Upper Providence police, much like other local law enforcement agencies, see value in using property owners' video surveillance footage for investigation purposes. The department launched a voluntary video system registry.
With video. Thursday's rain presented an "iffy" call for Lower Frederick's Parks and Recreation Board, but showers ended before evening. It decided to go with its first summer concert. The crowd was small, but it enjoyed the show.
Students from Pottstown, Pennsburg, Collegeville, and Phoenixville were among 21 members of Class 22-01 who are now graduates from the Municipal Police Academy at Montgomery County Community College. One also is an award-winner.
A Barto resident driving a pick-up truck in Skippack Township crashed into a utility pole, and was injured and trapped inside when the truck landed on its driver side. He was taken to Grandview Hospital.
Get your musical groove on Thursday at 7 p.m. in Collegeville's Community Park, as The Bachelor Boys Band performs in the borough's second summer concert. It's free to attend and open to the public.
Blood and blood products are in short supply at this time of year. If you're able, donate blood June 27 during a drive sponsored by St. Mary's Catholic Church in Schwenksville.
Eighteen state vehicle inspection providers in the Tri-County area that have had licenses suspended - some because they violated rules, others simply because they no longer offer inspections - are listed in a new PennDOT database.
Teachers of dance in Pennsylvania aren't certified in dance, but instead in communications or physical or vocational education. That needs to change, two state representatives suggested, to ensure the quality of future dance education.