Student Transportation of America, which provides busing services to the Perkiomen Valley School District under contract, will hold a hiring event Friday in Collegeville. It's looking for bus monitors.
Under two separate grant programs administered by Gov. Wolf, the state announced cash awards for 10 local education providers - the majority of them school districts - totaling more than $770,000.
Work on Schwenksville's new borough hall, 300 Main St., continued Wednesday with masonry work outside, and new flooring installed in its huge community room. It may be ready for move-in by late October.
Like deserts without an oasis, a new map shows hundreds of neighborhoods across western Montgomery County lack adequate childcare. A shout of thanks to mud-moving firefighters. And, food over flowers.
One of the Perkiomen Valley School District's most popular community education classes, its "Behind the Wheel" driver program, returns this fall. There are other offerings too; some live, some virtual, and all entertaining.
A just-released PennDOT study includes the Zieglerville roundabout that opened at Routes 29 and 73 during 2009 among 22 that have proven effective in reducing traffic crashes and fatalities.
State Sen. Bob Mensch counts constituent opinions about pandemic restrictions. At an inn not far from Pottstown, the offer of a "workcation." And, professional decision-makers named at Providence Place.
Several police departments in western Montgomery County, and state police patrols, intend to step up enforcement against DUI offenders during the Labor Day holiday in an effort to reduce accidents.