The spring weather will bring PennDOT contractors out in force next week. The transportation department plans six different lane closure sites next week for four projects on U.S. Route 422.
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The financially ailing non-profit healthcare group, which owns Pottstown and Phoenixville hospitals, is accepting bid proposals to sell itself in pieces or as a complete system, its CEO said.
Six local school districts are among 686 designees recently identified by the NAMM Foundation as the "Best Communities for Music Education" across the nation during 2021. It's a repeat win for all.
A couple of times each year, Phoenixville flushes its borough fire hydrants as a routine maintenance chore. It's that time, again, for the next five weeks. Home tap water may temporarily look cloudy
The weather is getting warmer, and PennDOT's schedule is getting busier. In addition to lane closures and delays already announced, the highway agency is adding four more to this week's commuting mix.
Toll Brothers, responsible for several luxury home developments in western Montgomery County, is expanding again with a proposed project of more than 700 residences on 29 acres outside Atlanta GA.
The long-time leader of Phoenixville-based Customers' Bank, Richard A. Ehst, will retire July 1 as its president and CEO, to be succeeded by Samvir Sidhu, its vice chairman and chief operating officer.
A combined total of more than $32 million in federal funding under the American Rescue Plan is headed to Pottstown, Pottsgrove, Spring-Ford Area, Perkiomen Valley, Boyertown Area, Upper Perkiomen, Owen J. Roberts, and Phoenixville schools.