With six photos. Eight different local fire companies and departments, and dozens of their volunteer members, arrived Thursday night in Sanatoga to practice filling and emptying water trucks in a mock emergency exercise.
Sustainable energy production could make Pottstown go, go, go. Got gently used and highly wearable unwanted stuff? It's wanted at Althouse Arboretum. And, the holiday's ahead at PennDOT centers.
Upper Pottsgrove will use its $131,182 from the Commonwealth Financing Authority to extend sewer services along Ming Drive and Moyer Road. Bally got $314,091 to fix sewer system and manhole leaks.
Sen. Bob Mensch can count, and he thinks these numbers don't work. Grab some free live-streamed yoga classes, but there's a catch: you've got to be old enough. And in Norristown, the construction scene.
In Monday's Fast Three, a Stowe resident earns his Eagle award; Kutztown University is welcoming area students whose names you know, and GreenAllies and Pottstown Hospital digging up fresh food.
Fresh, organically grown produce - five bags filled with it - has been delivered by tireless GreenAllies' student volunteers to the Upper Pottsgrove Police Department for township families in need.
PennDOT contractors expect to perform bridge reconstruction work Monday through Friday (July 27-31) on a portion of Troutman Road in Upper Pottsgrove. Expect lane closures and possible delays.
The half of Poplar Street that lies within Upper Pottsgrove Township has cracks here, small craters there, and a bump or two. They will be smoothed over and the street repaved, commissioners agreed.