Pennsylvania asked for, and on Friday received, a one-month extension under which Montgomery and Chester county residents can apply for federal help in dealing with damage from Tropical Storm Ida.
Mont Clare Edition
There are 23 events for families to enjoy this weekend in western Montgomery County and beyond, as provided to The Posts' calendar. Get out and go do something!
If you incurred property or other damage as a result of Tropical Storm Ida, and haven't yet registered to receive disaster relief, opportunities remain but are becoming limited. The deadline is Nov. 10.
If you'd like to sound off on the proposed rate hike request being sought on water purchases from Aqua Pennsylvania, you'll have four opportunities to do so by phone. You must be registered by this Friday.
It's not a highly visible architectural or transportation landmark, but it often catches the eye of Schuylkill River Trail users in Parkerford. It's Chester County's oldest bridge, built 217 years ago.
Get out of the house and do something! These activities are scheduled to occur this weekend (Friday through Sunday, Oct. 29-31, 2021), as provided to The Post calendar.
Repairs to severe storm damage of the Schuylkill River Trail between Mont Clare and Pawlings Road have caused Montgomery County to close that section. Apparently some walkers and bicyclists aren't paying attention.
An Eagleville man who apparently lost his temper Sunday morning, and punched a Phoenixville resident in the face while talking at a bar, has been permanently evicted from the Valley Forge Casino Resort.