With video. For an accident that occurred Thursday on U.S. Route 422 in Lower Pottsgrove, tow truck operators used a crane to retrieve a car from behind a guide rail. The heavy lift was completed in less than 2 minutes.
The latest and newest exercise and fitness facility in Pottstown, Crunch Fitness, will introduce itself to the public Jan. 31 with a free preview tour and no-cost workout. It officially opens the next day, Feb. 1.
Two separate grants from Constellation Energy were delivered Wednesday to Pottstown High School students as they toured the Limerick Generating Station, and learned about its engineering and technology.
Rehabilitation services within Phoenixville Hospital won a seventh consecutive Top-10-percent national ranking from a standards-measuring agency for its team’s effectiveness and efficiency.
The estimated cost of building a Lower Pottsgrove municipal campus on East High Street has soared out of reach. The township’s problems with overcrowding remain. Its Infrastructure Committee hopes to hit the “reset button.”
The corporate parent of the Regal Oaks Stadium 24 movie theater in Upper Providence said Tuesday it planned to close it and 38 other theaters as part of bankruptcy proceedings. The Oaks venue opened in 1999.
With the conference room at the Lower Pottsgrove municipal building on Buchert Road receiving minor repairs, the township Board of Commissioners has moved its Thursday night meeting to Sunnybrook Ballroom.
Baseball field dugouts at Kistler-Bitting YMCA Park in East Greenville incurred thousands of dollars in graffiti damage, Pennsylvania State Police said Wednesday. Video footage from the scene could reveal suspects.