Tower Health plans to open a new urgent care center Monday in North Coventry. The Reading PA-based non-profit healthcare provider is battling against other firms, some of them larger, for market share.
The pandemic resulted in highly restricted travel, which cut into state motor license fund revenues. Traffic projects in Limerick and Trappe were put on hold, but similar projects in Upper Providence, Upper Pottsgrove, and Lower Salford move ahead.
The Perkiomen Valley Chamber of Commerce wanted to keep serving members, but also comply with orders to keep employees home. So, like some business owners themselves, it's having an out-of-office experience.
With coronavirus spreading, and more Perkiomen Valley residents facing job cutbacks or layoffs, families in need increasingly are turning to the Daily Bread Community Food Pantry for assistance.
A woman in Schwenksville and a man in Trappe on Wednesday were identified as being among Montgomery County's newest confirmed coronavirus cases.
Heeding the advice of state and federal officials, the Perkiomen Valley Chamber of Commerce has postponed remaining events in March. Its sights are set now on two big events in April.
Students in the Owen J. Roberts, Perkiomen Valley, and Phoenixville Area school districts will get added computer training thanks to $35,000 grants arriving soon from the state Education Department.
The Daily Bread Community Food Pantry will be the beneficiary of the annual pancake breakfast scheduled for March 15 by the Collegeville Rotary Club. Chow down so someone else can eat just as well.