Western Montgomery County municipal offices, police and fire departments, and ambulance crews were busy with responses Tuesday night during the bi-annual disaster drill focused on the Limerick Generating Station.
William Rubery last week took his oath of office and became the newest volunteer member of the Lower Frederick Fire Police.
It's expected to cost $5,000 to fix damage caused during overnight Thursday or early Friday hours outside Perkiomen Valley Middle School West in Zieglerville. A vehicle was used to tear up athletic fields. Police are requesting public help in the incident.
An underground pipeline that currently carries oil beneath the feet of residents near Trappe will be converted to deliver natural gas under a new deal between two energy companies.
State Rep. Marcy Toepel isn't holding a Dec. 8 holiday party to collect gifts for herself. She hopes visitors will bring along a non-perishable food item to benefit local families in need.
Paperwork submitted for the creation of a Lower Frederick agriculture security district, approved by the Board of Supervisors in September, has been delayed by a paperwork problem.
Public service veteran Kevin R. Tobias, who has worked for decades as manager of several Southeastern Pennsylvania townships and boroughs, is now on the job in Lower Frederick.
Lower Frederick's Parks and Recreation Board has a meeting scheduled for Monday night at the municipal building.