Schwenksville resident Meghan Drakas, a former intern for The Posts, has been hired as a multi-media journalist for two group-owned television stations in the Columbia-Jefferson City MO market.
The governor's latest pandemic order means you can't go inside the buildings at Montgomery County's historic sites. But they're offering fun videos, and their trails and lands are open to explore too.
AccuWeather experts predict a strong ski industry should do "fairly well" this year in terms of weather cooperation. Locally, Spring Mountain, Bear Creek Mountain, and Shawnee Mountain all are anxious to open.
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With video. Across 90 different locations along the Perkiomen Watershed, over a thousand volunteers gathered Saturday and worked for hours to rid streams and the landscape of unwanted trash and debris.
Community residents and family members of those at Greenfield Living in Schwenksville enjoyed Halloween early on Saturday, entertained by a parade of dogs dressed in a variety of costumes.
Work on Schwenksville's new borough hall, 300 Main St., continued Wednesday with masonry work outside, and new flooring installed in its huge community room. It may be ready for move-in by late October.
Several police departments in western Montgomery County, and state police patrols, intend to step up enforcement against DUI offenders during the Labor Day holiday in an effort to reduce accidents.