Members of the ChesMont Astronomical Society are due to hear about adventures of photographing the great beyond.
The 290-foot bridge in Collegeville was closed for safety reasons during 2013. It will take about 20 months and $7.7 million to demolish and replace the old structure.
The company's two nuclear reactors are now approved for operation though 2044 and 2049, respectively.
A new website and three accompanying webinars, created in part by Penn State Cooperative Extension, may help Limerick residents find health insurance coverage they need.
With Video. That's the theme of a new video launched last week on the "Visit Valley Forge" channel on YouTube.
Firefighters conducted a controlled burn of 18 acres there Thursday in an attempt to eliminate invasive plant species.
The Montgomery County Community College Technology and Learning Conference for teachers hits a 20-year milestone this October, with special speakers and programs. Registration is under way.
The annual breakfast hosted by state Sen. John Rafferty for area veterans is scheduled for Oct. 25 at Sunnybrook Ballroom. Seating is limited, though, so register in advance.
Volunteers who assisted the Royersford Bible Fellowship in its charity work Saturday could also have put their hands on a pair of prize bulls. Well, sort of.
Several speakers have already agreed to offer testimony during the public hearing on House Bill 841, to be held Wednesday at the Limerick Township municipal building.
The ceremony that officially reopens the Spring-Ford Area School District memorial arboretum will be part of its 2014 Homecoming Weekend festivities.
Rep. Mark Painter will conduct his free and second annual Senior Health Expo on Oct. 2 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Sunnybrook Ballroom in nearby Sanatoga.
A book launch party for the second novel written by "Pastor Bill" Beck of the Spring City Fellowship is scheduled for Oct. 6 in Collegeville.