In Other News

Revamped Spring-Ford Memorial Arboretum to be rededicated over homecoming weekend

By Christine Mawhinney Lark For 21st Century Media |

Democrats howl over Phoenixville ward change

PHOENIXVILLE — Democrats in the Phoenixville area are crying foul over recent changes to the voting map for the 157th Legislative District, which this fall is featuring a highly competitive race for the seat in Harrisburg. ...

By Michael P. Rellahan |


  • General news

    Hiker rescued from slope in Lower Perkiomen Valley Park

    Lower Providence — A man was rescued by first responders after being caught in a precarious position on an incline in Lower Perkiomen Valley Park near Egypt Road and Casselberry Drive Monday afternoon.


  • Business

    Limerick Golf Club’s new owners are making changes to the name, menu and course

    Limerick — If you haven’t visited Limerick’s public golf course recently, new owners Brian and Jean Lutz invite you to come out to experience the change that is taking place at the Lewis Road golf, restaurant and banquet facility. The couple took over operations of the golf club on June 1.

    By Donna Rovins |

  • Business

    Longtime local restauranteur is back with Chow Bistro

    COLLEGEVILLE — It certainly seemed as if fate was hungering for Guy Clauson to become part of Collegeville’s newly vibrant culinary scene.

    By Gary Puleo |

  • Visual arts

    ‘Good Neighbors’ coming to the Berman Museum at Ursinus College

    COLLEGEVILLE — “Good Neighbors,” opening at the Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art Oct. 14, finds its starting point in the many possible notions of home and community, such as memories of a particular place or object, gatherings of like-minded individuals, or the unexpected juxtapositions that come from living in close proximity. But while the art on view touches on themes of family, intimacy, nostalgia, and domesticity, at its core the project is about the common ground between...

    Courtesy of Ursinus College |

  • Crime

    Royersford man charged after resisting arrest

    Royersford — A borough man has been charged following a reported domestic disturbance on North 6th Avenue.

    By Marian Dennis |

  • General news

    Castor calls for 911 funding reform

    NORRISTOWN — Montgomery County Commissioner Bruce L. Castor is calling for reform of the fee-based system that funds 911 operations, saying the current system imposes a burden on the county’s taxpayers.

    By Dan Clark |

  • General news

    Royersford man arrested for threatening police

    Royersford — A 25-year-old borough man was arrested for threatening police among other offenses when they responded to the call of a domestic disturbance at his home.

    By Frank Otto |

  • Crime

    Phoenixville man faces assault charges for alleged Pottstown strangling

    Pottstown — A Phoenixville man faces charges following an alleged strangling incident.

    By Marian Dennis |

  • General news

    Mont Clare man charged with assault after argument over umbrella

    UPPER PROVIDENCE — A Mont Clare man has been charged with assault following an argument with a neighbor.

    By Marian Dennis |

  • Food and drink

    ABC to XYZ in Foods: Oodles of udon noodles

    UNSWEETENED CHOCOLATE — Is also called bitter, baking or cooking chocolate.

    By Bette Banjack For 21st Century Media |

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