An advertisement published Sunday on behalf of Tower Health-owned Pottstown Hospital says its maternity center will official close Aug. 14. If you have records there, request them by phone.
Critics claim the coronavirus lock-down in Pennsylvania is costing businesses too much revenue. A Harrisburg economist argues it represents short-term pain but yields long-term, and stronger, gain.
Bringing Montgomery County into the least restrictive, or "green" phase of living with the coronavirus has also brought a resurgence in shopping. There were lines of buyers Wednesday at the Limerick outlets.
All have suffered economic impacts as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. PAID Inc. and the Pottstown Area Health and Wellness Foundation collaborated to give small businesses a helping hand.
Montgomery County begins its third week of walk-up coronavirus testing for anyone interested, even though they may not have symptoms, in Pottstown and Norristown. A Blue Bell walk-up site is being added.
Whether on a full- or part-time basis, those answering survey questions prefer sending their children back into schools ... but safely.
Twenty-seven new test-positive cases were added in Montgomery County's daily reports. Four more deaths also were recorded. In its western half, Upper Providence, Pottstown, and Limerick still lead infection results.
With last week's layoffs and personnel changes at Pottstown Hospital and elsewhere within Tower Health comes the appointment of Edward Chabalowski as the new chief financial officer at Pottstown.