The TriCounty Active Adult Center on Moser Road announced in advance that it would be closed Monday in anticipation of a coming winter storm and cold temperatures. Its in-person activities are canceled.
Free walk-in COVID-19 vaccination clinics are scheduled by Montgomery County Community College and Giant Pharmacy for Jan. 24 at the college's Blue Bell campus, and Jan. 26 at its Pottstown campus.
With the Pottsgrove School District level of community coronavirus transmission reaching a new high Monday, its school board Tuesday complied with Montgomery County requests to update its health and safety plan.
Colder temperatures in our region can be expected Saturday through Monday, thanks to a "Saskatchewan screamer," AccuWeather experts say. No one's predicting how much, if any, snow might fall.
No one knows how much longer the coronavirus will persist. Its Omicron variant is expected to peak within a month or two. If that happens, Lower Pottsgrove commissioners hope to return to in-person meetings at Sunnybrook Ballroom.
The "recent surge" in virus-related cases reported across the region has prompted Lower Pottsgrove Township to hold online meetings this month for its Sewer Authority, Planning Commission, and Board of Commissioners.
Montgomery County Community College decided not to take chances with winter weather expected Thursday night and Friday morning. It canceled activities scheduled before 3 p.m. at all its campuses.
Contractors are expected to start work during the spring on a new wellness center to serve Montgomery County Community College students in Pottstown. It will be located inside the college's North Hall.