If employer shutdowns, furloughs or layoffs left you without a job in the pandemic, and you're now looking for work, a photo headshot can help dress up your resume. Get one taken professionally, free.
If you're a Montgomery County resident who's lost a job or suffered a 30-percent drop in income since March 1, the county's Rent Relief Program may be able to help. Details are available here.
Critics claim the coronavirus lock-down in Pennsylvania is costing businesses too much revenue. A Harrisburg economist argues it represents short-term pain but yields long-term, and stronger, gain.
Bringing Montgomery County into the least restrictive, or "green" phase of living with the coronavirus has also brought a resurgence in shopping. There were lines of buyers Wednesday at the Limerick outlets.
Montgomery County begins its third week of walk-up coronavirus testing for anyone interested, even though they may not have symptoms, in Pottstown and Norristown. A Blue Bell walk-up site is being added.
Local school districts have until next Tuesday, but most have already acted, to claim a share of more than $1.87 million allocated to them for school health and safety expenses in the wake of the pandemic.
Whether on a full- or part-time basis, those answering survey questions prefer sending their children back into schools ... but safely.
Home owners and renters having difficulty in covering mortgage or rent costs in the wake of the coronavirus may qualify for state help. Applications for assistance become available June 29.