The state House will take advantage of Rep. Joe Ciresi's background in local education issues. He's been appointed to its Education Committee, and re-appointed to several others for the new session.
Two fire companies, an ambulance, and police all were dispatched Monday morning to a two-vehicle accident that occurred at the intersection of Lewis and Yeager roads in Upper Providence, a report said.
Two of the newest members of the Pennsylvania House, who separately represent residents of the Perkiomen Valley and Upper Perkiomen, received their committee appointments Monday.
PrimoHoages, the sandwich franchise that already operates stores in western Montgomery and northern Chester counties, has signed agreements with 21 additional franchisees, many of them in New Jersey.
Several seats are vacant now, or soon may become so, on Lower Frederick Township's various advisory boards, commissions, and committees. If you can spare time to help the community, let Manager Mark Hudson know.
Despite the effort needed to wade through a mountain of job applications, Lower Frederick Police Chief Paul Maxey on Tuesday told township supervisors he has 75 "outstanding" options to find a new officer.
Lower Frederick supervisors re-elected Chuck Yeiser as chair, and Marla Hexter as vice chair, of their board during the township's annual reorganization meeting, held virtually on Monday night.
Upper Perkiomen Valley area attorney Michelle M. Forsell has joined the Pottstown-based offices of law firm Wolf, Baldwin & Associates PC and occupies its new offices at 570 Main St., Pennsburg.