limerick Manager Dan Kerr expects construction of a new ramp from Evergreen Road to U.S. Route 422 West can begin sometime "right after Memorial Day," he told the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.
Cooking up its famous fried chicken may take awhile yet but, if it wins township regulatory clearances, fast-food and convenience store operator Royal Farms has announced its hopes to open in Lower Pottsgrove.
A walk-in vaccination clinic held Sunday at the Carousel of Pottstown helped dozens more borough residents become vaccinated against COVID-19. Volunteers would have been delighted with an even higher turnout.
The purchase of Bryn Mawr Trust by WSFS Financial Corp., which could be completed by the end of the year, will result in the closing of Bryn Mawr's branch office on West Ridge Pike in Limerick.
Haven't gotten your coronavirus vaccination yet? Having difficulty finding an appointment? Pottstown Pharmacy is sponsoring a walk-in (no appointment needed) clinic Sunday at the Carousel of Pottstown.
The proposed legislation could help make it easier and more affordable to cover home-buying expenses like down payments and closing costs. It's being sponsored by local state Sen. Bob Mensch.
The township's all-volunteer Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee has refined county and residents' input on how Lower Frederick might look roughly 20 years from now. A draft of the document will be publicly discussed May 6.