Two separate contracts with Amity and Union townships, in Berks County, expanded the coverage area effective March 15 for medical transport services provided by Tower Health’s ambulance company, TowerDIRECT.
Andrew Reid, a veteran leader in community and economic development as well as a Temple professor specializing in the subject, has been selected as the new director of Pottstown’s Mosaic Community Land Trust.
Legislation proposed to “protect patients and medical personnel from health care facility retaliation for filing grievances” was introduced Tuesday by state Rep. Joe Ciresi. If passed, victims might collect penalties.
In reports released Monday by state police, troopers said they continued to investigate separate and seemingly unrelated thefts of motor vehicle parts from businesses located in Green Lane and Perkiomen Township.
Portions of Pottstown’s Riverfront Park off College Drive received a substantial cleaning Saturday, thanks to a group of more than 25 volunteers. They also weeded its pollinator garden, cleared brush, and planted trees.
Members of the Lower Pottsgrove Planning Commission will open their meeting Monday night with a far-fuller than usual agenda of board reorganization, two reviews of preliminary plans, and sewage and zoning considerations.
People from across the area filled cars and trucks with wired and metal junk, and ferried it Saturday to Upper Pottsgrove. Recyclers took all of it off their hands during a fund-raiser to benefit the GreenAllies organization.
Six young students taught plenty of guests how they can make healthy changes in their eating habits, and make meals more palatable as well, during the 16th annual Wellness Fair held Saturday at Boyertown Area High School.