Schwenksville council empathized Thursday with its property owners. It extended by a month their deadline to pay real estate taxes due, but also agreed to look at borrowing to pay borough bills.
A three-dimensional drafting company on Main Street in Schwenksville is using its high-tech printers to produce, for free, face shields desperately needed by medical professionals fighting coronavirus.
The Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy's annual native plant sale has a new twist this year: order your plants in advance online between May 1 and 31; pick them up in Schwenksville as early as May 9.
Olivia Young might readily identify as a Philadelphia Flyers fan, but she's recently earned a new title: ambassador for Nothing Down, an international non-profit advocate for those with Down syndrome.
Schwenksville Borough Hall is closed, and borough staffers are working primarily by e-mail. Which means residents must rely on e-mail to reach them as well. Council is eyeing an online meeting, too.
As the coronavirus infection spreads, the number of cases reported within The Post's coverage area generally continued to climb, statistics released Friday by Montgomery County.
A woman in Schwenksville and a man in Trappe on Wednesday were identified as being among Montgomery County's newest confirmed coronavirus cases.
The supermarket chain is setting aside time each weekday morning as exclusive shopping for those age 60 and older, and other selected groups. It follows the lead of several other area chains.