Among 22 municipalities within The Post's western Montgomery County coverage area, the highest numbers of persons infected by coronavirus as of Saturday were in Upper Providence, 83, and Pottstown, 48.
Think of it as a wailing, ringing community symphony. That's possibly what state Rep. Joe Ciresi envisions Monday night, as he asks the community to show its solidarity for first responders.
As of Saturday, 1,815 county residents had been infected with COVID-19, and of those 68 had died. Among the most recent victims is a 72-year-old Upper Providence Township man.
Pottstown school administrators anticipated the possibility that Pennsylvania would close schools until the end of the academic year. Now they're ready to begin staged remote learning on April 20.
Tower Health on Thursday said it was introducing a virtual health care platform to offer medical advice and assistance for patients online, in an app, or over the phone.
Rather than run in a pack, members of the Healthy Kids Running Series in Boyertown and Pottstown will take to the Internet and trod virtual paths to better living despite the coronavirus outbreak.
Another 110 Montgomery County residents were added Saturday to the ranks of those infected by coronavirus. Several live in local municipalities. Three more deaths from the disease also were reported.
Patient electronic health records from across all Tower Health providers and locations are now also being shared with its Urgent Care sites, as the result of a recently completed installation.