Lower Frederick’s Board of Supervisors appointed Jason Wager, with more than 10 years of Pennsylvania township government experience, on Tuesday as its new township manager.
Limerick Township police officers invite the community Dec. 12 (Monday) at 10:30 a.m. to visit the Royersford Starbucks, 100 Diamond Way, for their “Coffee with a Cop” event.
As part of their annual Dream Drive activity, members of the Pottstown chapter of Polka Dot Powerhouse hope to collect 56 pints of blood Dec. 30 from area donors for the American Red Cross.
SEI Investments, headquartered in Oaks, won an award Tuesday for its continuous improvements to data analysis tools that assist in decision-making among institutional investors.
Applicants for a full-time police officer opening in the Amity Township Police Department are being encouraged to apply if qualified. Applications and resumes must be received by Dec. 30.
Know more about the architecture and history of your older home than you thought possible. It’s all about knowing where and how to look! Learn both in a Dec. 7 workshop hosted by the Historical Society of Montgomery County.
Lower Pottsgrove’s police department is the latest of a small number of law enforcement agencies nationwide to receive an “Agency Trilogy Award” from FBI-LEEDA, for specialized training of all command staff members.
Treasurer Stacy Garrity, who calls herself “the state's financial custodian,” uses weekly social media to promote manufacturers in Montgomery, Berks, and Chester counties and elsewhere as “the driving force” behind PA’s economy.