Responders to last year's Ashwood Apartments fire in North Coventry Township, and Phoenixville Borough police who diligently investigated a murder, were honored Friday by Chester County's district attorney.
To help provide food ministries with fresh-grown vegetables, New Hanover's Lutheran Evangelical Church is planting a 3,000-square-foot "Garden of Hope." It's teaching gardening techniques to those interested, too.
A member of St Eleanor's Church in Collegeville has accepted the invitation of Philadelphia Roman Catholic Archbishop Nelson Pérez to participate in a new Commission on Racial Healing.
Don't feel guilty about taking a book or two from the new Little Free Library cabinets outside the First Baptist Church of Pottstown. It's why they exist. Got books to donate? The cabinets have space.
Geoff Desiato of Royersford hopes he and fellow cast members of the production of "Queen Esther" reach an audience of millions Sept. 4, when Sight & Sound Theatres launches its first live-streamed event.
Long before the coronavirus pandemic hit, the Pottstown Salvation Army needed computer equipment for use by families in its shelter. A recently won $10,000 grant will now fill that need.
The Salvation Army will continue to feed those in need, but it announced plans Tuesday to change the way in which food is distributed. It's called "The Corps at the Door."
Two separate runs (or walks), a 5-K and a mile-long fun run, will be held Aug. 10 by New Hanover United Methodist Church. It's raising funds for Happy 2 Be Home, a charity that helps disabled children.