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.
Pottstown residents can make a difference in the future of crime-fighting, with an easy-to-offer online donation to support the program that's installing video cameras along borough streets.
A free and publicly open "Picnic With Police" is anticipated to consist of two hours of food, fun, and casual conversations so borough residents can better know the police department.
Pottstown and Lower Pottsgrove police, and the Montgomery County district attorney, followed up a June drug crack-down Monday with more criminal complaints intended to stop a trafficking operation.
Montgomery County law enforcement officials will conduct a firearms safety and awareness class Sept. 30 in Pottstown. It's free and open to the public, and online registration is available now.
The borough police department, as it has in previous years, will participate in the county-wide Drug Take-Back Day. Get rid of unused and unwanted medications conveniently!
Montgomery County's district attorney has cash that was seized last September in Pottstown, presumably by law enforcers. If it's yours, file a claim by May 9 to get it back.
Lawyer Kathleen Mclaughlin was commended Thursday by the county district attorney for her work in a Pottstown man's prosecution.