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.
A Halloween doggie parade, in which costumed pets are encouraged, is scheduled for Saturday at 1 p.m. outside Greenfield Senior Living, 300 Perkiomen Ave. It's planned as a rain-or-shine event.
You'll be hungering for a warm and hearty meal when the cool of mid-November rolls through. Volunteers at Heidelberg United Church of Christ will have just what you're hoping for.
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.
A college-bound Schwenksville student was treated Thursday to not only a $2,000 scholarship, but also to a neighborhood party enjoyed by family, friends, and happily hungry guests.
Borough Planning Commission members voted Thursday to recommend to Borough Council that it undertake a review of "management processes" at and "long-term management solutions" for the Borough Authority.
Lifestyles have changed because of the coronavirus, and the latest changes affect those bound for college. With many universities switching to an all-online format for the fall, some students feel it's beneficial to start their higher education experience at local institutions.