The Perkiomen Valley Library at Schwenksville offers its last "Story in the Park" for 2022 on Thursday at 10 a.m. in Lower Frederick Township's Cuddy Park, Colonial Drive. Your youngsters will love it.
Lower Frederick residents of all ages are among those nationwide occasionally being conned by scam artists in phone calls, e-mails, and text messages. Its police department offers advice to deal with the problem.
Gary Krupp was a three-term former member of Schwenksville Borough Council, and also served Lower Frederick as an elected township auditor. He worked in financial roles with Unisys Corp. for more than 40 years.
Drivers headed to or from Lower Frederick, accustomed to using the bridges at Salford Station or Hendricks Station roads to cross the Perkiomen Creek, may want to think twice. They could be unusable for awhile.
Storm-engorged flood waters in Swamp Creek overwhelmed and significantly damaged the bridge at Spring Mount Road and Gravel Pike in Lower Frederick. Crews had begun repair work Thursday.
The township's all-volunteer Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee has refined county and residents' input on how Lower Frederick might look roughly 20 years from now. A draft of the document will be publicly discussed May 6.
Lower Frederick Supervisor Terry Bird offered public compliments Thursday as Montgomery County Commissioners prepared to renew their financial commitment in preserving agricultural land use.
Lower Frederick Township and some of its residents intend to play a significant role in the 2020 stream and park clean-up, sponsored April 4 by the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy.