Harleysville resident Tyler Currier has achieved the ultimate honor in Boy Scouting. During the weekend he was publicly introduced as the latest Eagle Scout from Troop 178 of Kulpsville.
PennDOT has a bridge inspection scheduled Monday in Upper Providence Township, and utility construction throughout the month planned in Pennsburg. Drivers, be alert and wary.
A young woman was rescued Thursday from the Schuylkill River bank near Black Rock Tunnel after hitting rocks and suffering a head injury. First-responder personnel arrived from several area companies.
Lifestyles have changed because of the coronavirus, and the latest changes affect those bound for college. With many universities switching to an all-online format for the fall, some students feel it's beneficial to start their higher education experience at local institutions.
Upper Providence police are trying to put a name to a surveillance camera face captured while an alleged thief found a chair that apparently looked comfy enough, and stole it off a porch.
Ninth-grade student Rachel Bergey devised a way to entice destructive spotted lanternflies into her trap on the trunk of a tree, and get them to "stick around," so to speak. She won two awards.
Periodic traffic stoppages could last up to 15 minutes while contractors for PennDOT conduct line-striping operations at Route 63 construction spots for three state highway bridges.
Four local fire companies responded Monday morning to the Schwenksville Laundromat on Main Street, where they found a dryer fire reported to emergency dispatchers by a 9-1-1 caller.