Lower Frederick supervisors Tuesday approved a negotiated settlement for development of the Melbourne Hill Estates community on Route 29 at Salford Station Road. It gives the township greater control over the project, their solicitor said.
Tipsters are needed to help the Amity Township Police Department catch a burglar who broke into a Douglassville gun shop and stole a bolt-action rifle. A cash reward is offered for information leading to the suspect’s arrest.
Penn State Extension has scheduled a Feb. 7 webinar, targeted to anyone who has a connection to persons who are addicted or in recovery, to offer support and help them overcome substance abuse.
An initiative by Collegeville non-profit Pillars of Light and Love to create a restaurant that provides inclusive opportunities to work, dine, and socialize officially launched during the weekend in Cedars PA.
Bought a dozen eggs lately? If so you already know egg prices have skyrocketed, while egg production in Pennsylvania and across the nation has fallen. A protracted outbreak of avian influenza is the primary cause.
Valley Forge Casino Resort owner Boyd Gaming officially put the pandemic behind it Friday, and resumed around-the-clock operations for slot machines on the gaming floor. Hours remain limited for table games and its sports book.
A rating company that advises investors on the credit-worthiness of local governments this month gave Lower Pottsgrove high marks. Its approval focuses on a township bond issued to finance its still unbuilt municipal campus.
An overnight burglary sometime between Thursday night and Friday morning on Red Corner Road in Union Township resulted in the theft of several power tools and accompanying supplies, state police said.