If you own a food service business in Montgomery County, and you're hoping for financial help to survive the pandemic, county commissioners have grants to offer. But hurry: there's a Jan. 8 deadline.
Montgomery County officials played the role of Santa and his elves on Christmas Eve, and delivered a re-opened and rebuilt Ludwig Road bridge as their gift to New Hanover Township drivers.
Three farms in Perkiomen, New Hanover, and Upper Hanover townships were permanently preserved this month. Montgomery County will hold a Wednesday webinar to tell other farmers how they can participate too.
After more than two hours of virtual testimony Thursday from those overwhelmingly opposed to a temporary suspension of in-person schooling in Montgomery County, its Public Health office delayed a vote on the matter for 24 hours.
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.
The numbers of Montgomery County residents who have been tested positive for COVID-19, as well as those who have died from it, are trending down. Locally, Upper Providence tops the test-positive list.
The Pottstown, Pottsgrove, Spring-Ford, Upper Perkiomen, Perkiomen Valley, and Boyertown school districts all will receive unexpected funding from Montgomery County to cover coronavirus costs.
Sen. Bob Mensch can count, and he thinks these numbers don't work. Grab some free live-streamed yoga classes, but there's a catch: you've got to be old enough. And in Norristown, the construction scene.