The company’s newest franchise location opens Tuesday at 1461 N. Gravel Pike. It is owned by local residents Brian and Kristin Penna, will be managed by Greg Sheton, and expects to employ 15 people.
A series of STEAM-oriented activities hosted Saturday by the Pottstown Children’s Discovery Center may have secretly introduced youngsters to future careers. Mostly, though, they and their parents were there for the fun.
Several fire trucks and volunteers from the Sanatoga, Ringing Hill, and NorCo fire companies responded Sunday morning to a Montgomery County emergency dispatchers’ call on smoke in a Walnut Ridge home.
A full roster of teams, and bleachers packed with cheering, applauding fans, were part of the thrill and ferocity Saturday at the Perkiomen School District Foundation’s annual Dodgeball Tournament fund-raiser.
A thief stole credit cards from an unattended vehicle in Green Lane Park and used them to buy gift cards at Montgomery County retailers. Crime Stoppers of PA is offering a reward for information that finds him.
Berks County Commissioner Christian Leinbach, a long-time advocate of Boyertown residents and businesses, on Thursday received the James K. Boyer “Quality of Life” Award in recognition of his community service.
During its Thursday meeting, Montgomery County commissioners authorized an amended contract with Traffic Planning and Design Inc. on engineering and design updates for the Keim Street bridge in Pottstown.
Salford Township will continue to receive services from the Montgomery County Planning Commission through December 2025 with renewal of a 3-year contract Thursday by the county Board of Commissioners.