A petition signed by 19 of the state's mayors, and sent to Tri-County area legislators and others, urges Congress to pass proposed legislation to increase funding for urban park and outdoor spaces.
Volunteers for fire companies in Lower Pottsgrove, Trappe, and Oaks are among the 2021 graduating class for entry level firefighter training held at the Montgomery County Fire Academy.
In areas northeast of King of Prussia, Wednesday's thunderstorm battered PECO electric lines with heavy rain and strong winds. Tree damage was extensive. The utility was still working Thursday to restore power.
Investigative work by the New Hanover Police Department on a child sexual assault case that occurred during mid-May resulted Tuesday in the arrest of a Perkasie man on multiple felony charges.
In Pennsylvania's 146th House District, 19 different hospitality businesses cumulatively won more than $700,000 in pandemic-related relief grants, state Rep. Joe Ciresi reported Friday.
Rumble strips and pavement markers are going in daily next week on westbound U.S. Route 422 between Township Line and Evergreen roads, and at its Limerick and Sanatoga ramps. Expect delays.
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.
A total of 34 students from the Pottsgrove, Pottstown, Owen J. Roberts, Spring-Ford Area, Perkiomen Valley, and Daniel Boone school districts participated in 2021 all-star honor orchestra and band performances recently released to video.