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."
The township police department reported the man it claims is a suspect took car keys from an unlocked locker at LA Fitness in Collegeville, and used them to "retrieve" a wallet from a car.
Grants from the state Liquor Control Board, recently awarded to Ursinus College and Family Services of Montgomery County, are hoped to put a dent in underage and dangerous drinking practices locally.
Student Transportation of America, which provides busing services to the Perkiomen Valley School District under contract, will hold a hiring event Friday in Collegeville. It's looking for bus monitors.
Like deserts without an oasis, a new map shows hundreds of neighborhoods across western Montgomery County lack adequate childcare. A shout of thanks to mud-moving firefighters. And, food over flowers.
One of the Perkiomen Valley School District's most popular community education classes, its "Behind the Wheel" driver program, returns this fall. There are other offerings too; some live, some virtual, and all entertaining.
State Sen. Bob Mensch counts constituent opinions about pandemic restrictions. At an inn not far from Pottstown, the offer of a "workcation." And, professional decision-makers named at Providence Place.
Collegeville began utility installations Friday along Route 29 between 9th Avenue and Charles Street, respectively. Some closures occur daily, others overnight. The works is scheduled to end in October.