The unexplained recent deaths of songbirds in Pennsylvania and elsewhere has raised public concerns. Lower Frederick's Parks and Recreation Board is publicizing suggestions to deal with the problem.
Non-profit organizations are still in recovery mode, months after the initial heights of the coronavirus pandemic have passed. Montgomery County has set aside $5 million in grants to help them.
In an exclusive article published Wednesday, the Philadelphia Business Journal cited sources that said a joint venture of Lehigh Valley and Bucks County partners would bid to buy all of Tower Health.
Residents of Pottstown and surrounding communities who have benefited from social safety net services during the coronavirus pandemic are asked to talk July 7 about assistance they received.
A bill to help fund breast cancer research through Pennsylvania drivers' license and vehicle registration renewals, sponsored by area Sen. Bob Mensch, is on its way for the governor's signature.
Community Health & Dental Care Inc. physical therapist Dr. Matthew Musket has been presented with an Alvernia University clinical excellence award "as a role model for colleagues and students."
Free virtual programs now under way, and also starting June 24, from Pottstown Medical Specialists Inc. are aimed at preventing Type 2 diabetes, the most common form of the disease.
The pandemic caused some patients to temporarily stop getting annual cancer screenings. Pottstown Hospital is part of a national campaign urging they be resumed, so potential problems can be detected.