Safety Archive

Tell PennDOT About Your Priorities For Its Money

Pennsylvania's transportation department is doing long-range planning, both on how and

Pottstown Businesses Launch Saturday Clean-Up Effort

The Pottstown Downtown Improvement District Authority is looking to make the

Township, Ephrata Police Compare K-Mart Burglaries

There are several similarities between the smash-and-grab jewelry burglary that occurred

Alleged Forged Prescription Arrest Made At CVS Store

Police arrested a Pottstown woman at the Lower Pottsgrove pharmacy and

Pair Charged With Drug Sales At Randy Drive Site

Lower Pottsgrove police said they arrested two out-of-state residents for drug

K-Mart Burglar Makes Off With Jewelry Case Contents

A burglar's forced entry early Thursday morning into the Sanatoga K-Mart

With Test Results, Local Police Set Formal Complaint

A Limerick man, arrested after a March 20 auto accident, now

Street Closed For Hours After Tuesday Accident, Arrest

North Charlotte Street in Lower Pottsgrove was closed for several hours

We Got It Wrong: Speed Limit 35, Not 30 On East High

A correction from the managing editor.

Township Speed Limit On East High Slows To 35 MPH

In some places speeds of up to 40 were previously allowed;

‘Medical Emergency’ Stated Cause Of East High Accident

A two-car collision Saturday during mid-morning at the entrance to the

Township Police Investigate Pebble Beach Lane Burglary

A man was reported to have followed a juvenile boy to

Township Gets First Look At Future Rupert Road Bridge

There's no agreement, yet, that Montgomery County and Lower Pottsgrove will

College, Non-Profit Agency Co-Host Substance Abuse Talk

The 70-minute session in Blue Bell, with a simulcast in Pottstown,

Proud Township Police Accept Their Accreditation Early

Lower Pottsgrove didn't expect to accept its police department accreditation from

Police Arrest Township Man For Alleged Shoplifting

Lower Pottsgrove Police reported he was involved in a March 30

Success! Lower Pottsgrove Police Win Accreditation

The months-long process of examination by the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police

River Commission OKs Continued Oxy Water Clean-Up

The Delaware River Basin Commission, which oversees what gets emptied into

Hear A Roar? It’s Motorists, Not March, On Route 422

The month of March did its fair share of roaring. The

Township Police Allege Thefts Occurred At ATMs

Lower Pottsgrove police have charged a Pottstown man with theft-related offenses

High School Speed Limit Sign’s Movement Delayed

A sign that warn drivers of a reduced speed limit on