Helping Hands Family, which provides autism therapy services at offices in Collegeville and elsewhere, said Tuesday it had expanded its Northeast U.S. service area with recent offices in greater Pittsburgh.
A contract between Collegeville and Montgomery County ensures the borough will receive planning assistance through 2025. The work in part will involve a Main Street zoning district, with cooperation from Ursinus College.
Nineteen parcels of land within Collegeville’s federally designated Special Flood Hazard Area will be bought by the state using FEMA grant money totaling $7.12 million. The properties were wiped out by Tropical Storm Ida flooding.
A federal jury convicted a Collegeville man for financial fraud and the illegal shipment of misbranded animal drugs, the U.S. Attorney’s office in Philadelphia reported Friday.
The federal Transportation Security Administration said it stopped a Collegeville man Saturday as he tried to bring a loaded gun through a checkpoint at Philadelphia International Airport. He faces possible penalties.
After the 2022 election ends, it’s time for campaign clean-ups to begin. No-longer-needed plastic and paperboard yard signs and accompanying stands can be recycled this year at 16 designated locations. Four are available locally.
Participating in the “Bluebird Holiday Workshop” scheduled for Dec. 3 in Collegeville by Penn State Extension can result in both a craft project and valuable information about the birds.
Employees at PNC Bank’s five local branch offices are among 62,000 workers to whom the company is offering a new education benefit. It’s designed to provide knowledge that helps advance their careers.