In the four-month period between mid-March, when the pandemic began, and now you may not have had the opportunity to get, or wanted to be, tested for COVID-19. Montgomery County has removed test restrictions.
As part of its overall "workforce reduction," Tower said the Pottstown Hospital maternity unit will close, as will two physicians' practices in Royersford. No service or employee changes were identified at Phoenixville Hospital.
Parents who want to talk with their children about avoiding drugs and alcohol may not know how to start the conversation. A new set of tools, including a mobile app for practice, may help.
The growing dermatology practice headquartered in Douglassville is expanding again. It will add two offices in Exton and West Chester; the first is due to open July 20.
The Pottsgrove School District on Monday officially ended a coronavirus-related program giving meals to students they would have eaten in schools. There's no decision yet about the program's summer fate.
Luke Skywalker, meet the coronavirus. Tower Health hospitals including those in Pottstown and Phoenixville are using machines wielding something like a lightsaber to disinfect rooms and kill COVID-19.
Leaders are relieved some coronavirus restrictions affecting Montgomery County are being lifted. Meanwhile, its Health Department reported 64 more cases and four deaths. Locally Upper Providence, Pottstown, and Limerick still lead case statistics.
A YouTube-produced video, promoting its June 6 virtual graduation celebration for the Class of 2020, includes Pottsgrove High senior Ryan Romig among many others soon-to-graduate across the nation.