Several area police department officers, including those in Limerick, have already participated in specialized training to deal with civil disturbances, hosted by the Montgomery County sheriff.
The banking company, which operates five branches in western Montgomery County, said in-person transactions across its network of more than 50 offices declined 21 percent in the last year.
Montgomery County businesses employing 50 or fewer workers can qualify for free personal protective equipment to help keep them safe from coronavirus, in a program created by its Board of Commissioners.
Oct. 10 is annually the day Pennsylvania's Department of Transportation and its Turnpike Commission ask drivers to slow down when they see agency employees and first responders working near a highway.
A section of the Schuylkill River Trail that runs through Phoenixville will be closed starting Oct. 19, due to construction.
Montgomery County has set aside $12 million in coronavirus relief funding to help qualifying child care providers stay afloat, and boost families' ability to pay for the care their kids need.
A new back-to-school guide compiled by the Education Law Center in Philadelphia covers topics parents frequently ask about regarding their children's public education in the pandemic environment.
Three local institutions that are helping to educate and entertain the public while preserving the area's cultural history were awarded substantial grants Tuesday under a special state program.