Get out of the house and do something! These activities are scheduled to occur this weekend (Friday through Sunday, May 7-9, 2021), as provided to The Post calendar.
Drivers in Upper Providence are likely to see township police Ofc. George Pelletier join them on the highways now that weather is warmer. He just completed a police motorcycle training course, and graduated at the top of his class.
The annual rankings of high schools across the nation was released Thursday by U.S. News and World Report. Of eight schools within The Posts' coverage areas, Spring-Ford Senior High topped the list.
Additional portions of U.S. Route 422 in Limerick, and Upper and Lower Providence get pothole-filling treatments again this week. Filling potholes statewide, PennDOT says it's used 3,424 tons of asphalt.
Upper Providence Police Ofc. Andrew Parkins is now nationally certified as a child passenger safety technician, the department said Thursday. He's available by appointment to check you child's seat.
A windstorm that could bring gusts from the northwest, blowing at up to 60 miles an hour, poses a roughly 12-hour property damage threat between Friday afternoon and early Saturday morning.
If they choose cast ballots in person for the May primary elections, some registered voters in Lower Salford, New Hanover, and Collegeville precincts will find themselves voting at new poll locations.
Get out of the house and do something! These activities are scheduled to occur this weekend (Friday through Sunday, April 30 to May 2, 2021), as provided to The Post calendar.