The Western Montgomery Career and Technology Center chapter of SkillsUSA, which helps promote career education, will serve up spaghetti
The Western Montgomery Career and Technology Center chapter of SkillsUSA, which helps promote career education, will serve up spaghetti and meatballs as a fund-raiser.
Liquor license fees from local restaurants, clubs and beer vendors helped slightly enrich Limerick and 12 other municipalities on Monday.
The King of Prussia PA casino made almost a million dollars less in gross table revenue during August 2014 than it did during the same month last year, a report said.
Franklin Mills in Philadelphia, operated by the same company that runs Philadelphia Premium Outlets in Limerick, will receive a multi-million dollar renovation and name change.
With reverence, care and formality, several Boy and Girl scout units in Limerick Township joined Thursday to honor the American flag in a Patriot's Day retirement ceremony at St. James UCC.
A special "airing" of vintage quilts, accompanied by professionals who know their way around a pattern, will be on display Saturday at Peter Wentz Farmstead in Worcester.
Upper Schuylkill Valley Park's fifth annual butterfly day has all sorts of insect-themed fun and family activities, and is sure to be filled with nature's splendor.
Montgomery County Prothonotary Mark Levy's Norristown office will open Saturday (Sept. 13) for special hours to take U.S. passport applications on "Passport Day."
The current executive of the Berks County Intermediate Unit, John J. George,in October will lead the similar entity in Montgomery County.
The former Penn State freshman cornerback was a featured speaker Friday as Exelon's Limerick Generating Station began its annual United Way fund-raising campaign.
The respected English literature scholar arrived to head the college in July 2011, after spending a decade as president of Butler University in Indiana.
The state Supreme Court will hear a case over whether Philadelphia has the power to limit how many students attend charter schools. The outcome may affect Spring-Ford.
Limerick and eight other local municipalities have won a total of $16,000 in federal grants to help buy bulletproof vests for their police officers. Each costs about $900.
Evergreen Road residents who complained drivers zoomed past their homes traveling to and from outlet stores in Limerick got some relief. Police were out in August, issuing tickets.