Costumed fighters with broadswords helped bring the 2021 edition of the Montgomery County Farm, Home and Youth Fair to a close Saturday. More events are planned in September at the county 4-H Center.
After months of demolition and re-building, the new McDonald's restaurant at 189 Shoemaker Rd. in Pottstown completed its grand re-opening ceremonies Friday and Saturday. Now it's back to business.
Lower Frederick Township's Coble Park will be the venue for an Aug. 21 (Saturday) "Cool Cops - Cool Treats" event that will, in part, introduce new and current officers of its police department.
Representatives of the Moove In rental self-storage project at 2148 E. High St., Sanatoga, hope they can gain a second, year-long extension of a zoning board decision regarding their development plans. They're also asking for other variances.
Guidelines under which explosive blasting will be used to dislodge rock products at the Sanatoga Quarry, 394 S. Sanatoga Rd., have again been issued by H&K Group Inc. to meet regulatory requirements.
Pennsylvania American, the utility that supplies water to some Upper Providence Township properties, gave it a $2,820 grant to fund its watershed education program and activities.
Pandemic-related federal unemployment benefits are scheduled to end Sept. 4. Pennsylvania is launching a new online job education resource Saturday to give Tri-County area residents new career expertise.
The general contractor selected to lead construction of Lower Pottsgrove's offices and police station did not produce a bond ensuring the work's completion. The township has rescinded all its bid awards.