The first of Schwenksville's efforts to help build community enthusiasm and raise funds for its revitalization is the sale of bricks to be embedded in the new pedestrian square.
Drivers on a portion of Route 113 in Skippack and Lower Salford can anticipate overnight lane restrictions that begin tonight and continue through Thursday.
Upper Providence police are looking for an alleged thief who they say took a wallet in a Collegeville store, changed his clothes, then used its bank cards for purchases in an Oaks store.
Lower Frederick Township staffers were anxiously awaiting the arrival Wednesday of equipment that they hope will significantly muffle screeching and shrieking noises coming from its sewer treatment plant.
Potholes on roads owned or maintained by Lower Frederick Township are scheduled to be filled and fixed next week by Public Works employees.
Two remaining township Board of Supervisors members, Terry Sacks and Marla Hexter, learned only five minutes before the start of their meeting that Chairman Robert Yoder had resigned.
A patient wait of more than 10 months ended Tuesday, as members of the Skippack Fire Company took delivery of their new Squad 86 rescue engine.
The Collegeville franchise of The Goddard School involved its students in a recycling parade, in which they rode on floats made from reused materials. The event taught them about "going green."