Upper Perkiomen Valley area attorney Michelle M. Forsell has joined the Pottstown-based offices of law firm Wolf, Baldwin & Associates PC and occupies its new offices at 570 Main St., Pennsburg.
Maybe you're interested raising honey bees. Maybe you've operated bee hives for awhile, but need a refresher on techniques. The Montgomery County Beekeepers Association has an upcoming course for both.
Three of the projects are in the borough of Pottstown, and the remaining three are in Collegeville, Upper Providence, and Phoenixville. A total of $7.25 million in state grant money is headed this way.
Anticipating that coronavirus cases might rise after the winter break, the Perkiomen Valley School District is delaying its Jan. 4 planned resumption of on-site education by a week, to Jan. 11.
Schwenksville resident Meghan Drakas, a former intern for The Posts, has been hired as a multi-media journalist for two group-owned television stations in the Columbia-Jefferson City MO market.
Ted Hodgins, photographer and social media expert for the Perkiomen Township Fire Company, represents the kind of volunteer many fire companies hope to recruit. They help the organization without picking up a hose.
Veterans interred at cemeteries in Pottstown, Limerick, East Coventry, Boyertown, and Collegeville were honored by their loved ones and others during Saturday's annual Wreaths Across America observance.
The governor's latest pandemic order means you can't go inside the buildings at Montgomery County's historic sites. But they're offering fun videos, and their trails and lands are open to explore too.