Lower Pottsgrove and Comcast Corp. are ready to extend their long-running cable television franchise agreement for another 10 years. The township earns 5 percent of franchise fee revenues. A Nov. 7 public hearing is scheduled.
Lower Pottsgrove government leaders say they’re pleased to see township police take more action against DUI and aggressive drivers. Traffic violations issued in September were 9 times higher than the same month last year.
A group of about 20 Pottsgrove schools representatives - most of them students but several administrators too - arrived Saturday at Lower Pottsgrove’s Sanatoga Park, ready to work on maintenance tasks.
Contractors were busy assembling components of the Pruss Hill Road replacement bridge Tuesday afternoon. Lower Pottsgrove engineer Jim McCarthy notes its concrete footings have already been poured.
Details of a celebration to honor former Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners' President Bruce Foltz, held Thursday, were kept under wraps for weeks. He was greeted at Sunnybrook Ballroom by an appreciative crowd of family members and officials.
Ofc. Tyler Smith, a U.S. armed services' veteran who has experience with other police departments in Pennsylvania, took his oath of office Thursday as the newest member of the Lower Pottsgrove Police Department.
Forty-seven homes were built in the 1990s along Heather Lane and Bradley Way in Lower Pottsgrove. Owners there told township commissioners they were promised the streets would be repaved 30 years ago, but weren't. They asked Tuesday for action.
You know spring has arrived when the first robin tugs a worm from your lawn. You know fall's here when the leaves turn color. And you know winter is ahead when Lower Pottsgrove commissioners call for snow-plowing quotes.