Four Royersford students were recently honored for accomplishments at their educational institutions.
Two-vehicle crash in Limerick injures one individual; municipal pensions are a hot topic now in Harrisburg; and no ban on Tweeting or texting in a PA courtroom.
MCIU, of which Spring-Ford schools are a part, dedicates new offices; Collegeville non-profit promotes healthy food; Sacred Heart in Royersford opens a cafe; hybrid learning in Royersford?; and e-cig worries.
The Railroad Street Bar and Grill in Linfield gave away spruce tree seedlings to patrons Wednesday, and then bought more as its gift for Limerick township parks.
The township police department, as it has in previous years, will participate in the county-wide Drug Take-Back Day. Get rid of unused and unwanted medications conveniently!
Watch 20 college student teams make their pitch for funding, a la "Shark Tank," to panelists Saturday at Ursinus College. They could win $16,000 in prize money.
Spring-Ford reconsiders its busing route policy; Montgomery County launches a bike sharing program; the Folk Festival line-up; Lyme Disease is a widespread problem in PA; and AG Kane hearing moves.
Montgomery County wardens are looking for dog tags. Is your pet officially licensed?; the 10th annual Valley Forge Revolutionary Run draws its biggest crowd; and moving dirt in Oaks, but not building.
Mike Lavanga, once chief of staff to Limerick's former state Rep. Mark Painter, has been named to a position at the Delaware County Democratic Committee.
Spring-Ford Area High School's post-prom party revolves this year around a fantasy theme. The public can get a free advance peek at what juniors and seniors will enjoy.
The bank's Limerick branch office is participating again this year in an effort to collect 650 pounds of food items to benefit pantries in Royersford and elsewhere.
The Montgomery County NOPE Task Force will bring its anti-drug-and-alcohol abuse messages Tuesday (April 21) to student and public forms at Spring-Ford Area High School.
The Berman Museum exhibit that showcases the best works from the college's students opens next Tuesday (April 21) and runs through May 15. It's free, too!
The 10th annual ceremony includes dinner for, and the presentation of awards to, individuals who Spring-Ford Area High seniors say have made a difference in their lives.