Collegeville began utility installations Friday along Route 29 between 9th Avenue and Charles Street, respectively. Some closures occur daily, others overnight. The works is scheduled to end in October.
Domino's Pizza franchisees operate more than 140 stores in the greater Philadelphia region, eight of them within or nearby western Montgomery County. They hope to hire about 700 new employees.
Employees of Penn Assisted Care LLC in Pennsburg are expected to receive about $3 per hour more in their paychecks for a 10-week period, thanks to a $50 million state grant distribution.
The numbers of Montgomery County residents who have been tested positive for COVID-19, as well as those who have died from it, are trending down. Locally, Upper Providence tops the test-positive list.
The five grant announcements, reported by 146th District state Rep. Joe Ciresi, help fix storm water arches, replace sewer lines, support programs to end homelessness, and buy blighted properties.
The Pottstown, Pottsgrove, Spring-Ford, Upper Perkiomen, Perkiomen Valley, and Boyertown school districts all will receive unexpected funding from Montgomery County to cover coronavirus costs.
Sen. Bob Mensch can count, and he thinks these numbers don't work. Grab some free live-streamed yoga classes, but there's a catch: you've got to be old enough. And in Norristown, the construction scene.
A college-bound Schwenksville student was treated Thursday to not only a $2,000 scholarship, but also to a neighborhood party enjoyed by family, friends, and happily hungry guests.