An electronics recycling event specifically for Lower Salford residents will be conducted Saturday (Dec. 3) at the township municipal building in Harleysville. Reserve your spot in advance, online.
A slightly sweeter English brown ale that Rusty Rail Brewing Company is releasing in collaboration with Weis Markets represents the pair’s third joint creation. It’s reportedly tasty for fall weather.
A Phoenixville-based company, A3 Global LLC, on Tuesday opened a Schell Lane facility where it plans to remanufacture hybrid and electric vehicle batteries using reconditioning equipment.
One sure way to eventually clog up kitchen sinks and wastewater pipes is to pour fats, oils and grease down the drain, according to Pennsylvania American Water. Such habits can pose problems during the holidays.
It’s back to work Monday, and on following weekdays through Dec. 30, for crews participating in utility and roadway construction at the intersection of Old Skippack, Schwenksville, and Shelly roads in Upper Salford.
Developments in East Greenville and Worcester, Perkiomen Creek restoration in Upper Hanover, and Pottstown resident Thomas Hylton all were named Friday as winners of this year’s Montgomery Awards.
Volunteers from the Lower Frederick Parks and Recreation Board and the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy worked Friday for about two hours planting trees and shrubs to create a riparian barrier in flood-prone Foy Park.
Country singer-songwriter Kendal Conrad, a Pottsgrove High School alum, will be part of the Saturday session of the National Dog Show presented by Purina in Oaks. She’ll participate in the Meet and Greet Zone for pet therapy dogs.