Harleysville resident Tyler Currier has achieved the ultimate honor in Boy Scouting. During the weekend he was publicly introduced as the latest Eagle Scout from Troop 178 of Kulpsville.
Ninth-grade student Rachel Bergey devised a way to entice destructive spotted lanternflies into her trap on the trunk of a tree, and get them to "stick around," so to speak. She won two awards.
Utility construction will keep crews working for PECO Energy busy next week on Route 63 in Lower Salford, Route 23 in Phoenixville, and Route 29 in Pennsburg. Drive cautiously.
The utility company is performing installation work in Pottstown and Phoenixville boroughs next week. It will be conducting aerial work in Lower Salford. Expect potential delays in those areas.
Residents of 49 Montgomery County municipalities were reported Sunday to have been infected by coronavirus, bringing the county's total cases to 431. Five individuals have died of the disease.
Flaggers will be out in force today through Friday to restrict lanes on a portion of Route 113 in Lower Salford, between between Sharon Lane and Old Morris Road, PennDOT reported.
Food pantries across western Montgomery County, including those in Collegeville, Pennsburg and Harleysville, are being supported by new funding announced Friday by the state.
John Robertson of Harleysville, previously assistant director of communications at Virginia Military Institute, has joined the Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation, also in a communications role.