Today at The Post
A couple of times each year, Phoenixville flushes its borough fire hydrants as a routine maintenance chore. It's that time, again, for the next five weeks. Home tap water may temporarily look cloudy
The cooperative effort is being held Sunday (April 11) at Bear Gym in Boyertown Area Senior High School, 120 Monroe St. If appointments are filled, make a submission for future clinic availability.
Developers of the proposed New Hanover Town Center, which could bring commercial structures and more than 600 housing units to 200-plus acres in the township, have turned to public relations advocacy to positively influence community opinion.
Lower Pottsgrove now has the money available, and is beginning terrain and design work, to remove and replace the deteriorating one-lane, limited-load bridge on Pruss Hill Road.
They're hoping for the best weather possible on April 24 in Royersford, where the borough Parks and Recreation Department is planning an Earth Day-related community clean-up of streets and leisure areas.
North Coventry police are looking for a man they can identify by name and age, but for whom they lack a location. He's charged with retail theft. The department is asking for public help in finding him.
The weather is getting warmer, and PennDOT's schedule is getting busier. In addition to lane closures and delays already announced, the highway agency is adding four more to this week's commuting mix.
Toll Brothers, responsible for several luxury home developments in western Montgomery County, is expanding again with a proposed project of more than 700 residences on 29 acres outside Atlanta GA.