Today at The Post
Online shopping has created a demand by fulfillment centers and shippers for warehouses and industrial space. It prompted a recent $210 million sale of 43 buildings generally within the Route 422 corridor
North Sunnybrook Road was resurfaced Thursday with an oil-and-stone chip mixture that can take a few days to settle and be embedded. Lower Pottsgrove posted warning signs along its length.
Responders to last year's Ashwood Apartments fire in North Coventry Township, and Phoenixville Borough police who diligently investigated a murder, were honored Friday by Chester County's district attorney.
Electrical power to about 120 customers - in Douglass (Berks) and Boyertown, but primarily in Earl Township - were hit with power outages Sunday through Monday. Also, a portion of Hill School Road in Douglass was closed.
It's not a merger, and not a purchase, but potentially a partnership. Tower Health and Philadelphia-based Penn Medicine said they will work for six months to determine ""potential areas of collaboration."
More than 200 people are ready for five days filled with adventure, history lessons, and beautiful river scenery during the 23rd annual Schuylkill River Sojourn. It arrives Sunday in Pottstown, on the way to Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania State Police said Friday they have arrested a Schwenksville woman whose verbal argument with her parents allegedly turned physical. They also separately reported investigations involving alleged drug possession.
Reflecting both federal advisories and the increasing spread of the highly dangerous coronvirus' Delta variant, Montgomery County updated its guidelines Thursday for universal mask-wearing inside schools.