Lower Pottsgrove has issued its monthly financial warrant for August, as approved Thursday by the Board of Commissioners. It documents where revenues came from, and how money was spent, in the month.
Montgomery County says its Office of Public Health will offer free flu shots by appointment only during October at locations in Pottstown, Oaks, Pennsburg, and Green Lane, as well as at six other sites.
Members of First Baptist and Zion's UCC churches in Pottstown, and brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, are collaborating to help ensure voters are registered for the Nov. 3 general election.
Where will Lower Pottsgrove come up with $8 million, if that much is needed, to pay for construction of its municipal campus? Township commissioners heard more Thursday night about borrowing options.
Seven medium- and small-sized, employee-focused companies in western Montgomery and northern Chester counties have been named to a statewide list as the 2020 "Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania."
Just one company, J.P. Mascaro and Sons, submitted a bid for garbage hauling services in Lower Pottsgrove through 2025. Its overall cost, approved Thursday by township commissioners, presents residents with total $100 price hike over a five-year period.
A "Trump For President" yard sign being displayed in the 500 block of Old Philadelphia Pike in Douglass (Berks) Township was reported as stolen. It was big, too: 4-feet-by-8-feet in size.
Residents of Lower Pottsgrove's Woodgate community, on the west side of Rupert Road, are troubled by spray paint vandals who defaced election signage at the corner of Rupert and Shire Drive.