Get greenery and pops of blooming color in your yard this year without a lot of work! Spend just an hour learning how, at a Thursday workshop sponsored by the Lower Frederick Environmental Advisory Council.
In an annual report on education in Pennsylvania, state School Boards Association member districts answering its survey said mental health issues continue for a third year as their “biggest instructional challenge.”
Birdsboro has hired TowerDIRECT, Tower Health’s non-profit ambulance company, to provide the borough with emergency medical services coverage for three years. Phoenixville recently signed a similar deal for its residents.
Legal consequences await those who are caught driving while intoxicated during Super Bowl weekend, state officials reminded the public Thursday. Sadly, there could be fatal ones too, they added.
The pandemic, economic uncertainties, and recent cold weather is straining some household budgets. Bills for utilities or other necessities may be going unpaid. Reach out for some help, Metropolitan Edison suggests.
One of Boyertown’s most enduring health-related events, the annual wellness fair conducted by the Wellness Council of Boyertown as part of Boyertown Area Multi-Service, is now scheduled for March 18.
Constellation Energy, which operates the Limerick Generating Station, and its trades unions have pledged to expand diversity in training and hiring persons who have not traditionally worked in the energy industry.
Students from Pottstown High School and The Hill School are working together again to raise funds to assist an organization working with the homeless. They’ve scheduled a Feb. 17 musical concert at Pottstown High.