Two of the newest members of the Pennsylvania House, who separately represent residents of the Perkiomen Valley and Upper Perkiomen, received their committee appointments Monday.
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.
Reuse and historic preservation of the Lederach General Store in Lower Salford, and the expansion of the Schwenkfelder Library in Pennsburg, both recently won best-of-design awards from Montgomery County.
In just three months Genesis Healthcare Inc., the publicly held operator of two Sanatoga nursing homes, lost $60 million nationwide in operating expenses and estimated revenue under coronavirus conditions.
Following a successful three-year capital campaign, improvements have been completed and new exhibits are being opened Monday at the Schwenkfelder Library & Heritage Center in Pennsburg.
Eagle Scout Evan Romano of Troop 105 in Schwenksville recently received congratulations for his personal accomplishments from his Pennsylvania state senator, Bob Mensch.
Pennsburg officials and community residents took time Saturday to recognize the hard work and efforts of local first responders to keep residents safe. State Sen. Bob Mensch was among those paying tribute.
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.