Mont Clare Edition
The MontCo Anti-Hunger Network, which primarily solves distribution issues for local food pantries, is working with Montgomery County to distribute free food to families in need.
Luke Skywalker, meet the coronavirus. Tower Health hospitals including those in Pottstown and Phoenixville are using machines wielding something like a lightsaber to disinfect rooms and kill COVID-19.
The utility company is performing installation work in Pottstown and Phoenixville boroughs next week. It will be conducting aerial work in Lower Salford. Expect potential delays in those areas.
Patient electronic health records from across all Tower Health providers and locations are now also being shared with its Urgent Care sites, as the result of a recently completed installation.
A weekend home show at the Valley Forge Casino Resort in King of Prussia kicked off what is a series of similar events scheduled across southeastern Pennsylvania from now through April.
Milling and paving work on a portion of westbound U.S. Route 422 between Route 363 and Oaks will create lane restrictions there Saturday from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. Travel with caution, PennDOT asks.
Practitioners in and advocates for the use of certified therapy dogs will hold a special symposium about the movement during November, just days after the National Dog Show is held in Oaks PA.
A portion of Bridge Street in Mont Clare will undergo lane restrictions Wednesday through Friday to complete the application of a high friction surface treatment for vehicle safety.