Two women, one from Spring City and the other from Royersford, were arrested Monday by Lower Pottsgrove police who received a report from witnesses claiming they saw a retail theft occur.
Counselors were available Monday at two school buildings following the accidental death Friday night of Michael Finnegan, a Western Montgomery Career and Technical Center 11th grader, whose bicycle struck a car.
Philadelphia Freedom Valley YMCA branches in Pottstown, Royersford, Boyertown, New Hanover, and Phoenixville are extending their help to families of deployed members of the U.S. armed services.
During the nuclear generator's scheduled outage, Exelon Corp. workers replaced one of its low-pressure turbine blades. The unit had been off-line since April 23, but is now at full power.
Pennsylvania state senators say they think THIS is the year to get rid of property taxes in Pennsylvania that fund school district budgets. Their alternative: sales and income tax hikes.
A new report indicates there seems to be little connection between graduation rates and the amount of money spent per pupil by Pennsylvania and neighboring states, The Pennsylvania Independent says.
He got his start in his hometown of Harrisburg, and has since traveled the world doing stand-up shows for U.S. Army troops. Now Dave Goldstein is bringing his comic talent to Sanatoga.
It's surely not your typical dance routine. The audience actually moves with the dancers this Thursday through Saturday during 7:30 p.m. shows at the campus in Collegeville.
Frederick M. "Fred" Zlomek, 87 - a loving husband, caring father, family man, and nationally recognized master salesman - died Thursday in Syracuse NY. He was the father of Limerick Post managing editor Joe Zlomek.
Dozens of employers have already confirmed they'll be looking to interview qualified workers Wednesday in King of Prussia at the 7th annual Montgomery County Job Fair.
Their conversations in the Berman Museum at Ursinus College in Collegeville will cover the role and perception images play in daily life.
"Health And Wellness," a series of 17-minute web video programs on local hospitals, physicians and health, begins airing later this month. Its host is a Collegeville resident.
More than a dozen Collegeville area restaurants are offering dinner bargains to coincide with the staging of "Wonderful Town" from Wednesday through Sunday at the college campus.