Steve Keyte of Schwenksville, and seven residents of Collegeville, were among 13 area runners who joined more than 53,000 athletes participating Sunday in the world-famous TCS New York City Marathon.
Saturday's Drug Take-Back effort to recover unwanted medicines includes local police departments in Collegeville, Upper Providence, Upper Perkiomen, Limerick, and seven others.
The school district was among three regional winners Friday of special state Department of Education grants to pay for security-related equipment and safety programs for students, faculty, and staff.
Utility construction on Route 663 in Pennsburg, between Seminary and Washington streets, should start Monday night and continue through late October on weeknights only. A lane closure will be required.
If you're traveling on Route 663 between Washington and Seminary streets in Pennsburg during the next two weeks, expect lane closure delays as crews pave the highway there, PennDOT reports.
The bridge between Pennsburg and Red Hill on Route 29 is scheduled for replacement, with bidding as soon as Fall 2020. How are its plans shaping up, and what does the public think? PennDOT wants to know.
Help with federal and state programs and services available to veterans will be available Sept. 6, and every first Friday of the month, at the Coopersburg office of state Rep. Justin Simmons.
Pennsburg resident Kurt Spotts arrived Thursday in Norfolk VA after a 7-month deployment on the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis. His family was waiting when it pulled into port.