In cooperation with the Alliance of Montgomery County Chambers of Commerce, personal protective equipment will be offered free to local businesses beginning Wednesday by the Spring-Ford chamber.
As part of the realignment of Route 29 in the heart of Collegeville, major changes will be made to a portion of 1st Avenue between the Perkiomen Bridge Hotel and Transfleet Concrete. They start Oct. 30.
An attorney has let Lower Pottsgrove know of a client interested in buying the Sanatoga village land planned for its municipal campus. Commissioners said only that they'd be willing to hear an offer.
The banking company, which operates five branches in western Montgomery County, said in-person transactions across its network of more than 50 offices declined 21 percent in the last year.
Pottstown attorney John A. "Jack" Koury has stepped down as solicitor of Pottstown Area Industrial Development Inc., an organization in which he has been involved for more than 40 years.
Real estate developers looking to build in Lower Pottsgrove in the past may have had to calculate several costs for proposed sewer usage, depending on their projects. The process was simplified Monday.
A boil-water advisory for a portion of Perkiomen Township served by Pennsylvania American Water remained in effect Tuesday as of 8 a.m., after an emergency health alert was issued Monday afternoon.
Nearly a dozen auto dealers with showrooms in western Montgomery County are participating in an annual give-away of winter coats to families in need, scheduled for Oct. 24 at the YMCA in Pottstown.