Sanatoga Archive

Family Dollar Proposes Sanatoga Store Construction

It would be built on the currently vacant lot at the

You’ll Soon Slow Down On Armand Hammer Boulevard

PennDOT has approved Lower Pottsgrove's request to reduce the speed limit

Maybe Band Should Have Played ‘Stormy Weather’

Stormy weather in Sanatoga proved to be too much of an

Representative Plans Twin Public Budget Meetings

Now that the state budget is approved, Lower Pottsgrove's representative wants

County Helps Police Meet Laptop Software Needs

Lower Pottsgrove police faced the same problem during April that millions

No Tickets Needed! Enjoy Army Band Wednesday

The U.S. Army Reserve's 78th Army Band, based at Fort Dix

Improvements At Armand Hammer Light Help Traffic

It's now easier for trucks to exit the Tri-County Commerce Park

Police Arrest 3 At Redner’s; One Charged With Theft

An alleged retail thief who tried to leave the store with

On 2 Nights In Township, Across 5 Streets, 7 Thefts

Items stolen from vehicles parked overnight Wednesday and Thursday in different

Detectives Investigating Attempted Purse Robbery

Lower Pottsgrove detectives continue to investigate a June incident in which

Straight From The Owners: Thriftway Remains Open

A sign posted in the window of the Sanatoga Thriftway settles

It’s A Short List For 2014 Township Road Paving

Lower Pottsgrove will use $186,232 in liquid fuels tax revenue to

Litigation, Personnel, Property Reviewed Privately

A 45-minute executive session was conducted by Lower Pottsgrove commissioners ahead

Township Board Supports Local Police Radar Use

Lower Pottsgrove commissioners last week voted unanimously to support state legislation

PennDOT’s Green Tows Now A Regular Sight On 422

The state transportation department's bright green tow trucks are helping to

Sanatoga Firm Wins An $18 Million Lawsuit Award

Benjamin Mayerson, whose office is on Sunnybrook Road, was the lead

This Month In Sanatoga, Step Up And See The Show

The Lewis and Clark Circus is making its way back to

Put Your Talents To Work; Township Needs A Volunteer

Lower Pottsgrove commissioners must appoint a new member to the township

Local Police Win More Funds Against Aggressive Drivers

The money, which covers Lower Pottsgrove police overtime in ticketing speeders,

Vendor Fair Says ‘Thanks’ To Sanatoga Workers

An outdoor event that features more than 30 vendors of goods

In 51 Years, Sanatogan Did It All At Firestone Store

Sanatoga resident Lew Babel, who remains as Lower Pottsgrove fire marshal,

Grand Opening Launches Rothman Limerick Hospital

The company that specializes in orthopaedic and musculoskeletal medical care has

Part-Timers Unlikely As Township Police Force Grows

Hiring part-time police officers may be worthwhile in some townships, but

We’ve Got Company: Reading Paper Covers Township

Reading (PA) Eagle newspaper reporter Paige Cooperstein introduced herself Monday to