Outdoor sign scripters at the Perkiomen Township Fire Company attracted more public attention this week, as the national and statewide counting of election ballots dragged on.
Perkiomen Township firefighters publicly delivered a message this week that emphasized national and community unity, as well as the importance of exercising your most valuable privilege as a citizen.
If you plan to be out and about Saturday morning in North Coventry Township, anticipate delays on Routes 100, 724, and other roads near Coventry Mall. A 5-K fund-raising run will cause lane closures.
State money to cover coronavirus-related expenses will soon be delivered to 27 local fire departments and companies, and another nine ambulance and emergency medical service providers.
A West Pottsgrove Elementary School student assembly about fire safety, normally offered in October, isn't possible during the pandemic. Firefighters nonetheless found a way to get their message across.
When Royersford firefighters were called out Sunday night, they expected to encounter a vehicle fire at 2nd Avenue and Springertown Road. They found that, then suddenly were needed for a second incident nearby.
Kitchen fires are the nation's leading cause of home fire-related injuries. The good news: they can be easily prevented, say members of the Ringing Hill Fire Company in Lower Pottsgrove.
Area fire companies encourage local property owners to display red lights outdoors Saturday as part of the annual National Fallen Firefighters Foundation tribute to those who died in the line of duty.