Four of 11 mail-in ballot drop-off sites for the 2020 general election were opened Saturday by Montgomery County in Pottstown, Royersford, Skippack, and Green Lane. They'll operate daily at varying times through Nov. 3.
Montgomery County says its Office of Public Health will offer free flu shots by appointment only during October at locations in Pottstown, Oaks, Pennsburg, and Green Lane, as well as at six other sites.
A local Girl Scout earns that organization's highest award with work in Green Lane. Three local employers introduce experts in new positions. And, Boyertown area artists show off latest creations.
A federal court lawsuit has been filed in Pennsylvania opposing the use of mail ballot drop-off boxes, like those Montgomery County relied upon during the 2020 primaries. Hearing dates are set in September.
If you've had too much alcohol stay off Green Lane Reservoir, the Schuylkill River, Perkiomen Creek, and other waterways during the Independence holiday. State officers are looking for violators.
Montgomery County said six walk-up coronavirus test sites would begin operating next week, five days weekly at pre-set times, in Pottstown, Green Lane, Norristown, Lansdale, Ardmore, and Willow Grove.
After the Memorial Day holiday ends crews again will work on behalf of PennDOT, milling and repaving Route 29 between Lower Frederick and Green Lane. Drivers should expect delays.
For yet another week, crews working on behalf of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will be busy milling and repaving Route 29 between Lower Frederick and Green Lane. Drivers beware.