Community residents and family members of those at Greenfield Living in Schwenksville enjoyed Halloween early on Saturday, entertained by a parade of dogs dressed in a variety of costumes.
Just because some schools are operating virtually, that's no reason to disobey traffic laws regarding school zone safety. The point is made several times in a production released Friday by Ram County TV.
As part of the realignment of Route 29 in the heart of Collegeville, major changes will be made to a portion of 1st Avenue between the Perkiomen Bridge Hotel and Transfleet Concrete. They start Oct. 30.
Upper Providence police, as the result of a narcotics investigation, allege a 54-year-old Berks County woman intended to deliver a controlled substance. Her preliminary hearing was scheduled for Oct. 13.
Lumina Solar, whose electrical and engineering director is a Gilbertsville resident, has opened an office in Palm PA, north of East Greenville, for its sales expansion into Pennsylvania.
State money to cover coronavirus-related expenses will soon be delivered to 27 local fire departments and companies, and another nine ambulance and emergency medical service providers.
Pennsburg officials and community residents took time Saturday to recognize the hard work and efforts of local first responders to keep residents safe. State Sen. Bob Mensch was among those paying tribute.
A Halloween doggie parade, in which costumed pets are encouraged, is scheduled for Saturday at 1 p.m. outside Greenfield Senior Living, 300 Perkiomen Ave. It's planned as a rain-or-shine event.