Lower Salford Township is receiving more than $234,000 as part of first-ever grants awarded by PennDOT as reimbursements for traffic technology upgrades. Its money recognizes improvements on Sumneytown Pike.
That’s where PECO Energy on Monday will begin a roughly eight-week-long utility construction project under a PennDOT highway occupancy permit. Drivers will see flaggers, who will help direct traffic.
An electronics recycling event specifically for Lower Salford residents will be conducted Saturday (Dec. 3) at the township municipal building in Harleysville. Reserve your spot in advance, online.
PennDOT lane closures are planned during this week on portions of Fretz, Yoder, Clemens, and Ruth roads in Lower Salford for highway milling and paving. Travel with caution.
Upper Providence, Lower Salford, and New Hanover townships, and the borough of Schwenksville each won traffic signal upgrade grants Wednesday from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
A New York-based financial services referrer ranked best qualities of housing markets in Pennsylvania. Audubon finished third in home affordability. Harleysville ranked eighth overall as a healthy housing market.
Across western Montgomery County, dozens of individuals are expect to participate Feb. 18-21 in the annual Great Backyard Bird Count. How many birds can you spot, from your chosen spot?
Snowfall totals in portions of Montgomery, Berks and Chester counties, tallied Saturday night by the National Weather Service, might surprise you. With the storm ended, speed restrictions on U.S. Routes 422 and 202 were lifted.