Community service awards will be presented at month's end for two companies that collectively operate restaurants in four area municipalities, including those in Limerick and Royersford.
Royersford and Limerick officers and patrols will join those in nine other local police departments in a concerted crack-down on DUIs and other alcohol-related crimes.
An April 30 judicial and upset sale for tax-delinquent real estate, conducted by the Montgomery County treasurer, included six local properties as of Monday.
One youth was injured, another arrested as fights reportedly broke out after a Friday night dance at the 422 SportsPlex in Lower Pottsgrove. Limerick was among 11 police departments responding.
Can you and a teammate sprint through the forest, climb a mountain, and paddle a canoe over more than 2 miles faster than other competitors? You'll know only if you survive the challenge.
Kids and adults alike can participate in the 5-k fund-raising walk and run that starts April 24 at 6:30 p.m. from Spring-Ford High School. Early registrations are being accepted now.
An unmanned fixed-wing aircraft built in a Norristown suburb was tested late last month for possible use in future patrols of energy pipelines.
Management for the popular restaurant on Buckwalter Road made a substantial donation to the Pottstown Family Center to assist families across western Montgomery County with a variety of basic living needs.
Business finance experts with the Pottstown chapter of SCORE will hold a Monday (April 6) free workshop to help entrepreneurs develop top-notch pleas for capital.
Doing minor home maintenance now, as small projects, can help owners avoid big problems and bigger bills later, according to HomeAdvisor.com
Regulations that affect parking on portions of South Ninth Avenue, Spring Street, and Fifth Avenue will be considered for approval April 14 by the Royersford Borough Council.
Montgomery County commissioners arrive tonight (Thursday) at 7 p.m. in Sanatoga for a town hall-style meeting with county residents. They'll listen to you; you can listen to them.
Some drives race down shortcut streets in Royersford to avoid traffic trouble spots. The borough police department wants them to know its officers, and their boxes, are waiting.
The annual Bucks and Montgomery counties' Regional History Day will be held Saturday in Collegeville. Its exhibits will be open for public viewing shortly after noon.