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.
Local properties are among those involved in this year's edition of the nation's oldest house tour, Chester County Day on Oct. 4. It benefits Chester County Hospital.
Pharmacy technicians help licensed pharmacists dispense prescription medication to customers or health care professionals. There's a growing need for them, MCCC says.
The Sept. 20 season premiere party at Pottstown's Steel River Playhouse is free and open to the public. It offers a sneak peek at what will appear on its stages from now though June.
Lindt Chocolates, which operates a store at the Philadelphia Premium Outlets in Limerick, is growing so fast it added a third U.S. warehouse here in Pennsylvania.
Two Sept. 27 morning presentations at Lower Perkiomen Valley Park in Oaks will teach visitors about the value of rain gardens. Then they'll get to help plant one, right in the park itself.
Pennsylvania has more than $38.9 billion in assets, but more than $100 billion in debt. Paying it off would require $14,500 extra from every taxpayer, a study shows.
The Cubs will honor Old Glory by properly retiring flags they've collected throughout the year, in a Sept. 11 event at St. James UCC Church on South Limerick Road.
Professional counselors will offer discussions on three consecutive Mondays in Downingtown PA, intended to help those grieving, seeking purpose in life, or wanting contentment. They're free.
School district construction projects in Pennsylvania that cost more than $25,000 must be paid for at higher wage rates. One politician calls it an example of overspending.
Eighty percent of salt consumed daily by Pennsylvanians is added to food before it ever reaches their plates. Here's how to combat a growing health threat.
The township parks and recreation department will conduct its open-to-the-public annual yard sale Sept. 13 at Limerick Community Park. Vendor spaces are available for reservation.