Its red kettle donation campaign, readily seen in Pottstown, Boyertown, Phoenixville and elsewhere, is falling 30 percent behind last year's donations. The primary cause? A later Thanksgiving observance.
Residents of Collegeville, Schwenksville, Gilbertsville and Douglassville, all of whom work for Tower Health hospitals, were honored during the "Nightingale of Pennsylvania" awards gala in Harrisburg.
The holiday season is upon us and so too, state Sen. Katie Muth reports, are holiday scams. A program set for Dec. 17 in Collegeville, in cooperation with the state attorney general, may be helpful.
Collegeville police are actively investigating a report of an attack on an Ursinus College student, attempted Sunday morning on Sixth Avenue in the borough. The victim yelled for help, and was let go.
Food pantries across western Montgomery County, including those in Collegeville, Pennsburg and Harleysville, are being supported by new funding announced Friday by the state.
A Collegeville resident, who state officials say has offered "outstanding service" to make life better for those at the Southeastern Veterans’ Center, has been named to the center's Hall of Fame.
It's unusual to see construction workers at their jobs on a weekend, much less a Sunday afternoon, but a diligent crew was getting work done then on an easily recognized fixture in Collegeville.
Steve Keyte of Schwenksville, and seven residents of Collegeville, were among 13 area runners who joined more than 53,000 athletes participating Sunday in the world-famous TCS New York City Marathon.