Mark Highley of Zieglerville, who has years of experience in examining, reviewing, and inspecting large commercial plans and structures, has joined the Barry Isett & Associates Inc. engineering firm.
The local water utility company has annually provided grant funding for innovative water quality and improvement programs since 2005. It's now accepting applications for 2021 submissions.
Tower Health's late January call for volunteers to administer coronavirus vaccines and handle follow-up paperwork has paid off. More than 500 qualified volunteers stepped up to offer assistance, it said.
The incidence of flu is relatively low regionally, but it shouldn't be ignored. Tower Health urges families to ensure their children receive annual flu vaccines to protect them from illness.
A Phoenixville man, sought by the Lower Pottsgrove Police Department on driving under the influence and other charges, was arrested Tuesday in Phoenixville after a traffic stop by borough police.
Tower Health has only a limited coronavirus vaccine supply and currently is not scheduling appointments, it said Wednesday. That could change as its stock arrives; check its webpage, it added.
Tower Health's Transplant Institute at Reading Hospital has completed its first liver transplant. It pledges to provide "COVID-safe pathways" for other potential organ recipients who may have delayed medical care.
Engineering firm Barry Isett & Associates, which operates a Phoenixville office, has reorganized its many departments into three divisions, beginning Jan. 1, to provide improved client services.