It's unknown how three cute ducklings may have mistaken a Limerick Township storm drain for the family nest, but they were rescued by public works employees working above and beyond the call of duty.
Left-lane travelers on westbound U.S. Route 422 between the Royersford and Sanatoga interchanges may find their routines disrupted next week by construction-related activity.
With COVID-19 supplies like face masks in high demand among travelers, computerized vending machines are gaining national prominence. There's an example nearby at the outlets in Limerick.
Roadway patching will be the focus of construction crews working next week on behalf of PennDOT in right lanes across Limerick, between Lewis and Evergreen roads.
Bringing Montgomery County into the least restrictive, or "green" phase of living with the coronavirus has also brought a resurgence in shopping. There were lines of buyers Wednesday at the Limerick outlets.
Across social media outlets of all types, western Montgomery County residents are complaining about how much louder, pet-disturbing, and earlier consumer fireworks are being discharged.
If you're traveling U.S. Route 422 next week across Limerick, Lower Pottsgrove, or Upper Providence townships, expect delays caused by road patching, line painting, and bridge repair work.
A company that proposes to build a five-field soccer complex on Airport Road in Limerick has received approval, for the second time in eight years, from the township Zoning Hearing Board.