Citadel Credit Union, which operates four local branch offices, said its new business banking division can tailor options to meet specific businesses' sizes and needs, it said. The roll-out begins Aug. 1.
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A Royersford resident, who the Chester County district attorney claims was storing and selling drugs from his family's home, faces a July 5 preliminary hearing on multiple counts. He was jailed after failing to post a $100,000 cash bail.
Students from Pottstown, Pennsburg, Collegeville, and Phoenixville were among 21 members of Class 22-01 who are now graduates from the Municipal Police Academy at Montgomery County Community College. One also is an award-winner.
Five area students, including one from Spring-Ford High, spent part of this week in Washington DC, working to win Junior Achievement competitions. The team, which already won locally, is sponsored by Pfizer in Collegeville.
Weekday closures of a portion of Gulph Road in the Valley Forge National Historical Park will remain through late July due to utility work. PennDOT reports, though, that an important road rehabilitation effort near the National Arch is complete.
Nine different performances of the carillon at Washington Memorial Chapel in Valley Forge National Historical Park are planned for Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. beginning July 6. Bring a lawn chair.
In his new role, Dr. John Derderian will work to improve Tower Health's clinical quality, safety, and financial results. He also continues to lead hospitalist services in Pottstown, Phoenixville, and its other hospitals.
Eighteen state vehicle inspection providers in the Tri-County area that have had licenses suspended - some because they violated rules, others simply because they no longer offer inspections - are listed in a new PennDOT database.