See how early settlers lived at the Goshenhoppen Historians Folk Festival in Perkiomenville. Go vegan at the Phoenixville VegFest. Say hello to your neighbors at Limerick's Community Day or the Collegeville Fire Co. car show.
Wait long enough and the weather will change. Southeastern Pennsylvania has waited for more than a week for stifling heat to dissipate. AccuWeather predicts it will do just that, probably by Friday.
Grant funding worth millions to railroad passenger and freight projects is again being made available to Pennsylvania's train companies. Can past winners in Montgomery, Berks, and Chester counties repeat successes of last year?
Members of the Pottstown Arts Cultural Alliance page on Facebook helped it over many years to become a successful forum to discuss and promote local arts. That mission recently resumed after months of dormancy.
The bridge over Swamp Creek on New Hanover Square Road has been closed for more than three years, due to structural damage. It was replaced, and the road re-opened to traffic Friday by PennDOT.
Berks County is offering a two-hour class on how to safely can tomatoes and tomato products for the winter ahead. Montgomery County will test canners' pressure gauges to ensure they're safe.
Jack Albright, a Perkiomenville resident and Boyertown High graduate, was identified Thursday as one of 20 recipients of the 13th annual Dunkin’ Donuts Philadelphia Regional Scholarships. Each is worth $5,000.
With Thursday temperatures expected to jump as high as 101 degrees, and persist until 8 p.m., the National Weather Service placed western Montgomery and all of Berks counties under a heat advisory.