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Tower Health's Transplant Institute at Reading Hospital has completed its first liver transplant. It pledges to provide "COVID-safe pathways" for other potential organ recipients who may have delayed medical care.
The work will involve signage inspections planned for the area between First Avenue in Valley Forge and U.S. Route 202 in King of Prussia. Right and left lanes in both directions may close periodically.
Engineering firm Barry Isett & Associates, which operates a Phoenixville office, has reorganized its many departments into three divisions, beginning Jan. 1, to provide improved client services.
PrimoHoages, the sandwich franchise that already operates stores in western Montgomery and northern Chester counties, has signed agreements with 21 additional franchisees, many of them in New Jersey.
The trash hauling and recycling company that handles waste disposal in Lower Pottsgrove and elsewhere is spending about $2 million to outfit more than 600 fleet vehicles with high-tech devices.
The Phoenixville area bank's just-sold digital services platform provided tech-based financial services for a variety of users, covered by FDIC insurance and governed by federal banking regulations.
Three of the projects are in the borough of Pottstown, and the remaining three are in Collegeville, Upper Providence, and Phoenixville. A total of $7.25 million in state grant money is headed this way.
Schwenksville resident Meghan Drakas, a former intern for The Posts, has been hired as a multi-media journalist for two group-owned television stations in the Columbia-Jefferson City MO market.