Today at The Post
Drivers face stiffer penalties for dumping trash in litter enforcement corridors: designated sections of roads with high scenic or historic value. State agencies and beautification advocates promoted them Thursday.
With video. Gilbertsville Fire and Rescue reported the last remnants of its decades-old fire station came down Friday. A replacement building on the same site will house both the fire company and township police.
A Pottstown High School grad is planning another community event intended to unite area residents "in a constructive way" by observing the anniversary of an 1865 Texas event celebrating the end of slavery.
Shovels were filled and dirt ceremoniously thrown in ground-breaking for the new westbound U.S. Route 422 on-ramp at Sanatoga. An equally celebratory completion event is anticipated in November.
Asphalt sealing and pipe replacement work on sections of U.S. Route 422 across Lower Pottsgrove and Limerick townships will prompt lane closures next week.
Lower Pottsgrove has issued its monthly financial warrant for April 2021, as approved by the Board of Commissioners. It documents where revenues came from, and how money was spent, during the month.
Local school districts need not just more state money to operate, but a system which distributes funding equitably. The push for fair funding statewide continues Thursday in Collegeville.
Pennsylvania's Fish and Boat Commission is helping to pay for educational programs being held June through August by the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy on Green Lane Reservoir in Pennsburg.