Pottsgrove schools' Superintendent Dr. William Shirk on Tuesday rolled out a health and safety plan for athletics and the high school marching band, the first of several proposals instrumental in returning to classrooms.
A severe storm Monday afternoon and night pummeled Pottstown, Birdsboro, Royersford, Trappe, Collegeville, Schwenksville, Phoenixville, and Elverson.
A Lower Pottsgrove resident was charged Monday by township police with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and three other offenses, during a preliminary arraignment Monday morning.
Lower Pottsgrove police, responding to a call, arrived late Sunday night to find a gunshot victim inside a home on Donna Lane. A suspect in the alleged shooting is in custody, and the gun has been recovered.
Spring utility installations along North Pleasant View Road in Sanatoga, north from East High Street, made a mess of some portions of sidewalk there. Contractors have begun pouring replacements.
Lower Pottsgrove employees and those of contractor Sacks and Sons are said to be finishing "great work, done quickly" in road repairs across portions of the township.
Across social media outlets of all types, western Montgomery County residents are complaining about how much louder, pet-disturbing, and earlier consumer fireworks are being discharged.
No one was injured Friday night before 8 p.m. when an unknown driver traveling at high speed on Sanatoga Station Road allegedly fired a bullet at another vehicle. Police are investigating.