Montgomery County's Western Career Center looks to enroll 9th- and 10th-graders next year from the Pottsgrove, Spring-Ford Area and Upper Perkiomen school districts.
Dog licenses must be purchased or renewed for your pet by Jan. 1. A Montgomery County annual license costs $8.50.
Children who witnessed the terrifying fire that destroyed the home of Limerick Police Det. Ernie Morris could use comfort as much as his family. It arrived Saturday, dressed as Santa.
State senators who this year pushed for Pennsylvania's legalization of marijuana for medicinal purposes hope to re-introduce the same bill during 2015.
U.S. Route 422 would be less congested with fewer vehicles on the road, but how do you reduce driver demand for a highway? That's the topic of a public workshop Dec. 16 in King of Prussia.
Royersford, Trappe and Schwenksville residents have been honored for their academic accomplishments, as reported by their respective colleges and universities.
Limerick Township's 2014 edition of the untimed 2-mile Rudolph Run begins Saturday at 10 a.m. from the Railroad Street Bar and Grill. Registrations are still be taken.
Its parks and recreation department is planning a "Noon Year's Eve" party on Dec. 31, during daytime hours of course, for kids between the ages of 5 and 12. Tickets are available now.
Erin Cohen, former manager of the Limerick branch office of Ambler Savings Bank, has been promoted by its board of trustees.
Mark Dehnert was selected Monday as the new president of the Spring-Ford Area Board of School Directors.
Off they go, just before Santa arrives! The holidays can make you do crazy things, including a 5-K run and walk Saturday along the Perkiomen Trail.
It turns the South Lewis Road high school media center into a relaxing place to meet, greet, and surf the Web, a representative said.
Supervisors have avoided a tax increase by transferring money from savings to balance next year's budget.