Thanks to a partnership with Ursinus College, the Pottstown-based TriCounty Active Adult Center said it hopes in March to begin offering some programs for seniors at campus locations.
The Schuylkill River Greenways is offering opportunities to the public to retrieve ash wood for free. But it's only by appointment, you'll be accompanied, you may need to do some cutting, and you must load and haul it out.
Hourly employees at Redner's Markets are being offered an extra dollar hourly in pay for their "work through extremely difficult circumstances" as COVID-19's Omicron variant rages on.
A Pottstown man traveling west Friday on the Pennsylvania Turnpike avoided injury, state police said, when his vehicle was inadvertently caught in a pile-up. A New Jersey driver was cited in the incident.
Chief executive officers of the YWCAs of the Tri-County Area, Greater Pittsburgh, York County, and Lancaster are partnering to launch a statewide racial healing initiative called "Unite to Heal PA."
One of the weekend winter storm's isolated but severe effects were power outages. As of Monday at 9 a.m., more than 1,500 properties in Montgomery and Berks counties reportedly had no electricity.
Forecasters for AccuWeather and the National Weather Service said the snow, sleet, and rain of the weekend cleared out early Monday. Not so the frigid temperatures; they may last into Friday and beyond.
They speed, pass other vehicles in the wrong lane, or fail to pay attention to the road and their vehicle. For whatever reasons, Douglass (Berks) police dealt with their share of reckless drivers in December.