The Liberty Ministries' Thrift store community room, at its 2200 E. High St., Sanatoga, facility, will serve as the new relief center for victims of the July 30 Ashwood Apartments fire in North Coventry.
Seven people were injured, and more than a hundred lost their homes and belongings, in a multi-alarm fire that broke out Thursday at about 7:20 p.m. at the Ashwood Apartments on Worth Boulevard.
Firefighters responded Saturday from the Monarch and North Coventry fire companies to a utility wire problem that occurred on Black Matt Road in Douglassville.
The North Coventry and Monarch fire companies were among responders who successfully contained a Sunday home fire to only its garage.
With 9 photos. If you were looking in Pottstown for an entertaining way to spend the Fourth of July holiday, the North Coventry Fire Company provided an annual answer, its Firemen's Fair.
Applications are being accepted now from vendors interested in participating in a November home-made crafts show held by the North Coventry Fire Company.