Three Pennsylvania state senators, led by the 44th District's Katie Muth, will conduct a public hearing Monday in Reading on policy improvements regarding Pennsylvania drug treatment centers.
Property owners who have yet to apply for federal government assistance in recovering from Tropical Storm Ida have only eight more days, until Dec. 10 at midnight, to do so online or by phone.
Area farmers who need basic or in-depth information on productive ways to grow soybeans, corn, or winter wheat can sign up for any or all of three December workshops planned by extension educators.
Looking for a gift for that favorite someone? Here's The Posts' weekly updated list of holiday-oriented crafts and gift sales. Shop local, and make your giving easy.
Pennsylvania's Public Utility Commission has approved plans by Metropolitan Edison, an electric utility serving parts of Montgomery, Berks, and Chester counties, to issue customer refunds next year.
With Montgomery County assistance the YWCA Tri-County Area Dignity Kitchen, other non-profit and community partners, and dozens of local volunteers are still feeding more than 400 people 11 weeks after Tropical Storm Ida barreled through the region.
Merchants from across Montgomery, Berks, and Chester counties joined the TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce to celebrate Small Business Saturday. The chamber urges shoppers to see how much local business owners have to offer.
Santa pays an open-to-the-public visit Dec. 11 at Zuber Realty in Royersford, and Dec. 12 at Zuber Insurance in Boyertown. Pottstown and West Pottsgrove meet Dec. 8 to discuss Keystone Boulevard development plans.