Bridge repair or replacement projects stand to benefit from more than $1.6 billion dollars being offered to Pennsylvania over five years under the recently passed Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
In a Friday morning hazardous weather outlook issued specifically for western Montgomery County, the National Weather Service warns of travel disruptions this weekend due to snow or sleet accumulation.
The bank, which operates branches in eastern Berks County, is offering improved services and facilities for customers with limited proficiency in English, or who live in under-served communities.
Boyertown school officials sent the district's New Hanover Elementary students into online lessons Wednesday, for what they hoped was only one day, as a result of employee absenteeism there.
PennDOT trucks were out in the Pottstown area Saturday night and early Sunday morning, spreading salt before freezing rain arrived to make highways slippery. A National Weather Service advisory discouraged travel.
Like neighboring Montgomery and Berks counties before it, Chester County will use an online forum to auction real estate subject to sheriff's sales. Its first is scheduled for Jan. 20.
More than $43 million received from the federal government is being used by Pennsylvania to pay "crisis-related" overdue water and sewer bills of individual and family households in need. Its new program launched this week.
The former primarily local bank is branching into national ventures, like its Monday opening of a business unit that offers services to early, growth, and late-stage technology companies.