A Collegeville-based software company that opened in 2013 was named Wednesday to a list of the 500 fastest-growing technology companies in North America.
The planned realignment of Route 29 in Collegeville at the Royal Farms convenience store under construction began Saturday. It requires detours that will persist through Wednesday.
Blood shortages annually occur between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day. Help in advance to save someone's life! Donate blood during any one of nine drives at six local sites between Nov. 16 and 28.
The popular grocery discounter operated a store in Royersford until October 2018. Now it's reportedly looking to open units in Collegeville, King of Prussia, and Norristown.
Eagle Scout Evan Romano of Troop 105 in Schwenksville recently received congratulations for his personal accomplishments from his Pennsylvania state senator, Bob Mensch.
Pennsylvania came to the aid of more than 90 local small businesses Saturday, announcing they had already received, or were due to get, a total of more than $1.76 million in pandemic-related grants. See the list.
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.
Seven medium- and small-sized, employee-focused companies in western Montgomery and northern Chester counties have been named to a statewide list as the 2020 "Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania."