Lower Pottsgrove commissioners heard no objections, and had none themselves, to a request for approval of a liquor license transfer to the Royal Farms store proposed for Armand Hammer Boulevard. It was quickly and unanimously accepted.
Throw up to five boxes of documents you'd like shredded into the back of the car, and come Sunday (today, May 22) to Pottsgrove High School from noon to 3 p.m. and watch them disappear.
Ben Lockwood, who helped create affordable housing at Pottstown's Beech Street Factory lofts, told the Hobart's Run Neighborhood Summit he's looking to re-create that success elsewhere in Montgomery County.
Industrial manufacturer Palmer International, on Lucon Road in Skippack, was the scene Wednesday afternoon of a two-alarm fire that took 13 first-responder units more than four hours to contain.
After admitting he embezzled nearly $100,000 from the Phoenixville Area School District over several years, Christopher Gehris has been sentenced to pay the money back and serve 14 months in prison.
A Pennsylvania pest control business operating 15 regional offices on Thursday said it had opened its newest location in Collegeville. Its expansion is intended to better serve area residents.
A Phoenixville woman and 12 other people received citations for alleged under-age drinking and other offenses, Pennsylvania State Police said Monday, in an "open inspection" at a North Fifth Street, Reading, business.
Runners can take in a 5K, 10K, or simple half-mile fun run Sunday on the many open and lush acres available at the Daniel Boone Homestead in Birdsboro. Registrations are being accepted online.