The need for assistance may never be greater than what some local families face now and in the months ahead, so Lower Pottsgrove's police department has started its Thanksgiving food drive.
Lower Pottsgrove police on Sunday had to chase after the same suspect not once but twice in a case of alleged retail theft. They nabbed the man, a Linfield resident, on the second try.
An alleged robber of Redner's Warehouse Market on North Charlotte Street was caught Wednesday night by Lower Pottsgrove police after a brief chase. A store manager was said to have been assaulted.
He was arrested Friday afternoon by Lower Pottsgrove police following an investigation. Officers claimed he was found "passed out" in a vehicle, and allegedly in possession of a controlled substance.
Lower Pottsgrove police arrested a township resident Friday night after they alleged he was driving under the influence. He later allegedly attempted, but failed, to escape police custody in Pottstown.
Rupert Road is one of four in Lower Pottsgrove where traffic speeds are rising, particularly among commuters hurrying to enter or exit at U.S. Route 422. Slow down; consequences ahead.
Dogs, cats, even parakeets. When it comes to animal problems in Lower Pottsgrove, call the police department, and it calls the animal control officers. They had a somewhat busy August.
Lower Pottsgrove police have warrants in hand for the arrest of Fleetwood PA and Pottstown residents, respectively, for alleged offenses in separate and unrelated cases. Can you help find them?