It appears Lower Pottsgrove potentially has something to gain and little to lose by agreeing to join in an opioid drugs lawsuit settlement between 10 states, including PA, and national pharmaceutical companies.
Visitors, vendors, performers of all kinds, and community resource providers will unite Saturday to observe the local and national Week Without Violence, hosted by the YWCA Tri-County Area.
Got problems with spotted lanternfly devastation? You're not alone. Better yet, help's available in a new management guide for PennState Extension, offered locally by the Lower Frederick Environmental Advisory Council.
Having already made an offer of employment, Lower Pottsgrove commissioners are scheduled Thursday night to consider approval of an employment agreement for the township's new police chief. He is expected to take his oath of office Nov. 4.
Lower Pottsgrove Planning Commission members Monday got an advanced look at, but took no action on, a proposal by JT's Wheels and Deals Auto Sales to enlarge its vehicle lot on North Charlotte Street.
The proposed Redner's fueling station at North Charlotte and Mervine streets in Lower Pottsgrove is moving quickly through township approvals. It earned Planning Commission recommendations Monday.
Maybe there's $200,000 sitting in your wallet, or in that bowl in your kitchen, that you just haven't recognized yet. Got a Cash 5 with Quick Cash ticket hanging around? Check the date, check the numbers.
Imagine the surprise experienced by workers at a Pennsburg area auto yard. They discovered a handgun in a car involved in an accident and later towed to their business. It's been given to state police.