Police officers in military gear return Wednesday to the area of Swamp Pike and North Charlotte Street, as the Western Montgomery County SWAT team conducts training exercises there for a second consecutive week.
Drivers and residents around Swamp Pike and North Charlotte Street in New Hanover could see police officers in military gear sometime Wednesday. Western Montgomery County's SWAT team will conduct training exercises there.
A PennDOT contractor will grind away the road surface during overnight periods next week on a portion of Route 663 between Hill and Knight roads.
Ten western Montgomery County police departments are participating in Saturday's drug take-back program, during which area residents can safely dispose of unwanted or expired medicines. There are plenty of local drop-off spots.
A portion of liquor license fees collected during the past five months from businesses selling alcohol in Pottstown and New Hanover, and elsewhere, were distributed Monday to the municipalities.
Pottstown and New Hanover Township police this week displayed tables filled with drugs, weapons and cash seized after warrants were served at four homes in the borough. Four people were arrested as well.
When New Hanover residents are done celebrating the holidays, and have no further use for their Christmas tree, they can recycle it at three different township drop-off points.
New Hanover Township police are looking for public help to lead them to vandals who late last week damaged property on Willow Brook Lane and elsewhere with gold spray paint.