They aren't specifically saying where or when. What Pennsylvania State Police did announce Friday is that they plan to operate at least one sobriety checkpoint this weekend in Montgomery County.
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.
Reading City police officer Nick Dinnocenti took his oath of office Thursday to become the latest member of the Lower Pottsgrove Police Department. It's a group he knows well from past experience.
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.
State police said Wednesday they continue to investigate a 36-year-old Pottstown man who they alleged drove a vehicle later discovered to be carrying a potential "home-made explosive device."
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.
Pottsgrove schools were prepared to be closed Tuesday as the result of a threat received Monday morning at the high school. They canceled those plans after a suspect from outside the district was apprehended.
Weeks after Tropical Storm Ida flooded portions of Lower Frederick Township, it could receive federal funds to help with costly clean-ups and repairs. Removing debris at Foy Park is an example of the need.