No visitors "except those deemed medically necessary" will be allowed into its facilities beginning Friday (Nov. 27), Tower Health says, in an effort to combat the fast-spreading coronavirus wave.
In just three months Genesis Healthcare Inc., the publicly held operator of two Sanatoga nursing homes, lost $60 million nationwide in operating expenses and estimated revenue under coronavirus conditions.
One person's life-saving equipment, providing protection against the coronavirus, has in some areas litter-ally become street trash. Dispose of masks and gloves properly, a local water supplier asks.
Gloriously colored fall foliage made nature lovers gasp just a week or two ago. Now it's less beautiful and also clogging roadside storm sewers, Pennsylvania American Water Company reports.
Claiming the pandemic had a "severe impact" on business the Pet Valu chain is closing all U.S. operations, including five locations in western Montgomery County, and laying off hundreds nationwide.
Food pantries in North Coventry, Spring City and Phoenixville are among those expected to benefit from a $10,000 donation Monday by M&T Bank to the Chester County Food Bank.
A section of the Schuylkill River Trail that runs through Phoenixville will be closed starting Oct. 19, due to construction.
Kellen Narke, a Phoenixville Area High School senior who revels in history, is making some of his own. He's been named to this year's Youth Leadership Team of the American Battlefield Trust.