The governor's latest pandemic order means you can't go inside the buildings at Montgomery County's historic sites. But they're offering fun videos, and their trails and lands are open to explore too.
Community revitalization projects in Pottstown and western Montgomery County this week received more than $2 million in state grant money to meet their needs. The fund is built on business donations.
With the pandemic, and physical changes occurring on its Blue Bell campus, the 37th season of Montgomery County Community College's Lively Arts Series anticipates great performances despite its challenges.
Its last day of operations at its current location, 978 E. High St., is Saturday. On Tuesday, it will re-open in a new location further downtown, 377 E. High St. The reason? Better access and more parking.
A smoky fire reported to emergency dispatchers Sunday night at about 6:48 p.m. at 345 Beech St., Pottstown, appeared to have started in a living room, a fire official said. No one was injured.
Poorer schools in Pennsylvania have so far received too little money from federal CARES Act funding to meet education needs during the pandemic, a new report says. It will be discussed Monday by a panel that includes Pottstown's schools superintendent.
Salvation Army corps in Pottstown, Boyertown, Reading, and across eastern Pennsylvania face two coronavirus-caused problems. Public need for services is growing, but Red Kettle donations have fallen.
The medical laboratory technician program at Montgomery County Community College, which boasts a 100-percent pass rate on a critical exam, has been re-accredited for a 10-year period.