Local Congressional Reps. Madeline Dean and Chrissy Houlahan, and Sens. Bob Casey Jr. and Pat Toomey, have been asked to help pass legislation providing more relief to economic victims of the pandemic.
No visitors "except those deemed medically necessary" will be allowed into its facilities beginning Friday (Nov. 27), Tower Health says, in an effort to combat the fast-spreading coronavirus wave.
For the second time in 2020, Pottstown's TriCounty Active Adult Center again closed its doors Friday in an attempt to keep the coronavirus at bay. It does not expect to re-open until January or later.
State money to cover coronavirus-related expenses will soon be delivered to 27 local fire departments and companies, and another nine ambulance and emergency medical service providers.
Pottsgrove schools' administrators are moving full steam ahead to prepare for their students' hybrid return to education by Dec. 1, and foresee an opportunity to resurrect live classes full-time.
Montgomery County businesses employing 50 or fewer workers can qualify for free personal protective equipment to help keep them safe from coronavirus, in a program created by its Board of Commissioners.
Montgomery, Chester and Berks counties, which include locations where households face a higher risk of eviction, will share in $1.98 billion distributed statewide for coronavirus-related eviction relief.
Employees of Penn Assisted Care LLC in Pennsburg are expected to receive about $3 per hour more in their paychecks for a 10-week period, thanks to a $50 million state grant distribution.