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Boyertown Wellness Council Turkey Trot Returns

Boyertown Wellness Council Turkey Trot Returns

Bring friends and family to the Boyertown Community Park to participate in the annual Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot 5K Run and One-Mile Walk.

As VA Clinic Moves from Spring City, So Do Patients

As VA Clinic Moves from Spring City, So Do Patients

The expanded outpatient clinic for U.S. veterans officially began seeing patients Monday in its new West Norriton location. It moved from the Southeastern Veterans Center in Spring City for more space.

Lower Salford Closes Indian Creek Road for Day

Lower Salford Closes Indian Creek Road for Day

Tree removal work at the intersection of Indian Creek and Price roads will cause Lower Salford Township to close a portion of Indian Creek Road on Tuesday (Nov. 23). Driver patience is appreciated.

Tower Health Deal Sells, Keeps Open ChesCo Hospitals

Tower Deal Sells, Keeps Open Two ChesCo Hospitals

Two Tower Health Chester County hospitals, Brandywine and Jennersville, will remain open under new ownership. Their sale to Texas-based Canyon Atlantic Partners takes effect Jan. 1, it said.

'Middle School Market' Open Monday to Those in Need

‘Middle School Market’ Open Monday to Those in Need

Pottsgrove Middle School students and staff members have collected more than 2,500 pounds of food. They'd like nothing better than to give it all away to Pottsgrove families to enjoy for Thanksgiving.

Sports: Gilbertsville Swimmer Places Third; Limerick Woman Volunteers at Marathon

A Gilbertsville resident helped Norwich University succeed in Saturday's North County swimming competition, and a Limerick woman joined fellow students to work as Boston Marathon medical volunteers.

Son Allegedly Stole, Pawned Mom's Diamond Ring

Son Allegedly Stole, Pawned Mom’s Diamond Ring

The mother's engagement ring, reported stolen from a Perkiomen Township home, had an estimated value of $7,800. The son, state police alleged Saturday, pawned it for a small percentage of the price.

Schwenksville, Ursinus Win Planners' 2021 Awards

Schwenksville, Ursinus Win Planners’ 2021 Awards

Schwenksville's transformation of its former fire house into a new borough hall, and Ursinus College's similar reuse of an existing building for a new student center, both won prizes from Montgomery County.

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