A proposed on-ramp to help get drivers from the Philadelphia Premium Outlets more easily onto U.S. Route 422 West was reviewed Tuesday night by Limerick supervisors. They said they liked what they saw.
The continuing work by contractors for PennDOT on Route 29 at Plank, Otts, and Seitz roads: a small part is being re-opened today (Friday), another will endure restrictions next week.
Members of the non-profit Delaware Valley Amateur Astronomers group have scheduled monthly star-gazing parties in Valley Forge. They're free, open to the public, and telescopes are available.
The federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission will hold an open house Wednesday (May 16) for the public to talk with its inspectors about last year's safety performance of Exelon's nuclear reactors.
With the arrival of spring, PennDOT is working April 17-21 to clear state-owned highways in Skippack, Lower Frederick, and Limerick of vegetation and tree overgrowth.
If later approved by Limerick supervisors the company would tear down its Longview Road training and information center, and build a warehouse to store a single piece of highly valuable equipment.
Families with children attending education programs at the YWCA Tri-County Area in Pottstown will receive Thanksgiving meals and winter coats, thanks to the Limerick Generating Station.
Local police departments, fire companies, ambulance crews, and other first responders within 10 miles of the Limerick Nuclear Generating Station today will demonstrate their skills in dealing with disaster.