Persons age 65 or older, widows or widowers age 50 or older, and disabled individuals age 18 or older who meet eligibility standards may be able to receive property tax or rent rebates from Pennsylvania.
Debbie Zlomek, the certified diabetes care and education specialist for Pottstown Medical Specialists Inc., was one of three speakers to a national audience Saturday in discussing the prevention of hypoglycemia.
Parents of children attending area school districts should be wary, the Internal Revenue Service says. New scams abound involving federal Child Tax Credit payments for eligible families.
The chief science officer of Rockland Immunochemicals, with facilities in Gilbertsville and Limerick, is a named co-author of a study that proposes a new blood test to detect breast cancer.
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.
Diamond Credit Union, which operates its own drive to collect and distribute school supplies to students in need, believes this year's effort will need extra help. It's asking for public donations.
Traffic stops conducted by Pennsylvania State Police, announced Monday in public information releases, dealt in separate and unrelated incidents with male drivers from Collegeville and Fleetwood.
Veterans or their families in Berks and Chester counties received special packages this week from state Treasurer Stacy Garrity. She returned military valuables left unclaimed in safe deposit boxes.