Residents from across western Montgomery County who want to obtain a new, federally acceptable REAL ID card can be verified in advance for the process during a March 21 evening session in Gilbertsville.
New Hanover supervisors and elected state representatives were all smiles Friday as the township officially received a Pennsylvania grant to help pay for improvements at a highly busy intersection.
State Sen. Bob Mensch and Rep. Marcy Toepel will visit the New Hanover municipal building Friday to officially present a more than $125,000 grant to help pay for safety improvements at Routes 73 and 663.
The 14th edition of the annual Wellness Fair in Boyertown offers popular returning activities and some new ones too, valuable health information, and plenty of fun. It's all free, too, on March 30.
Contractors working on behalf of utility company Metropolitan Edison will be busy changing electricity meters through April in New Hanover and other western Montgomery County municipalities.
Later-than-usual school openings today (Feb. 13) in the Pottsgrove, Pottstown, and Boyertown districts can be blamed on anticipation of difficult bus travel.
Officers in the Douglass (Berks) Police Department and other law enforcement professionals will serve as instructors for the department's first civilian police academy. It's free and planned for March.
Gilbertsville and Douglass (Montgomery) Township residents are being plagued by phone scammers who claim to represent the Social Security Administration, police report. Don't give them any information.