Twenty-one students - including those from Pottsgrove, Perkiomen Valley, Upper Perkiomen, Daniel Boone, and Phoenixville schools - received both high school diplomas and college credits Wednesday.
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Trellis for Tomorrow paid internship programs in the Pottsgrove area, Pottstown, Phoenixville, and Spring City still have limited availability. Youths between ages 13 and 18 can apply online now.
State police tried to stop a westbound U.S. Route 422 driver for multiple vehicle offenses, they said Monday. He didn't pull over, but sped up. A chase ensued, but was later called off for safety reasons.
Drivers face stiffer penalties for dumping trash in litter enforcement corridors: designated sections of roads with high scenic or historic value. State agencies and beautification advocates promoted them Thursday.
A 34-year-old Philadelphia resident is sought in an arrest warrant held by Upper Providence police on charges related to alleged wallet thefts from purses that occurred only days before Christmas.
Pennsylvania's School Boards Association said Tuesday that more than 80 percent of all districts in the state have publicly called for charter school funding reform. That majority should not be ignored, it claimed.
Prospective bids for the sale of, or partnerships with, financially troubled Tower Health have been received, its CEO says. Some require closer looks, and that analysis may take a few months, she added.
"What it feels like" local temperatures will begin to trend above average during this week, according to AccuWeather Inc. in State College. Our area could close in on July-like levels by the weekend.