Lower Frederick's Parks and Recreation Board will present its free Fall Fest on Saturday (Oct. 16) in the township's Foy Park, Perkiomenville. There's supervised fun, and plenty of things to see, do and eat.
The 24th District state senator, and former 147th District representative, will have spent more than two decades in political life when he retires in 2023. He'll miss constituents, he said, but won't miss the occasionally grueling work schedule.
While everyone else stayed indoors to escape torrential rain and gusting winds of Tropical Storm Ida, Skippack-based state police said a thief used the bad weather as cover to steal a catalytic converter.
It's been seven weeks - long weeks, for many - since Tropical Storm Ida hit western Montgomery County. Places like Collegeville are still cleaning up the mess. It's recruiting volunteer workers for Sunday.
Get out of the house and do something! These activities are scheduled to occur this weekend (Friday through Sunday, Oct. 15-17, 2021), as provided to The Post calendar.
The healthcare system, which provides patient services in the Upper Perkiomen Valley, launched a $14 million capital campaign to help cover the costs of a hospital expansion due for completion in 2023.
The family-owned grocery chain specializes in fresh and organic foods and products, and already operates in Collegeville and Douglassville. It plans in November to start building a seventh store near Reading.
The more than decade-old Providence Town Center, which has grown in consumer shopping importance in western Montgomery County and the Philadelphia region, is being offered for sale by its owners.