The Rev. George Weiss not only served as first pastor of Schwenkfelders in the colonies, he also wrote an extensive catechism for children. Weiss' life and writings are topics of a May 11 scheduled talk.
Upper Perkiomen Edition
Scammer-related crimes demand an increasing amount of investigative time by Pennsylvania State Police at the Troop K Barracks in Skippack. Latest local examples have arisen in Skippack, Pennsburg, Trappe, East Greenville, Perkiomen, and Worcester.
Motorcycle drivers involved in separate and unrelated single-vehicle accidents, on U.S. Route 422 in Limerick and Knight Road in Upper Hanover, both were cited for traffic offenses, troopers said Tuesday.
The installation of lane striping and rumble strips on Route 663 in parts of Upper Hanover Township and Pennsburg borough may again prompt intermittent lane closures for drivers during the week.
The incident began on Geryville Pike and ended on John Frees Highway. Also, state police from Troop K conducted two separate and unrelated traffic stops, one of which resulted in aggravated assault charges.
Construction work continues on Route 663 in Pennsburg, Upper Hanover, and Milford, the state warned drivers. They should expect intermittent lane closures daily along the route, generally from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Schwenksville resident Mary “Martie” McCartney RN and Univest Executive VP Philip Jackson both have been appointed to the Grand View Hospital Board of Trustees. Long-time board member William Aichele will retire.
A Porsche and a Honda have gone missing from a Pennsburg auction house, and an off-road motorcycle is yet to be found after its theft from Upper Salford. Skippack-based State police are working both cases.