Two elected officials will offer the opportunity April 6 to register for real estate fraud protections, and veterans to sign up for a discount ID card ... both in one place. And another document shredding event is scheduled April 9.
Got a SEPTA Key Senior ID card that seems ready to expire? There's no need to travel into Philadelphia for an update. State Rep. Joe Ciresi's staff can help with renewals at his Royersford office.
Maybe you do, and maybe you don't, have cash or valuables you've forgotten about that are now being held for safekeeping by the Pennsylvania Treasury. How will you know unless you check? Try this event.
Local delivery of free, high-quality N95 face masks endorsed for COVID-19 protection has started at a limited number of pharmacies. Some won't be stocked until mid-month. Best advice: call ahead to check your store.
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.
Pottstown Area Economic Development has won a more than $320,000 state Keystone Communities grant to renovate the former PNC Bank building on the 200 block of East High Street downtown.
The state distributed more than $1.49 million Monday in equipment grants to career and technology centers. The money will benefit Pottstown, Pottsgrove, Spring-Ford, Upper Perkiomen, Perkiomen Valley, Boyertown, and Phoenixville school districts.
Rep. Joe Ciresi's proposed fund would offer state residents supplemental emergency grants to help recover from disasters like Tropical Storm Ida, whether FEMA applied or not. It would be paid for by state liquor taxes.