Groundwater use in southeastern Pennsylvania and surrounding areas monitored by the Delaware River Basin Commission appears to be sustainable through coming decades, the combined state-federal agency reported Tuesday.
Public votes are being accepted online through Jan. 18 to select Pennsylvania’s River of the Year. Both the Schuylkill River and the Perkiomen Creek were nominated for the honor. You could help either win!
Public voting is open online through Jan. 18 to choose the 2023 winner of Pennsylvania's "River of the Year" title. Both the nearby Schuylkill River and Perkiomen Creek are among four contest nominees.
Volunteers from the Lower Frederick Parks and Recreation Board and the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy worked Friday for about two hours planting trees and shrubs to create a riparian barrier in flood-prone Foy Park.
With video. Water levels in local tributaries like the Perkiomen Creek and Schuylkill River rose steadily, and moved swiftly, as Monday's full day of rain left western Montgomery County soggy.