A single lane on East Park Avenue, which crosses through Schwenksville and Perkiomen, will be closed weekdays from Sept. 21 through late October to make bridge repairs, PennDOT said Thursday.
Seventeen high school seniors, who collectively attend five schools within The Posts' circulation area, have been named as semifinalists to compete for National Merit Scholarships next spring.
Parents and other drivers of young children can be certain of their safety by having child car seats checked In Lower Salford and Phoenixville. The free service is being offered during National Child Passenger Safety Week.
Remember when so many birds were found ill or dead during this year's summer months? Researchers think they now know why, and that the danger is over. Time to re-install bird feeders, Lower Frederick suggested Wednesday.
Record-height Ida flood waters so damaged Schwenksville Borough Hall that it may be closed for months. Its staff is working remotely in the interim. As of Thursday, the best way to reach it was by e-mail.
Two Schuylkill River water quality improvement projects in western Montgomery County, and one in northern Chester County, have been awarded thousands in grant money by the Schuylkill River Greenways National Heritage Area. The work is intended, in part, to help reduce flooding.
A pair of burglars allegedly stole $4,500 in hand and power tools from the Upper Hanover home of a 49-year-old man, state police reported Wednesday. No force was involved, and they got away. The case is under investigation.
Advocates of riparian buffers - trees and other plantings near stream and creek beds - say they could help reduce flooding impacts like those created last week by heavy rains from Tropical Storm Ida.