Upper Perkiomen, Pottsgrove, Spring-Ford, and Phoenixville schools, Pottstown police, and the Olivet Boys and Girls Club all were winners Tuesday of state grant money awarded for safety and security programs.
A Pennsburg resident suffered minor injuries, police said, in a two-vehicle accident that occurred Monday at 8:44 a.m. in Lower Pottsgrove Township. She was transported to a hospital for treatment.
State Sen. Bob Mensch will join family members and friends of the late U.S. Marine Lance Corporal Leonard Joseph Taglieber on a portion of Route 29 Thursday to honor his memory.
Residents of Pennsburg, Harleysville, Skippack, and Collegeville brought their share of awards home from the 103rd Pennsylvania Farm Show, which closed Saturday after a busy run in Harrisburg.
Remember, months ago, when credit card-skimming devices were found on ATMs and gas pumps in Pennsburg, Lower Pottsgrove, Limerick, and Spring City? As of Aug. 28, just having a skimmer becomes a crime.
Police, ambulance crew members and firefighters in Pennsburg helped reunite a lost young child with family members after a search of several hours Tuesday.
Solving crimes often requires patience and public help. Three months after a rash of credit card-skimming thefts, one area police department is still looking for a suspect. Do you know her?
Upper Perkiomen police hope you can help identify a woman in an orange jacket, who they say is being sought in an alleged credit card fraud at two Wawa stores.