Initially concerned about the potential of a water rescue, Perkiomen Township and other first responder units turned out early Tuesday to Gravel Pike. They found a crashed car missed the creek itself, and landed on an adjacent bank.
Michael Lessar, one of the Royersford Fire Department's first full-time employees and a former Pottstown fire chief, died Monday of COVID-19. A Tuesday honor procession, created by his peers and colleagues, provided an escort to a Reading funeral home.
Reliant Group of Companies, a King of Prussia investment firm, has agreed to open a Saladworks restaurant franchise next year at Providence Town Center in Collegeville, it announced.
Separate and unrelated traffic incidents that occurred only minutes apart, at opposite ends of James Road in Upper Hanover Township, were investigated by Pennsylvania State Police, they said Monday.
The Federal Trade Commission's new eye-opening statistics on consumer scams shows 2021 will be a record year for thieves. Local police departments have done their best to keep abreast of the problem.
PMA Medical Specialists, which provides a wide variety of medical services to patients in western Montgomery and northern Chester counties, said it is "joining" Penn Medicine effective Feb. 1.
Pennsylvania State Police, in reports distributed Sunday on separate and unrelated incidents, said they charged an Perkiomenville man with simple assault, and a Pottstown man with driving under the influence.
Fifty-nine cadets in the Pennsylvania State Police Academy's 162nd graduating class successfully completed their education Thursday. Two have been assigned to serve with Troop K in Skippack.