Utility construction will keep crews working for PECO Energy busy next week on Route 63 in Lower Salford, Route 23 in Phoenixville, and Route 29 in Pennsburg. Drive cautiously.
A portion of Main Street in the borough, between 8th and 10th streets, is expected next Monday through Thursday as PECO Energy performs utility construction there.
Open Door Ministry in Royersford, and The Open Link in Pennsburg, are among 10 Montgomery County operators of non-profit food pantries that are receiving state grants to further their efforts.
Utility company PECO Energy has obtained a highway occupancy permit to conduct daytime construction work next Monday through Friday on Route 29 in Pennsburg borough.
Pennsburg-based non-profit The Open Link will benefit through March from a collection of personal and household items being conducted at the local offices of state Sen. Bob Mensch.
A national company that rates car insurance costs and coverages claims drivers in Frederick, Parker Ford, Pennsburg, and Green Lane benefit from some of the lowest average premiums in the state.
Food pantries across western Montgomery County, including those in Collegeville, Pennsburg and Harleysville, are being supported by new funding announced Friday by the state.
More than 400 people - including area veterans, their guests, exhibitors, and other speakers - attended state Sen. Bob Mensch's 8th annual Veterans Appreciation Breakfast on Nov. 2.