Montgomery County officials, acknowledging increasing rates of COVID-19 transmission, are recommending mask-wearing in crowded outdoor situations beginning Monday (Sept. 6).
Ten western Montgomery County police departments are working together this week and next to crack down on alcohol- and drug-impaired driving on local roads, under PennDOT's "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign.
Valley Forge casino officials earlier banned a Philadelphia resident from the property. He returned anyway, in late August and again on Wednesday, resulting in two citations from state police.
Collegeville is the local second river community singled out in a new National Weather Service warning about flash flooding. Also: National Guard units are on stand-by in the storm; Gov. Wolf has declared a disaster emergency; MontCo urges no travel; and who to call when power fails.
State police investigating a Thursday accident on Bridge Road in Skippack said a Collegeville driver failed to yield to traffic at a stop sign at its intersection with Perkiomen Creek Road.
Lower Pottsgrove police hold an arrest warrant for a Reading man, they reported Monday, who is accused of assaulting a woman last week at the Rolling Hills apartment complex on Buchert Road.
Over a period of four days, a roughly half-mile stretch of Old Skippack Road in Upper Salford was the scene of two separate and unrelated motor vehicle accidents. Injuries reportedly occurred in both.
Firefighters deal with unusual situations more than most other people. Ask members of Liberty Fire Company in Spring City. They swept up a 20-bag spill of cement during early Friday morning hours.