Schwenksville Fire Company volunteers voted Monday to merge operations with the Lower Frederick Fire Company. The intent: to better utilize manpower, reduce costs, and maintain fire protection for the borough and township.
Lower Frederick firefighters brought equipment Sunday and donated their time to support a fund-raiser in Zieglerville to benefit the Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation.
Registration remains available for the third annual fund-raiser, which benefits the volunteer Collegeville Fire Company.
Work crews will be busy next Monday through Friday in Upper Salford, as they re-pave Shelly Road. Traffic into the Shelley Square Shopping Center from Sumneytown Pike should not be affected.
A Lower Frederick man faces aggravated assault and other charges for an incident that occurred Saturday, in which he allegedly beat a woman with a baseball bat.
Students who attend Perkiomen Valley, Spring-Ford, and Phoenixville high schools are among those most challenged in the nation to perform at higher academic levels, according to an annual Washington Post newspaper analysis.
Blood supplies fall to lower levels during the spring. Help save a life by donating at the June 5 blood drive scheduled at the St. Mary parish hall in Spring Mount.
Members of Washington Camp 387 of the Patriotic Order Sons of America have scheduled a flag retirement ceremony for June 11 at Schwenksville's Meadow Park. The event is open to the public.