Two men being sought for the alleged murder of an Audubon resident have a price on their heads. Montgomery County’s district attorney is offering a $10,000 cash reward for information that leads to their arrests and conviction.
Firefighters were called from several departments and companies early Wednesday morning, in sub-freezing temperatures and windy conditions, to extinguish a home fire on West Cedarville Road in North Coventry.
Eight calls prompted Lower Pottsgrove police to visit Pottsgrove school buildings during February. In part they involved a fight, alleged drug possession, a suspicious incident, and a motor vehicle crash.
Gusting winds Tuesday night caused a tree to collapse onto a utility pole and power line at the south side of Schaffer Road, between Pruss Hill and North Schaffer roads. It cut electricity to a few homes, and sparked a small fire.
Recent research published by regional electrical grid operator PJM Interconnection of Audubon warns of potential future power shortages. A coal plant trade group claims the problem could be worse than estimated.
A grand jury in Philadelphia has indicted the owners of a Perkiomenville-based business for allegedly “conspiring to defraud the IRS” and other charges, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Monday.
The Apartments at Sanatoga Greene officially opened in late February, and its marketing and leasing efforts are under way. Its managers held a recent reception for Lower Pottsgrove officials and employees to show them around.
Pennsylvania State Police are investigating an early March attempted burglary at the Vulcan Market convenience store and fueling station at the corner of Route 113 and West Main Street in Trappe.