In an expanded role, Dr. Brian Lahmann will offer clinical oversight for emergency services initiatives throughout Tower Health facilities, including its hospitals in Pottstown and Phoenixville.
While Spring-Ford High School seniors are dancing the night away at their prom in King of Prussia, the public is being offered a "sneak peek" at what they'll enjoy in Oaks throughout the remaining night.
With video. How did the earliest settlers of the Tri-County area put clothes on their backs? That's the story to be explored Saturday during Heritage Wool and Textile Day at the Daniel Boone Homestead near Birdsboro.
A May 26 virtual lecture by textile experts with the Tennessee Sampler Project will launch preparations for this year's Penn Dry Goods Market, scheduled for June 3-4 at the Schwenkfelder Library & Heritage Center in Pennsburg.
Own a United States flag that's no longer presentable for public display? Don't throw it away; it should be incinerated. For that, drop it off at the new discarded flag collection box created for state Rep. Joe Ciresi's office in Royersford.
Pottsgrove Middle School was evacuated Friday afternoon after district officials received a bomb threat. Its students were transported by buses to the high school, and remained there the rest of the day. An investigation is under way.
A diabetes prevention program, open to the public, is being offered virtually on Wednesdays from 6-7 p.m. by Pottstown Medical Specialists Inc. Registrations are available now.
The additional funding from the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission will pay for support staff to tackle tasks that allow the Schwenkfelder Library & Heritage Center to continue its programs.